About Sandy Sandy Lundahl is an accomplished public health professional with more than 30 years of experience in developing programs with public health and mental health professionals.
She loves to learn and has graduate degrees in public health from the University of Michigan and in instructional systems design from the University of Maryland.
Her extensive public health experience includes cancer control, cardiac risk reduction, mental health and well-being, substance abuse prevention and treatment, suicide prevention, complementary and integrative medicine.
Sandy is a holistic health educator, InnerLife coach, and a modern-day meditation teacher. She is a certified teacher of the Enneagram in the Narrative Tradition and a practitioner of bio-spiritual focusing. Sandy is trained in Transformative Mediation and conflict resolution; she focuses on family mediation and developing people over the age of 50 into the 'wise elder,' an essential role in today's society.
Since 1983, Sandy has designed and taught classes in all aspects of holistic health, including nutrition and weight management, physical fitness, stress management, developing a prosperity consciousness, gemstone jewlery making, meditation, and personal growth and development.
Sandy's approach to health education is to focus on what really works and what truly makes a difference in people's lives ... in a positive, caring, encouraging manner.
Hello! This is Sandy and I thank you for visiting my website. In addition to my health education practice, I have launched several community-based learning communities, including the Bowie-Crofton Holistic Community, Over Age 50: Conversations that Matter, and the Bowie Healing & Wellness Network of Practitioners.
I am particularly passionate and experienced in working with men and women over age 50 who are ready to step into the full, rich wholeness of their lives. I've written two books about the second half of life...
Who I am is the possibility of fully nourished people listening and learning; the possibility of powerful and intimate family connections; and the possibility of life being recreated over and over and over again...moment by moment.
Sandy's son Mike graduated from Tulane University, served his country in the Navy, and now lives on a farm in Washington State with his wife, Marie Payne. Sandy's son, Dan graduated with advanced degrees in computer and systems engineering, is married to Jackie Aud--together they have a charming young son, Aiden.
Sandy's husband, John Dutrow, is retired from the Prince George's County Health Department. He is focused on his mission in life—creating play-based, nonleague youth sports programs to meet the physical, mental, emotional, social, and even the spiritual developmental needs of today's youth. Quite a task. His Web site is www.sport4all.org. Sandy serves on the board of directors of the organization.