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Jan Nelson OTR/L, MA— HeartSprings Founder and Integrated Occupational Therapist Jan is a licensed and registered occupational Jan is a licensed and registered occupational therapist within the state of ND. She is a mind-body practitioner with multiple trainings and certifications in mind body medicine such as: Center for Mind Body Medicine practitioner; HeartMath™ biofeedback certified; Laughter Yoga™ certified; Emotion Code certified practitioner and Integrative Processing Technique (in process). She is also a certified Integrated Listening Systems and Safe and Sound Protocol practitioner and certified Brain Injury Specialist. Her specialty is seeing how the mind and emotions affect the body and how the body affects the mind. Jan’s father was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease when she was in high school. He also had post-traumatic stress disorder or PTSD. Parkinson’s has been a particular specialty of hers to understand and create programming that not only improves the individual’s quality of life but actually help reduce symptoms. Mental health concerns have also been a specialty addressing symptoms from a neurological perspective that complements area counselors and practitioners. She has worked with adults and children with neurological challenges since 1982; specializing in Parkinson’s exercise classes since 2002. She and Barbara Edin are co-authors of Zing! A Guidebook for exercising your body, mind, emotions and spirit programming coming out fall of 2020. HeartSprings was founded in 2008. As its founder, we have created a center to serve those who are living with chronic dis-eases or life changing circumstances such as accidents, neurological challenges, chronic pain, and now more recently mental health and recovery. Jan looks forward to exploring holistic options for you. Her intakes are comprehensive and look for ways to help the body, mind, emotions, and spirit heal.