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Susan Kimmel, H.C. is a Board Certified Holistic Health Practitioner, Toxic-Free Living Specialist.Susan has over 25 years of corporate and non-profit HR training and development experience and was an adjunct faculty member at Concordia University teaching in their accelerated degree program. She has an extensive background in development and delivery of training programs, small and large group facilitation, individual and group coaching, and public speaking. Susan works with businesses, educators, churches and community groups who believe that investing in the health and wellness of their employees, customers, students, and members, is a key component to their success, “When you invest in the health of your people, EVERYONE WINS!”
Susan’s passion for health and wellness began after losing her sister to cancer 15+ years ago. That started a 12 year journey that changed her life dramatically and eventually led her back to school at the age of 57 to pursue a career in Holistic Health and Nutrition. She is a graduate of the Institute for Integrative Nutrition with CEUs from the State University of New York, is Board Certified through the American Association of Drugless Practitioners, is a member of the International Association of Health Coaches, completed other college courses in Integrative Health and Healing, has over 120 combined college credits from multiple educational institutions, and is actively involved in numerous community, national and international organizations.
She lives in Ham Lake with her husband Jim and their cat Snickers. She enjoys camping, biking, hiking, golfing, gardening, and quilting, but her greatest joy is spending time with her family, especially her 7 adorable, energetic and fun grandchildren!
Susan is passionate about helping people add more years to their life, but more importantly, more life to their years! She believes health and beauty begin on the inside…“We ARE What We Eat” however, it’s not just about the food we put in our mouth. Her deep desire is to plant seeds of HOPE in a world that is broken – physically, emotionally and spiritually. Susan’s Motto: Seek “HEALTH”…find happiness!
May is Mental Health Month and this year the Mental Health America organization is focusing on habits and behaviors that increase the risk of developing or exacerbating mental illness.1 Along with working with your primary care provider, developing healthier nutrition habits can positively…view full article
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