As Ellwood Thompson’s Health Coach, Lindsay provides FREE 30-minute nutrition counseling sessions every Thursday from 5 to 7pm.* Her sessions are tailored to your individual needs and preferences. She also offers store tours, educational meetings and supplemental reviews.
To sign-up for a session with Lindsay, email her at email@example.com and be sure to mention the time and date of the Thursday you’d like to meet. If available, she will email you back to confirm your appointment or work with you to find an opening. Once scheduled, be sure to give Lindsay a 24-hour notice if you need to cancel your appointment.
* Ellwood Thompson’s supports Lindsay Kluge’s integrative approach to health and healing but is not liable for any diagnoses or treatment plans recommended during her free consultations at Ellwood Thompson’s.
Lindsay received her Bachelors of Science degree in Horticulture and Landscape design at Virginia Tech and continued her education at the Maryland University of Integrative Health (MUIH), graduating with a Masters of Science degree in Herbal Medicine. She gained extensive knowledge on the therapeutic potential of medicinal plants through a 3-year clinical education program that covered the principles of health and wellness, herb identification and wildcrafting, herbal pharmacy, herbal pharmacology and phytochemistry, integrated human physiology, materia medica and much more. All of this at the only accredited graduate herbal medicine program in the country.
At MUIH, Lindsay completed a two-year apprenticeship in the Herb Dispensary, working with over 100 western, Ayurvedic and Chinese herbs. It was there where she also participated in collecting and compiling international research for the Appalachian Center for Ethnobotanical Studies medicinal plant monographs and helped to facilitate medicinal herb clinical trials.
Lindsay is a Certified Nutrition Specialist (CNS), a Licensed Dietitian Nutritionist (LDN), practices integrative herbal therapeutics and nutrition at Richmond Natural Medicine, and operates her own compounding herb dispensary. (See more at www.richmondnaturalmed.com).
Be sure to check out Lindsay’s blog (below) to learn about food culture, herbal medicine, her favorite recipes, seasonal support, sustainable nutrition techniques and more! She has years of experience in the natural food industry and is known to blend modern scientific knowledge with traditional wisdom.