The Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine Association of Alaska

Please join our next Alaska Acupuncture Association meeting

April 24th at 7pm at Kaladi Brothers Coffee - 6921 Brayton Drive

Suanne Sikkema will speaking on the topic of:

How Integrative Nutrition Can Support Your Patients

Restore Wellness empowers people to make healthier choices by using food, lifestyle changes, mindfulness and coaching practices in a holistic and integrative way. We provide evidence based solutions that are informed by traditional wisdom and the premise of Food as Medicine.

About our speaker: Suanne Sikkema, MS, CNS, LN is a licensed and board-certified Nutritionist in the state of Alaska. She holds a Masters in Nutrition and Integrative Health from the Maryland University of Integrative Health and is Certified by the Board for Certification of Nutrition Specialists (CNS). The CNS is a gold standard certification held by clinical nutritionists, physicians and other advance-degreed health care professionals with a specialty in science based advanced nutrition therapy.

Suanne uses an approach in her nutrition practice based in Functional Medicine, which looks at the root causes of chronic conditions and imbalances to create long term sustainable health and wellness. Using whole foods, herbs, physical activity and mindfulness practices, she partners with individuals in her practice using evidence based dietary and lifestyle interventions to ensure that they meet their goals. Suanne is passionate about approaching wellness with an integrative and holistic approach.

Suanne has a long history in Alaska. Her parents met at a Spenard king crab feed prior to statehood and her extended family are commercial fishermen in Upper Cook Inlet. She moved to Alaska in 1991 and soon afterwards started and ran a garden design business in Anchorage for many years. Suanne enjoys whole foods cooking, international travel, time spent in nature and growing food and flowers. Suanne is available for in-person sessions and distance sessions via Skype and Facetime.

Look forward to seeing you at the meeting!
April 24th 7pm at Kaladi's on Brayton!


Rande Lucas L.Ac.
Acupuncture Association of Alaska -

Acupuncture for Alaska

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The Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine Association of Alaska (TAOMAAK) is a  professional, non-profit organization for the benefit of licensed Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine Practitioners in the State of Alaska.

Members of the Association are licensed through the
National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and
Oriental Medicine and the State of Alaska.