Nurses for Natural Health
 
 

our mission:

Educate

…Nurses in the latest in natural and integrative medicine

 

We offer Nurses the latest in research founded integrative medicine courses, trainings and one-on-one coaching.

 

Our Mission

Nurses are at the heart of healthcare. Our mission is simple: to serve Nurses by helping them bridge the gap between conventional and integrative medicine, empower as healers and encourage in self care.

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Our Programs

Our programs and courses cover multiple topics such as herbal medicine, nutrition, aromatherapy, holistic pain management and yoga. In addition to our courses, we offer wellness days, events and retreats all geared towards preventing burnout and helping nurses gain optimal health and wellness.

 

Educate

learn about our courses

From herbs to yoga, we offer Nurses the latest in integrative medicine. Select courses offer continuing education for holistic nurses through the American Holistic Nursing Association (AHNA).

Empower

learn about our coaching programs

If you're a nurse looking to move into the holistic field and are unsure of your next step, our coaching and entrepreneurship programs can help empower you to take the next step in your career.

Encourage in self-care

learn about our events

Burnout is an epidemic in the nursing field. From wellness days to retreats, our events are geared towards helping Nurses prevent and recover from Burnout.

Florence Nightingale

“It is often thought that medicine is the curative process. It is no such thing; medicine is the surgery of functions, as surgery proper is that of limbs and organs. Neither can do anything but remove obstructions; neither can cure; nature alone cures. Surgery removes the bullet out of the limb, which is an obstruction to cure, but nature heals the wound. So it is with medicine; the function of an organ becomes obstructed; medicine so far as we know, assists nature to remove the obstruction, but does nothing more. And what nursing has to do in either case, is to put the patient in the best condition for nature to act upon him.”

Notes on Nursing: What it is, What It Is Not