Rosetta Koach is not only the SICA-USA Treasurer, but is a practitioner of the healing arts and an advocate for including those arts in the scope of what SICA supports. From her website:
I am a licensed massage therapist and naturopathic physician. I have dedicated my practice to helping people in pain (fibromyalgia, tendonitis, neuritis, TMJ, carpel tunnel syndrome, post accident, post surgery). I have a gentle, but effective mixed style of therapeutic massage that can quickly release tight or spasming muscles. I use microcurrent, naturopathic manipulation, range-of-motion stretches, exercise suggestions, hydrotherapy, homeopathic drainage (Unda), phyto-gens, herbs, supplements, and psychological counseling to bring the body back into balance. I also have been teaching massage at the National College of Natural Medicine (NCNM) since 2000.
As a naturopathic doctor, I take care of acute illnesses such as colds and flues and chronic problems like diabetes, cancer, and adrenal overload.
My massage and naturopathic clinic is in Oregon near Beaverton, Aloha, and Hillsboro. See Contact Me for directions.
Thank you Paul for Sharing my life’s work.I I found my calling by testing, ” How does it feel to do my right work. Inside I gained a strong feel of what it would be like to use my gifts and talents in my work. At the time I was doing accounting, but did not see myself progressing to become a CPA. Than I hurt my shoulder and was sent to get my first massage massage. I did not know that someone could make a career out of massage, but every time I went to a party, I found myself massaging someones shoulders. All of a sudden that feeling I had received in testing came over me and I was enrolled in massage school three weeks later. It was the best career move I could have made. One thing lead to another and ten years later I was also a Naturophic physician. I have worked as a Massage therapist for almost 30 years and a Naturopath for twenty. I have been very happy in and with my work. I feel Subud and testing helped me find myself. I hope to continue sharing my gifts and talents with the world for a very long time.