|Holistic health at Essence of Grace posted on 01/01/2019|
Sharon Salzmann had been working in the healing arts for
over a decade when, through a personal attempt to resolve chronic health
issues, she discovered the neuromodulation technique (NMT), a form of
“informational medicine” that works to identify and correct the informational
source of illness that causes an internal interruption of the body’s healing
“It (NMT) was so much quicker and delivered the results I
needed,” Salzmann said, “I just have never turned back.”
Essence of Grace is her new alternative health practice
located at 24403 E. Welches Road, Suite 105, Welches. There, Salzmann focuses
on addressing health issues such as allergies, auto-immune conditions and
chronic pain, as well as negative behavioral or life patterns through NMT.
Salzmann is a native Oregonian who attended Sandy High
School and has lived in the Mount Hood area for the past three years. She
discovered NMT while living in Hermiston where she was working as a
practitioner of quantum biofeedback therapy, a device-based energy balancing
treatment for imbalances of the body, mind and spirit.
In 2015 she completed all three levels of training available
in NMT, which was developed in 2002 by Dr. Leslie Feinberg in Hermiston. The
Feinberg method utilizes muscle response testing, a structured physical
evaluation to determine the source of an ailment across an array of physical,
mental and spiritual issues.
NMT works to identify negative health impacts such as
trauma, toxins, infection and stressors including emotional, physical, chemical,
malnutrition and other challenges. NMT practitioners include nutritional
support, diet and exercise as part of a comprehensive treatment plan that
focuses on achieving a mind-body balance and promote healing.
Salzmann began her practice after completing the training
and opened her office April 1, 2018. She hopes to be a resource for people in
the Mount Hood area and a complement to the array of alternative healing
methods already available in the community.
“I think NMT can benefit anyone. Just a few sessions can
help you move in a positive direction in health, career, a relationship or life
in general,” Salzmann said, describing the technique as very efficient and
providing quick results.
Salzmann is also a certified spiritual healing coach. She stated
she does not take a denominational approach and focuses on how health is
impacted by the balance of the physical, mental and spiritual aspects of a
Sessions are available by appointment. A typical session is
one hour and is $80 per session. Salzmann stated she does work on a sliding
scale and will provide services at a lower rate to customers with health
concerns and limited resources.
“I have a passion for helping people be in life, in
happiness,” she said.
Salzmann also offers Skype sessions for those unable to
travel to her office and plans to begin offering a group-based personal growth
session in January 2019.
Appointments can be made by phone or email.
Essence of Grace and Sharon Salzmann can be contacted by
phone at 503-319-3171 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
More information about Salzmann is available at
essenceofgrace.net and additional information about NMT can be found at www.nmt.md.
By Benjamin Simpson/MT