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Meet Nancy Loedy of Brain Integration in Quincy

Today we’d like to introduce you to Nancy Loedy.

Nancy, please share your story with us. How did you get to where you are today?
Before I did Brain Integration Technique (BIT), I was a professional musician. I was playing and touring a lot, and so I was eating badly and not taking care of myself. I had bad migraine headaches and tons of stress. I needed a change and I started doing yoga more seriously and even became a 200hr RYT (registered yoga teacher) in 2009. I was trying to structure my life in a way that I could have less stress and more health, and then suddenly I was in two car accidents in one hour. I was in an accident on the way to the hospital from the first accident.

And after that, life came to a halt. I could barely play saxophone, which was my first career, and I couldn’t teach yoga because of my injury. Then, a woman who was doing Brain Integration in Jamaica Plain took pity on me and started to work on me. That’s when the miracles seemed to happen. In a very short time, oddly, my brain started to feel clear and even sharp. My intellectual abilities improved dramatically and I was able to get rid of seasonal and indoor allergies. I was the type of person who had multiple books by the bedside – started but never finished. But after BIT, I finished books and could remember nearly everything I read, even dates, names, authors, and publishers. It was very different than how my brain worked as I was growing up.

During that time, when I was meditating, I realized BIT was something I could use to help others. So, I looked up the classes and traveled to Boulder, CO to be trained by Susan McCrossin, A.P. I was certified in 2011 and took the advanced classes. I mentioned BIT to my chiropractor and nutritionist, Dr. Ann Doggett at WholeBody Solutions in Quincy, and she immediately suggested that I offer BIT to the community there. So, I started working at WholeBody Solutions right after I was certified. Since that time, I have seen hundreds of people and learned an incredible amount about the human body, health care and alternative suggestions from Dr. Ann and her incredibly knowledgeable staff. Now I lovingly serve the community by helping people with learning difficulties, PTSD, anxiety, depression, physical injuries and almost everything else.

I believe BIT is easy to learn so I have been hosting classes in Boston since 2011. Many people have learned these easy techniques to help their families and loved ones, and a few people have become certified and run very successful businesses doing the same thing.

Overall, has it been relatively smooth? If not, what were some of the struggles along the way?
The only thing I struggle with is not being able to serve all the people who are in need.  I wish I could reach out to every person who is struggling and offer him or her Brain Integration.  Specialized kinesiology is not hard to learn, and I think that people can take this skill and offer it to their communities in an effort to raise our collective quality of life.

Alright – so let’s talk business. Tell us about Brain Integration – what should we know?
I practice Crossinology® Brain Integration, which is a Specialized Kinesiology. I use the energy of my hands to improve the flow of energy in the brain, essentially “re-wiring” the brain to be very fast for improved memory, focus, emotional balance, learning and much more.

My clientele is extremely varied. Every hour is different for me. I work extensively with people who have sustained a concussion, mild traumatic brain injury (MTBI) and who have had brain surgery (craniotomy). I specialize in learning difficulties, relieving anxiety and depression. I have worked considerably clients who have been sexually abused. I help people with multiple diagnoses, like Lyme disease and IBS. Also, with my background in music, I work on musicians and performers and can help them in ways that other people can’t. They bring their instruments or sing in the office while I balance the functioning of their brain.

I am different from other practitioners because of my background in education. I was a teacher for more than 15 years, so I like to develop unique tasks for each individual to make their brain as sharp as possible. I also use Lumosity in my office to pinpoint and work on executive functioning for many people.

I am most proud that I am part of a team that helps so many people regain their mental, physical and emotional help. It doesn’t take long before people see real results at school, at work, and in their personal lives with BIT. My business is different than many others because I work alongside an exceptional chiropractor and nutritionist, Dr. Ann Doggett. WholeBody Solutions is a one-stop shop for health. We have a full apothecary of liquid and solid herbs and the most effective alternative practitioners in town.

Any shoutouts? Who else deserves credit in this story – who has played a meaningful role?
Dr. Ann Doggett is a visionary when it comes to complete health care. She is only interested in providing the best possible services for her clients and she is open to many different types of care. She is an exceptional nutritionist, chiropractor, and health guide. Dr. Ann has been an unwavering supporter of mine, allowing me to step into a caring role at WholeBody.

Laurie Nunes, our patient advocate, was a huge cheerleader for me while I worked to become a practitioner, and she supports me while I organize classes in Brain Integration. Megan Marini is my spiritual business coach and she keeps me on track. Instead of pushing forward in a stressful way, she uses her intuition and keen analyzing skills to identify things I can let go of and areas where I can grow. She sees my inner self and offers suggestions that are key game changers for my business and my life.


  • Brain Integration $125/hr
  • Intro to Kinesiology class PreBIT $1750 for 4 days
  • BIT practitioner class bundle for those interested in being certified (PreBIT, BIT1, BIT2) $7,425

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Lisa Newton-Goverd, Erin Manning

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