Natalie Voelker

Ethics Instructor

Before graduating from the New Mexico School of Natural Therapeutics in 2006, Natalie earned a BFA in Painting from the University of Wisconsin Milwaukee, taught in an alternative high school program, and worked as a Substance Abuse and Violence Prevention Specialist on the Laguna Pueblo Reservation. After earning her Natural Therapeutic Specialist designation, she established a therapeutic massage practice that emphasized the unique blending of modalities and compassionate response to clients’ needs that NMSNT graduates are famous for. She later closed her practice to travel to West Africa where she spent 6 months training rural villagers in preventative health care. Having worked with people from all over the world, she especially enjoys the unique perspectives and individuality each student brings to their education and therapeutic treatments.

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