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My Wild Folk : Terie Sandusky



Next up in the #MyWildFolk series is this beautiful babe, Terie Sandusky. I first connected with Terie when I photographed the cover of the Bend Health Guide for the Fall/Winter issue last year and she's been an advocate for my work and my brand ever since. She's a licensed massage therapist and reiki master and a pure joy to know.


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Who are you, and what do you do?

Terie Sandusky, Magazine Publisher for Bend Health Guide and Massage Therapist.


What do you love most about what you do?

I love connecting with people for better health.


What songs do you jam to while working?

I love to listen to Binaural Beats while I am working or Joni Mitchell if I need to sing.


Where do you escape to when you’re not working?

The Beach or the Forest!


If you were a flower, what kind of flower would you be and why?

Peony because it is my fave & it is worth waiting for all year long!


Tell us your favorite self-care practices:

I love Massage, as much as I can get!

I love laying on my Infrared Biomat as often as I can.

Using hot steamy towels on my face at the end of the day.

Putting Fleur de Lune under my eyes before bed

Sleeping!


If you could go back in time, where did your high school self think you’d be now?

Living in France & being a Writer!

My husband has a French Degree & I do write for the magazine, sooo close!


What Wild Folk products do you use and what are you most looking forward to trying?

Fleur de Lune is my fave & I use it on my Massage Therapy clients Third Eye at the end of a Massage, they love it, too!

I use Arnica cream on both myself & clients, too!

I love Stars oil on my temple when I have a headache.


What do you love the most about yourself?

I have boundless energy!


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Thank you, Terie! Terie is hosting the Bend Health Guide Fair this Saturday at Hollinshead Park in Bend from 10-4:30. I'll be there set up with a booth full of flower-infused goodness. Hope to see you there.


(photo by Wild Folk for #MyWildFolk)

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