Dr. Amanda Hardesty L.Ac, DACM specializes in Japanese Meridian Therapy and Pediatric & Family Wellness helping families create stronger bonds through highly personalized care. Her patients feel empowered and supported choosing a slower pace of life with a strong focus on family connection and love in our extremely busy world. Her office provides a sanctuary for renewal and growth.
For Dr. Amanda’s professional brand and website we created a supportive natural vibe, implementing uplifting, vibrant colors and unique watercolor natural design elements and paper textures as Dr. Amanda is also a woodworking artist creating custom tools for other practitioners of Japanese Meridian Therapy and Acupuncture.
Dr. Amanda is just starting out as a recent graduate, so this launch was an important milestone for her new business to create confidence and authority for a strong brand presence online. As her practice grows the website is setup for a continuous growth, making it easy to update and maintain.
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Hi Amanda! Where did your passion for wellness and health start?
When I was in high school. I was an athlete with injuries and I also had mental health problems. Neither of which were helped by western medicine. I figured there had to be another way. I got so much help from acupuncturists, chiropractors, therapists, naturopaths, etc. There are so many views of the body and they are all useful!
What is the story behind your company specialty of pediatrics and family wellness?
What do you love most about your work?
I love helping families get more connected and be happy. Our culture is so fast paced now and I love it when I see families doing things together and living slow. I also love empowering women. We have so much going for us and we are warriors often turned into worriers. I love bringing back the warrior! It is in us all!
What do you want to change about your industry?
What’s the hardest lesson you’ve learned in your business so far? What do you wish someone would have told you when you started out?
What things do you hope to gain in your life from following this dream?
Fulfillment. I am here to help people and lead the world to a more loving connected culture.
Why did you decide not to build our own website? Were there some of the hard parts of that process?
So much to do and figure out! I could have figured it out but I didn’t have the time. I would have created a generic website. I wanted a unique website. I also wanted to bounce ideas off someone else with experience.