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Hello! I'm Tara Wood, a Licensed Massage Therapist with over 30 years of experience. My journey included running a practice, teaching, educational director for the Rexburg College of Massage Therapy, and now I'm pursuing my passion for psychology at BYUI university.

Alongside my five incredible children, each navigating their own path with neurodivergent challenges, I've learned so much about resilience and compassion.

As a nutritional mental wellness advocate, I'm deeply committed to understanding how mental health, holistic well-being, and nutrition intersect. This website is a warm, welcoming space where I share personal insights, experiences, and resources.

Whether you're exploring neurodivergence, seeking holistic wellness tips, or curious about nutrition, you'll find supportive content here.

Join me as we delve into massage therapy, education, psychology, and the transformative power of nutritional wellness.


Let's foster a caring community that embraces the diverse journeys of neurodivergent individuals and recognizes the profound impact of nutrition on our overall well-being.

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My Story

"I've witnessed three generations of my family grapple with a range of central nervous system issues stemming from both environmental and genetic factors. Over time, I've observed how traditional therapies, including medications, have both brought relief and harm for members of my family, including myself."

"For over 25 years, I've dedicated myself to researching and experimenting with various therapies in order to enable both myself and my children to thrive, despite the obstacles we face."

"In my journey, I've discovered that nurturing the brain requires a fundamental cornerstone of micronutrients to optimize its performance. Every other therapy, whether it's my specialized nervous system massage or treatments like occupational, speech, sensory, cognitive behavioral, or ABA, can achieve greater success when Daily Essential Nutrients serves as the vital foundation of support."

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