Today’s guests on Healing or Whoo Whoo, hosted by Mark Bishop
Biofeedback Therapist and Metaphysician
Anna Marie Blessing, CNC, B.Msc is the founder of Tucson Biofeedback and an Ordained Minister where she facilitates both healing and transformation in people’s lives both locally and around the world through her local and remote clinic.
Anna once suffered from the dreadful conditions of chronic fatigue and fibromyalgia. Embarking upon a journey to heal herself this journey turned into a Life’s Mission to help others do the same. She has over 10,000 hours of specialty training and is currently finishing her doctorate.
Anna grew up in Mukilteo, WA a quaint city about 20 minutes north of Seattle. She was homeschooled, both completing high school and beginning college at 16. Anna always had a hunger for knowledge, growth and to make a difference in her own life and the lives of others. This desire to not only see a different possibility but to live it took her and her husband of 10 years on what is best deemed “the alchemist’s journey”. They opened clinics in Seattle, LA, and New England and always had the entrepreneur spirit.
This journey ultimately led them to plant their roots here in Tucson. “The 1st weekend we came out here, we just knew this was home. And for the 1st time, we were ready to take a break from our adventurous lifestyle and dig our roots into this city”.
People who are seeking out true and lasting change and who have exhausted all healing options are the ones who enter her doors one way and leave forever transformed.
Marva Harvey has a BA degree in mathematics from Wayne State University but has spent a large part of her adult life studying nutrition, health & wellness. She studied under John Thie DC in Pasadena, CA and received her certification in Touch for Health. She is currently passionate about low-level light therapy, referred to in scientific circles as Photobiomodulation. She has recently acquired a space at Felisha’s, 3101 N Swan Rd, Tucson, AZ to educate and allow people to experience light therapy.
James E Harvey has a Ph.D. in Optical Sciences from University of Arizona and is a retired professor of Optics and Photonics from the Center for Research and Education in Optics and Lasers (CREOL) at the University of Central Florida. He is currently working for Photon Engineering, LLC in Tucson, AZ, presenting technical papers at conferences on space optics, and writing a textbook.
Wise Owl Wellness
Kristy Harvey is the owner of Wise Owl Wellness. She has over 11 years of experience as a movement educator, writer, and public speaker on topics of mindfulness, work-life balance, and living vibrantly. She is a Licensed Brown Belt Nia Instructor, an E-RYT Yoga Instructor and Yoga Teacher Trainer. Her book, Mindfulness On the Move, offers suggestions on how to find stillness through movement.
Kristy moved to Tucson in 2013, from her hometown of Charlottesville, Virginia, where she was the Administrative Director of the Mindfulness Center at the University of Virginia. In 2010, she developed and implemented a clinical trial at the University of Virginia Cancer Center to study the effect of the Nia Technique among women treated for breast cancer. The study is currently in review for publication in a medical journal. In 2011, she started a Restorative Yoga program for breast cancer survivors and caregivers at the UVA School of Nursing.
Kristy’s passion is helping people feel better in the skin they are in. She can be found teaching Nia and yoga classes, leading retreats, and bringing the Dance of Gratitude to Miraval Resort. She currently lives in Tucson, AZ with her moody cat, Penny.
Nathan Anderson, L.Ac. is a graduate of the Johns Hopkins University and Emperor’s College of Traditional Oriental Medicine. He has been a professor of acupuncture and Chinese medicine for over twelve years and is currently faculty at the Arizona School of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine here in Tucson, where he is the Department Chair for the acupuncture curriculum on their Academic Council. Nathan is the former Clinic Director/ Dean of Clinical Education at several acupuncture universities in Los Angeles. He is happy to be practicing in his hometown and to make Chinese medicine accessible to the Tucson community.