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Sue

Chief Executive Officer

Sue collaborates with healthcare leaders to advance Progressive Health's mission. Previously, she was Director of Development for the Colorado Neurological Institute (CNI) and consulted HealthONE’s Swedish Medical Center. Her industry experience includes fundraising, public speaking, and consulting to Yampa Valley Medical Center, Health Magazine, Vail Associates, and Arizona Heart. Sue graduated from the University of Denver and studied entrepreneurship at CU.

Kim, NBC-HWC, MNT, E-RYT 200

Integrative Care Director, Integrative Health Coach

In her role as Integrative Care Director, Kim administers on-site integrative wellness programs and services for employees. Her studies at Duke University and with Amit Sood, M.D., Mayo Clinic have given her the tools to become a Nationally Board Certified Health and Wellness Coach, and offer evidence based techniques and behavioral change for nutrition, sleep, stress, mindset, environment, and sustainable lifestyles.

Robyn

Employee Wellness Health Coach

Robyn has been a wellness advocate for much of her life. She obtained a Master's of Arts in Teaching from the University of Pittsburgh (2015) and has worked as a middle school teacher within Denver Public Schools for the past six years. She then obtained a B.S. in Lifestyle Medicine from Metropolitan State University (2020) and became a health teacher as well as a health coach. As a health and wellness professional, Robyn hopes she can inspire others to establish a mind-body connection in order to ultimately lower stress, regulate emotions, and be more kind.

Jennifer, CPhT

Aromatherapist, Integrative Health Administrator

Jennifer is a certified aromatherapist, Reiki Master, and pharmacy technician with an emphasis in holistic health. As Progressive Health's Integrative Health Administrator, Jennifer coordinates resilience programs and services. She brings her knowledge of aromatherapy, plant essences, and pharmacy to create unique phyto-essence options and essential holistic therapy. Jennifer is a professional member of NAHA, National Association for Holistic Aromatherapy and an enthusiastic educator who teaches various classes and workshops.

Leslie, R.N., NBC-HWC

Integrative Health Coach

I have blended my experience in performance and facilitating multi-cultural experiential learning with my nursing and health coaching education to allow me to partner with and empower individuals to enhance their overall wellbeing. My studies with Dr. Andrew Weil at The Center for Integrative Medicine, and Dr. Sood's Stress Management and Resiliency Training has given me helpful tools that allow discovery of purpose and meaning as the foundation of health, and evidenced based techniques and resources to truly create transformation in multiple areas of one's life. We are dynamic and complex individuals, and thus my approach to wellness comes from multiple angles including nutrition, sleep, stress, mindset, environment and so much more.

Bijan, NBC-HWC

Integrative Health Coach

Bijan is dedicated to impacting people on a level that can potentially venture deeper than sports. In his practice, he always encourages starting with the “why” in order to obtain a stronger understanding of our values and the actions we take. Coaching tennis taught how to use a variety of approaches and foster an adaptive teaching style; these same methods can be applied to health coaching. Education: University of Colorado, Bachelor of Science, integrative Physiology. Red Rocks Community College, Associate of Applied Sciences, Integrative Health. Red Rocks Community College, Certificate in Wellness Coaching and Certificate in Integrative Health Professions. Duke School of Integrative Medicine, Certified Integrative Health Coach.

Practitioners

Robin

L.A.c., Master of Acupuncture and Chinese Herbal Medicine, Dipl. Ac.

Robin is a licensed and board-certified acupuncturist. She is trained as a generalist and specializes in pain management and stress relief utilizing a combination of modern acupuncture techniques and traditional Chinese medicine. Common conditions that she treats include pain, stress, anxiety, headaches, digestive discomfort, insomnia, menstrual irregularities, and more. Robin is the proud owner of her Longmont-based practice High Point Acupuncture, and is thrilled to be at Progressive Health treating those who spend their days helping others.

Liisa, LMT-BCTMB, CLT

Licensed Massage Therapist

Liisa is a Wisconsin native and a 1985 alumni of the New Mexico School of Natural Therapeutics. She has her BA from Metro State in Physical Education - emphasis in Adult Fitness and Exercise Science. A long time member of the AMTA, she also holds her Board Certification with the NCTMB. She has held various jobs with many medical offices through the years and was given the opportunity to obtain her certificate as a Lymphedema Therapist through Klose Training. Her hope is to stimulate a healing process and bring balance and awareness of self care to people's lives.

Gabriel

Licensed Massage Therapist

Kerri

Licensed Massage Therapist

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