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Nice to meet you, I'm Mary.

First, thank you for being here! I believe you are truly unique, and worthy of both compassion and vitality. My herbal, nutritional, and body work programs are customized to meet your needs - allowing you the maximum opportunity to experience health in your body, mind, and spirit. Together, we will work as a team to improve your holistic health outcomes. I am your mentor, teacher, and friend.

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Worthy of Your Trust

My long history as a clinical herbalist, nutritionist and massage therapist have demonstrated my effectiveness in assisting clients with a variety of health issues.

I've received extensive training in guided meditation counseling to help with psycho/emotional/spiritual healing.

I am a certified herbalist and nutritionist trained at Rocky Mountain Center for Botanical Studies (Now North American Institute for Medical Herbalism).

I'm committed to creating the highest quality products, using organic ingredients in all products (with an occasional wild-crafted herb/ingredient when organic is not available).

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Beyond the numbers...

I have been working and in the field of wellness for over 40 years. Through Healthy Be me, I combine my extensive knowledge of both allopathic and naturopathic medicine to bring you holistic healing through body work and my own proprietary herbal remedies and formulations.


Number of hours of education and clinical training to complete my Certification as an Herbalist at the Rocky Mountain Center for Botanical Studies in Boulder, Colorado. I have practiced herbalism since 1995.


Number of hours of massage training through the Massage Therapy Institute of Colorado (licensed through the State of Colorado), plus countless hours of experience through my massage therapy practice, since 1998.


Years of experience practicing true health and wellness (in addition to 40+ years allopathic experience as a Registered Nurse).


Number of times I've climbed Longs Peak, the highest peak (14,259 feet [4,346 metres]) in Rocky Mountain National Park and the northernmost “fourteener” in Colorado.

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