Other Practitioners

Other Practitioners


Rebecca Reverie: Certified Thermography Technician

Rebecca ReverieAlthough I was unaware at the time, my career change and passion for Breast Thermography began in 2010 when my mother was diagnosed with breast cancer. My mother’s passion for natural healing lead her to Thermography as a safe alternative to mammograms. In our search for this noninvasive, radiation free and compression free breast scan we became aware that availability was limited and there was a need for this service. In August of 2014 my mother and I became Certified Thermography Technicians. Once certified I began and built a reputable business in Eastern PA. I have recently moved to Canaan, NH and I am offering Breast Thermography in the Upper Valley. I believe that knowledge is power. I provide women with valuable information about their breast health only available through thermography.

What is Thermography?
Thermography is a radiation free, state-of-the-art screening procedure that uses heat detection to locate areas of temperature differences in the body. Taking your temperature has always been a primary way to access illness. Thermography shows areas that need further evaluation or re-testing in a suggested period of time. It has no risks and can be used for all breast types.

Most pathological processes demonstrate a form of increased heat, and some neurological processes show excessive cold. Breast disease can be detected by looking for areas of excessive or increasing heat that may indicate areas of angiogenesis or increase of blood vessels supplied be a growing tumor.

Thermography was cleared by the FDA in 1982 as an adjunctive procedure for breast screening. For several years Medicare paid for this screening until the radiology lobbyists in Washington were directed to lobby against Thermography as radiologists felt this radiation-free procedure would be used as a substitute for mammography.

There are over 800 published studies in peer-reviewed journals about thermography of the breast alone. A 2008 study at the New York Presbyterian Hospital in Cornell was published in the American Journal of Surgery showing a 97% sensitivity, meaning that only 3% of breast pathologies found by other means did not show up on a thermo scan.
University of Wisconsin study shows 70% of tumors can be identified on a thermogram 8-10 years prior to a mammogram. A tumor found this early allows the person to make lifestyle changes, have a repeat scan in a few months and compare the scans for changes. This early notification may avoid a major health crisis.

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Nan Kenney:

Nan KenneyNan Kenney CBT, is a Certified Biofeedback Technician, Life Coach, Reiki Practitioner, and Reconnective Healer. She’s also received intensive training in Acute and First Aid Homeopathy at Teleosis Homeopathic Collaborative, Boston, Ma. Nan has been a practitioner at Massage Adagio for over five years.
Biofeedback is a system that greatly reduces physical, mental and emotional stress allowing the body to better heal itself. The biofeedback experience is very relaxing, with clients enjoying a greater sense of wellbeing and generally having more energy as a result.
Many clients report benefits such as reduced anxiety, fewer feelings of depression, reduction of stress, pain, hypertension, ability to fall asleep well and to stay asleep, heightened muscle mobility, enhanced mental clarity and deeper concentration.

Biofeedback is helpful for those who wish to stop smoking or lose weight, as well as for individuals with stress related to Lyme Disease, hormonal problems, pain management, sports performance, ADD and ADHD, anxiety, depression and many more.

Nan received her biofeedback training at Quantum Academy in Redondo Beach, California in 2009/2010.
She received her Reconnective Healing training with Dr. Eric Pearl in Tucson, Arizona in 2008.
She took her training as a Life Coach with CoachU, and practiced coaching in London and the Southeast of England for six years, before returning to Vermont in 2002. Her coaching work has been featured in The Times of London, 2000.

For further information regarding Nan’s work and for more information on what she offers, please call: 802-592-3134.
Or email: njki15@yahoo.com



Richard Crandall:

Richard CrandallRichard practices the ‘Sills’ method of Craniosacral Therapy and has received advanced training from Franklyn Sills and Roger Gilchrist. Cranial therapy is very gentle, safe and effective. The contact is very subtle yet profound and can address problems with nerve function, entrapment, sciatica, emotional imbalance, traumatic stress and spiritual distress. Richard also offers Polarity bodywork, Acupressure, meditation for stress reduction and Polarity counseling.

Richard has practiced bodywork since 1992 and has also been practicing Counseling since 1988. He is trained in Mental Health and Addictions and is licensed to practice in the state of Vermont.

Richard is currently available at Massage Adagio on Mondays from 7:30 am to 6:30 pm.
He can be reached at 802-674-6661 or email Longtide33@Comcast.net or on the web at www.AwakeningsHolistic.com