Carol F. LaRue OTR/L
Carol LaRue is author of the book, The Art of Self-Health, Creating Total Well-Being from theInside Out. She is a licensed occupational therapist, speaker, and integrative wellness coach. Her wellness training includes brown belt certified Nia technique movement instructor, certified Pilates mat exercise instructor, certified instructor of Transformation Meditation, Level 2 teacher of The Art of Feminine PresenceTM and training in Phoenix Rising Yoga Therapy. She is owner of LifeCentrics and creator of “The Art of Self-Health”, an integrative model for wellness. Her traditional and non-traditional health care experience includes individual and group movement coaching and therapy, out-patient rehabilitation clinic start up and management, and senior corporate health care management. Her training and application in mind/body health spans over 25 years and includes experience in providing various forms of mindful exercise and movement, stress management education, customized individual and organizational wellness coaching and consultation, and facilitating group retreats and workshops for well-being.
Carol’s passion is assisting groups and individuals in fully realizing and appreciating their innate self-health capabilities through education, personal empowerment, movement and authentic self-expression. In her navigation through several personal losses and health challenges, including the sudden death of her daughter and overcoming breast cancer, she “walks her talk” by creating balance, joy and meaning while teaching and helping others do the same in their unique lives. Carol brings an honest sense of grounding and “real life practicality” into all of her teaching and coaching.
Carol provides keynote addresses, workshops, classes and retreats focusing on the self-health of the mind, body, emotions and spirit.
Carol’s client list includes
:• Missouri Bank and Trust, Kansas City, MO
• Grand Savings Bank, Grove, OK
• Cancer Action, Overland Park, KS
• The Mandala Center, Des Moines, New Mexico
• Kansas Occupational Therapy Association
• Lawrence Memorial Hospital
• Case Manager Society of America – KC District
• American Indian Institute, University of Oklahoma
• International Association of Rehabilitation Professionals
• Elk River Health