Sandy Priester

Cancer survivorship, wellness, and self-healing

“Authentic, passionate, and inspiring” are a few of the adjectives used to describe presentations by Sandy Priester.   Sandy connects with audiences on a deep personal level, and helps people learn new ways to access peace and healing for themselves and others. She is the perfect speaker for organizations serving health care professionals, family members, and individuals with cancer and other illnesses. She brings personal and practical insights to wellness practitioners and anyone working with ill patients.  

Her primary presentation focuses on connecting with one’s inner resources and strength, finding new ways to stay centered and healthy in the midst of challenge and chaos, and learning how to listen authentically to others without judgement.  She presents topics around service, and using energy practices for self-healing and support of others. She uses guided visualization and experiential techniques to engage the audience and to build awareness and skills.  She brings practical tools that can be adopted by anyone, regardless of how busy or challenging their lifestyle might be.

Sandy has been speaking, leading workshops and making professional presentations for 15 years.  Her vision, passion, and expertise are in demand, and she has delivered presentations at regional conferences, has been interviewed on countless radio and television shows, and delivered talks to numerous medical groups.

Sandy is a leader in the wellness therapy and integrative healthcare field and has founded and led nonprofit organizations that serve cancer and other constituents. She has partnered with organizations such as Rocky Mountain Cancer Centers, Denver Health Medical Center, and Elements Massage.  She holds an MBA (University of Colorado, Denver), and a BFA (University of South Dakota), and has been practicing various forms of energy medicine since 1989.

Perfect for:

  • Cancer patients
  • Caregivers
  • Health care professionals
  • Complementary therapy practitioners
  • Hospice workers