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Natural Awakenings Boston

Bambi Thompson, Transformational Speaker, Brain Coach for Success

Bambi Thompson, OTR/L, is a transformational speaker, international brain coach for success acceleration, author and former radio show producer and host. An Occupational Therapist and energy healer, she specializes in teaching powerful tools for transforming anxiety and unleashing one’s greatest potential. She uses the unstoppable combination of neuroscience, energy healing, spirituality, music, the Law of Attraction and traditional success strategies to “rewire” the brain, behaviors and beliefs of her clients so that they can transcend limitation, optimize performance and activate personal power.

Bambi has a unique ability to musically interpret a person’s energy field and use guided meditation to promote healing and transformation. She is a dynamic speaker and her power, humor and down-to-earth style transforms audiences around the country.

Services provided: Transformational speaking, brain coaching for success acceleration, EFT, Body Talk Access, personalized healing music/belief reprogramming audios, various products and programs including The Stress Busting Resiliency Program (DIY), Money Mojo Mastery (DIY program), The Entrepreneurs Success Acceleration Mind Mastery Club, Holiday Survival Kit, Power Me Up radio podcast, healing meditation CD, Dare to Be Authentic book and Xocai Healthy chocolate.

Areas of specialty: Success acceleration, non-medication anxiety relief, EFT, meditation, neuroscience, energy healing, self-sabotage, Law of Attraction, peak performance, confidence, manifesting and goal achievement.

Healing/healthy living philosophy: Having healed herself from Panic Disorder after seven years on Paxil, Bambi “believes in teaching skills and not serving pills to bring out one’s power, confidence and success.” She says, “Everything I do is about your energetic and emotional power—physically, emotionally, spiritually and metaphysically.”

Bambi Thompson, OTR/L, Bath, ME. For more information, call 207-319-5986 or visit