Lora Lolane Glundal


Lora “Lolane” Glundal, BS, MSAOM, L.Ac., received her bachelor’s degree in Cellular Biochemistry at the State University of New York at Plattsburgh in 1999 and her Master’s in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine at New York Chiropractic College in Seneca Falls, NY in 2006.

Ms. Glundal’s educational background provided her with extensive knowledge in Traditional Chinese Medicine and corresponding Western Biomedical Conditions. In addition, Ms. Glundal studied over 120 hours of “cutting edge” herbal medicine and acupuncture abroad at the Zhejiang Provincial Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine in Hangzhou, China. This hospital integrates Western and Eastern medical philosophies with the use of Traditional Medicine. Many of the medicinal’s used encompass many of the common “super foods” and “medicinal mushrooms” widely know for their healing abilities. Lolane has received extensive training in Nutritional and Lifestyle Education and is certified as a First Line Therapy Lifestyle Educator through Metagenics, a research based nutraceutical company. Ms. Glundal continues her quest for knowledge by attending various continuing education seminars covering a wide range of health and wellness topics.

Ms. Glundal has advanced training in various areas Oriental Medicine including Dr. Tan Method, Acutonics, Gua Sha, Cupping, and Facial Rejuvenation Acupuncture.
In addition, Ms. Glundal has studied a variety of energy healing modalities and meditation techniques incorporating them into her work. Ms. Glundal holds her Master Teacher Attunements in traditional Usui Reiki and Sekhem Seihim Reiki also providing Reiki Attunement Workshops. Lolane has trained in Vibrational Healing providing additional energetic balancing to the Chakra’s (our bodies energy centers) using healing gemstones and Essential oils. Adding all of these healing elements together Ms. Glundal provides “wholistic” education and life coaching to her clients.

Ms. Glundal’s areas of personal interest include women’s health (infertility, pregnancy, and gynecological conditions), working with children, Western and Eastern nutrition, raw food, essential oils, various outdoor activities, running, hiking, yoga, Tai Chi, knitting, painting, sculpture, and poetry. See less