Nancy Gahles

Nancy Gahles

Nancy Gahles is CEO and Founder of Health & Harmony Wellness Education and Center for Integrative and Holistic Healthcare, TeleHealth & Harmony and Spirit of Love~The Rockaway Sangha. She is a Chiropractor (Ret.), Certified Classical Homeopath, Certified Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) practitioner and Ordained Interfaith Minister in family practice since 1980 specializing in the stress that underlies disease, and pain management.

Gahles’ unique method, the Triumvirate Technique, integrates the best of the mind/body/spirit disciplines including nanomedicine, diet and lifestyle, meditation, yoga/QiGong, breath/bodywork, cognitive behavioral techniques, spirituality in health and medicine, palliative care, and end of life issues and positive potential practice.

Gahles is a member of the Board of Directors & Federal Policy Committee member of the Integrative Health Policy Consortium; the Advisory Board, Integrative Healthcare Symposium; and a Partner for Health for Council for Homeopathic Certification. Gahles is Pres. Emerita of the National Center for Homeopathy. She is a freelance healthcare journalist, newspaper columnist, member of the Association of Healthcare Journalists, author of The Power of $elf Care: A Common Sense Guide to YOUR Wellness Solution, and a public speaker and TEDXTalk presenter. Gahles practices in the New York City suburb of Rockaway Beach and via TeleHealth delivery.

November 2, 2018
Mindfulness, as described in the Buddhist text “What the Buddha Taught” by Walpola Rahula, is “simply observing, watching, examining. You are… Read More
October 19, 2018
I was galvanized by the testimony of Christine Blasey Ford, PhD, as was the nation, watching her recount the details of the sexual assault she… Read More
October 3, 2018
The butt of jokes and sitcom episodes for decades has been the caricature of the tired, worn-out woman. She is often portrayed as the exhausted… Read More
August 3, 2018

“If I were to wish for anything, I should not wish for wealth or power, but for the passionate sense of the potential, for the eye which, ever

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