South Boulder Healing Center is fortunate to share office space with exceptional practitioners in complementary fields. This gives our patients the convenience of total body health in one location.
Dr. Natalie J. Engelbart
Dr. Engelbart is a Doctor of Chiropractic with a Bachelor of Science in Human Biology, Board Certifications in Neurology and three highly accredited, multi-disciplinary Fellowships in Functional Medicine through the American College of Functional Neurology. She recently moved to Colorado after being in private practice in the Dallas, Texas area for 15 years. She has studied and trained in Amsterdam, Paris, Norway and the United States.
Her specialty is in developing customized treatment plans for patients with conditions such as: anxiety, insomnia, fatigue, depression pain disorders, migraines, and endocrine disorders (thyroid, adrenal), and hormonal imbalances.
Her passion is to help all patients proactively improve their brain function to enjoy enhanced memory, energy, motivation, libido, restful sleep, athletic enhancement (optimized oxygenation, fuel delivery, decreased injury recovery time, and neurological activation), as well as prevention of dementia and age-related brain disorders.
Dr. Engelbart takes a holistic approach to neurology and to health. She relies heavily on scientific diagnostics and lab work to find the underlying causes of problems. She uses this information to customize treatment plans for each individual patient with attainable goals and re-evaluations to help her patients achieve results. Her preference is to treat without the use of medications or invasive means, and she enjoys co-treating with other physicians for the maximum benefit of her patients.
Dr. Engelbart is excited to join the team at South Boulder Chiropractic, beginning January 2014! Visit her website at Your Top Life, and call her today to set up a one-on-one consultation: 972-816-1410.
Suzanne Forrester’s, M.A., LPCC, EMDRII, PACT Level-Two Clinician
Suzanne has 20 years of experience serving adolescents, young adults and families as a therapist, university and high school teacher, therapeutic program director and wilderness therapist.
She currently offers individual, couple and family therapy. Her family and couple work is inspired by her PACT training, which stands for a psychobiological approach to couple therapy. She specializes in the resolution of trauma in the individual and family system, and utilizes EMDR therapy and the practice of mindfulness to help people live lives of purpose and meaning.
Suzanne currently teaches in the Wilderness Therapy Department in the graduate psychology program at Naropa University. She is the founding director of The Horse+Human Project and offers wilderness and equine-facilitated psychotherapy, including individualized retreats on a local farm.
Erin Livers, Nutrition Therapist
Erin Livers, ICNT is a multi-faceted nutrition therapist and health educator. In private sessions, she teaches individuals how to nourish themselves with food and nurture themselves in all aspects of their life. Her guiding principle is to use food as medicine, while incorporating herbal medicine, dietary supplements and other holistic practices as needed to restore her clients’ health and vitality. These include guided imagery, belief work and intuitive counseling. A comprehensive understanding of each person allows her to create customized recommendations to achieve long-lasting benefits.
She teaches classes and workshops, and speaks around the country on a variety of health-related subjects. She is the staff nutritionist at Roots & Branches Integrative Healthcare where she has her office and The Thayer Group for Women’s Care. She is an administrator and faculty member at Bauman College, a school for holistic nutrition and culinary arts in Boulder, Colorado, where she resides.
Erin graduated with a BA in Journalism & Fine Arts from Indiana University, after which she maintained a successful graphic design career for 15 years. In 2000, she followed her passion in health to the Seven Bowls School of Nutrition, Nourishment and Healing, a 3-year, master’s level program in nutrition, herbal-ism, and complementary medicine. Since graduating, she has taught nutrition at a variety of schools in the Boulder-Denver area in addition to maintaining a nutrition therapy practice.
She cooks delicious meals and frequently creates recipes from food grown in her organic garden.
Ines Manteuffel, CMT, BCST, RPP
Ines is a certified massage therapist and a registered craniosacral therapist. In addition she has extensive training in Polarity therapy (energetic bodywork), trauma resolution and Hakomi therapy (body-centered psychotherapy) and is certified in prenatal/labor support/postpartum massage.She has been in practice for over 15 years.
A major focus of her practice is supporting women during pregnancy and the postpartum time and to help the baby after the birth through craniosacral therapy.
Other strengths are stress reduction and deep relaxation, trauma recovery (car accidents, surgery, injuries and others), structural issues, energetic bodywork, emotional processing and connecting more deeply to the body.
Ines also teaches prenatal and beginning yoga throughout the Boulder area.
During her free time she enjoys being with her family and friends, being in nature and deepening her yoga practice.
To schedule with Ines, please visit RenewalHealingArts.com call 303-746-4626.
Dr. Katie Reinholtz – Nutritionist
Katie developed a strong interest in Natural Medicine as an undergraduate student studying Psychology and Chemistry at Virginia Tech. She went on to attend and graduate from Naturopathic Medical school at the National College of Natural Medicine in Portland, Oregon.
Katie’s interests and training include women’s health, holistic endocrinology, herbal medicine, and nutrition. She is passionate about providing good integrative healthcare and looks forward to helping clients discover food as medicine.
Christina A. Turco, LMT
Christina graduated from the Massage Therapy Institute of Colorado, and is a Licensed Massage Therapist. She focuses on an integration of traditional therapeutic massage, energy work, aromatherapy, gemstone and crystal healing, and sound healing. She strongly believes that the gift of healing is innately within each of us. Her goal is to listen, and incorporate her knowledge, experience, and intuition into each session, thereby providing a nurturing and supportive space for her client’s own healing journey.
Christina is married with a blended family of five children. She is passionate about dancing, and has taught in many studios around Boulder. She also loves to hike in the mountains with her husband and kids.
To schedule an appointment with Christina, please call 720-256-6708, or, visit her website to schedule online: http://www.handsoftheheart.org