Bhanu Harrison

Instructor of Ethics & Emotional Support Skills, Gender Issues

I attended NMSNT in 1984, looking for a career in holistic health and found the school to be in alignment with my personal and professional values.  I practiced massage and energetic therapies from 1984 through 1995 when I started a family.  However, my connection with the school has continued to this day.

I began teaching at NMSNT in the fall of 1985 and now a quarter of a century later,  continue to enjoy the dynamic environment of the school. I have taught physiology, polarity therapy, professional business practices, ethics, emotional support skills, trauma physiology and women’s issues in my tenure at the school.

My current practice is body-oriented psychotherapy with a focus on trauma resolution.  As a clinical social worker and my years of knowledge of the body through massage and natural therapeutics, I am able to guide my clients in the physiologic discharge of trauma energy and the restoration of healthier nervous system regulation.

Education at NMSNT can lead to many career paths in addition to a personal lifestyle of balance and health.

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