TCRP - Episode 69 - Healing Dis-Ease: A Holistic Approach with Lindsay Tuttle NP

1 year ago

In this week's episode we sit down with Family Nurse Practitioner, Lindsay Tuttle. Lindsay walks us through her journey of discovering there was much more to healing than her medical training provided. She talks about how she felt compelled to expand her understanding of the body's healing process from a mind-body-spirit holistic approach. Today she applies what she learned through her own healing in her healing practice. We discussed her own battles with emotional trauma "dis-ease" as well as strategies to re-train your thought patterns and take your healing journey to a new level.

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Lindsay's Bio

Lindsay is a mama, family nurse practitioner, homesteader holistic living advocate living in north Idaho! She believes we were created to not just be well....but to THRIVE. She has over 15 years experience working in the health and wellness industry and even better? She has FIRST HAND experience having gone through almost every symptom in the book and this much she knows: you CAN heal yourself. You CAN heal the very things you have been told are “chronic” and can’t be healed. She acts as a guide to help you discover your own inner healer and intuition, while helping to establish a container to achieve lifelong wellness, peace, and abundance. She is certified in the following:

-Family Nurse Practitioner
-Mind Body Spirit Release Practitioner
-Reiki Practitioner
-EFT Tapping Practitioner

Lindsay also has extensive experience working as a coach and motivational speaker, so she knows how important mindset plays into achieving our optimal health and abundance! She's super passionate about womens’ health, kids’ health, pregnancy, birth and postpartum, as well as helping women become the best version of themselves.

Resources from this episode...

Lindsay's Website:

Lindsay on Instagram: @lindsaytuttlenp.wellness

Some books mentioned in the interview...

You Can Heal Your Body by Louise Hay:

Metaphysical Anatomy by Evette Rose:

The Emotion Code by Dr. Bradley Nelson:

How To Heal Yourself When No One Else Can by Amy Scher:

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