An outstanding and multi-faceted ICU Nurse, Lindsay Brant brings many disciplines and traditions to caring for people. She was one of the first clinicians to complete the Urban Zen Integrative Therapy program, where she received comprehensive training in various forms of holistic healthcare, including yoga, Reiki, essential oil therapy, and contemplative care. This program equipped her with a diverse skill set to engage the mind, energy, and spirit of each patient when healing the body.
Lindsay’s understanding that death is a natural part of the life process empowers her to help patients express their thoughts and wishes at the end of life. Her compassionate care during this stressful and intense experience brings comfort and peace to both patients and their families. It’s no wonder that with her holistic approach to medicine and tendency to turn towards suffering, Lindsay chose to become a Death Doula. She is smart, funny, and open to new ideas and ways of approaching challenges. She believes in and practices the power of service. As a member of Nomads Clinic, Lindsay Brant is an active leader in global health, providing care and practical support to the high-altitude Tibetan communities of Nepal. She is a citizen of the world with a love for learning, growing, sharing, and healing.