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About Us

OUR WAY OF HEALTH & LIFE

DR. NICOLE LARGENT, ND

"I love helping women heal their relationship with food and their bodies so they can live their life to the fullest and reach their highest potential."

We live in a world where a woman's worth is too often equated to her outward appearance and thinness is valued above all else, including health. It’s no wonder why so many of us have a strained and tumultuous relationship with our bodies, food and exercise. But women are so amazing and are so much more than just a body. I am incredibly passionate about providing body-positive healthcare to women so they can be their fierce, incredible, authentic and powerful selves. Through tools, like intuitive eating and homeopathy, my clients completely transform their health. They learn to ditch the diets, enjoy food and eating together and love their body leaving them with more time, money and energy to put towards more important things like advancing their career, raising kids and changing the world.


I knew I wanted to be a doctor since the age of 3 years old, so when I attended the University of Northern Colorado (UNC) for my undergraduate degree, perusing the pre-med route was a no-brainer. However, when I began shadowing doctors, I realized the conventional medical field might not be the best fit for me. After the brief visit with the patients and a quick prescription, I felt that the patients often left with more questions than they came in with. I knew medicine had more to offer. After graduating from UNC in 2009 with my bachelor's degree majoring in biomedical sciences and minoring in instrumental chemistry, I decided to take some time off to find my true calling.


I moved to Breckenridge, Colorado to enjoy all this beautiful state has to offer. It wasn't long before the calling to medicine became too strong to ignore. I began searching for a more holistic approach to healthcare and finally found naturopathic medicine. Naturopathic Medicine had everything that I had been looking for. Within a year I was a student at Bastyr University in Kenmore, WA. It was here that I was introduced to intuitive eating, which changed my life completely. After experience this for myself, I knew I wanted my patients to experience the power of intuitive eating as well. While in naturopathic medicine, I also found my passion for homeopathy, women’s health and working with women with type 2 diabetes. When I graduated from Bastyr in 2018, I combined all of these passions and founded Terrain Integrative Medicine.


Aside from medicine, I live in Littleton, CO with my husband, two children and our two dogs. We enjoy being outside and enjoying all that this wonderful state has to offer, especially in the winter when we get snowboard in the beautiful champagne powder of the Rockies.

TONIA NEALEY

Tonia Nealey embodied yoga instructor
"I am passionate about helping women move from feeling disconnected from and unhappy in their bodies, stuck in their heads and critical thoughts, to feeling at home in their bodies, connected to their heart and intuition, and able to create a positive self-talk soundtrack. "

I’m a mama, a yoga teacher, a doTERRA Wellness Advocate, team member with the ​Yoga and Body Image Coalition, a believer in all things natural, and an eternal optimist dedicated to helping you create a life that glows, in all sense of the word.

I’ve always been an active, mostly health kinda gal. That’s not to say that I didn’t go through my own challenges! I suffered from an eating disorder in my 20s, and a big turning point happened for me when my mom died of breast cancer. The world stopped. For a while, I was 100% positive I would get cancer, too. I was living in fear and grief mode, not a fun to place be. Now I know it was a necessary and normal thing to experience, but at the time it was rough and scary. Over time, as I came out of that space, I made some really distinct changes that have stuck with me.

 

What’s this got to do with Yoga?

 

When I first found yoga, I finally found a space where I could feel comfortable in my own skin. I learned to sit with myself. I learned what it meant to notice; to notice when I felt hungry or tired, I felt my breath when I felt something. I learned to notice the thoughts in my head, not hang on to all of them as truth, simply to become aware of them. I learned to notice the negative self-talk habits I had, the feelings that would lead to my bingeing and purging, and then I learned slowly that I didn’t need to do that anymore, that I could sit with those emotions, or talk to someone about them, that they wouldn’t stay forever. 

Yoga has been a part of my life since I completed a 200-hour YTT at Core Power in Minneapolis in 2006. Through classes and retreats, learning to practice both on and off the mat, bringing yoga into my elementary school classroom, my family's living room, and even the park, I've woven yoga in my life. My goal is to meet you where you're at, encourage you to move your own needle a little further, and enjoy the ride along the way. Throughout my yoga journey, I have incorporated natural tools to support holistic health and wellness, and am passionate about helping women do the same to create a life that truly glows.

WHITNEY FROST

Whitney Frost therapist
"I believe that therapy is a partnership; you are in control of your journey and it is my job as your therapist to guide and navigate you towards your chosen path, goals, and destination."

I am a Licensed Professional Counselor with the state of Colorado as well as a National Certified Counselor, certified by Postpartum Support International in diagnosing and treating disorders associated with pregnancy. I graduated from Regis University with a Masters of Arts in Clinical Mental Health and a Masters of Science in Healthcare Administration from Oklahoma State University.
I have been working in the mental health field since 2013 and my clinical experiences range from human services and child welfare to long term care and the elderly and hospice to the growing workforce and career coaching, to most recently community mental health.

 

I specialize in treating anxiety, depression, postpartum mood disorders, women’s health issues, bipolar disorder, borderline personality disorder, parenting concerns, general life stressors and transitions, aging, and quality of life improvement. I am most passionate about working with mothers and families transitioning into parenthood as well as other life transitions—moves, relationship changes, job changes, college transitions, etc.

 

On a personal note, I believe that laughter is the best medicine, I try to incorporate humor into my therapy practice when appropriate. I am a mother myself and spend my free time with my beautiful family. I was born and raised in Oklahoma but call Colorado home. I believe that therapy is a partnership; you are in control of your journey and it is my job as your therapist to guide and navigate you towards your chosen path, goals, and destination. You have the tools and wisdom to reach your goals and full potential, it’s my job to help you access them and use them successfully. I believe in using a broad scope of skills and evidenced-based practices depending on the client and their needs. I am clinically trained in Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT), Acceptance Commitment Therapy (ACT), and various counseling approaches. My theoretical orientation aligns with a Person-Centered approach, existential therapy, humanistic therapy approaches, and some behavioral-based models. (blah, blah, therapist talk.

 

I look forward to connecting with you on your journey!

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