Shanon Leonard, RN, NSHC, is an experienced health educator offering unmatched enthusiasm, expertise, and a uniquely broad perspective. She has been teaching classes and presenting workshops around the Pacific Northwest since 1998.
She holds degrees in humanities and nursing with additional course work in psychology, coaching, and nutrition. She also holds certificates in yoga and Thai bodywork and has completed the rigorous national certification with NSHC as an RN health coach.
In addition to her workshop schedule, she teaches anatomy, physiology, and kinesiology at the Port Townsend School of Massage. She is the mother of two children and one Basset hound.
B.A. Asian Studies/Humanities
Registered Nurse (RN)
Nationally certified with NSHC
Additional college coursework in psychology & nutrition
Ongoing study in coaching psychology, nutrition, and somatic education.
10 years experience in health education.
Instructor of anatomy, physiology, and kinesiology at the Port Townsend School of Massage
20 years experience in yoga therapeutics and somatic education.
6 years experience as a parent educator.
Received letter of appreciation from child advocate and PBS legend Fred Rogers.
I enthusiastically encourage a love of learning through curiosity, integration, and embodiment.
I acknowledge that individual health is complex and interrelated to the health of our families, communities, and earth.
I recognise my humanity and actively seek to check my biases with opposing views and critical thinking.
I value transparency. I don't promote or financially benefit from supplement manufacturers, health products, or affiliate programs.