Kerry Tombs-Harling

Kerry’s ethos as a health professional is that health is NOT one size fits all. Each of us is unique, and as such require individualized treatment. She has dedicated her life to developing an integrative approach to medicine that combines the individualized approach of Ayurveda with the benefits of modern technology, such as genetic and epigenetic testing. By combining the wisdom of eastern medicine with the breakthroughs of western technology, she is able to create transformational wellness plans, resulting in people living happy, healthy and fulfilling lives. CEO - The Holistic Highway, B.S.- Neuroscience. Masters in Education, TEDx Speaker, Practitioner at University Of Pittsburgh’s Center For Integrative Medicine. Graduate of the Kripalu School For Ayurveda and the Ayurveda Institute.

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