About Inner Image Thermography
Ingrid LeVasseur, BA, CCT founded Inner Image Clinical Thermography, LLC in 2006 to bring this latest screening technology to all of Maine. She is proud of the women who have chosen thermography these past 11 years, making Inner Image Clinical Thermography the longest serving thermography clinic in the state of Maine. Inner Image Clinical Thermography provides medical thermal imaging at 11 locations (and growing) as far north as Bangor and as far south as Kennebunk in addition to a permanent clinic in Falmouth, ME.
Ingrid received her thermography training at Duke University, Raleigh-Durham, NC under the auspices of the American College of Clinical Thermology and has been certified since 2006. She remains a member in good standing with ACCT.
In September 2007, Ingrid was recognized for her performance and contributions made in the area of women’s health with a certificate of Outstanding Achievement from the American College of Clinical Thermology.
Ingrid has spent her entire adult life exploring the mind/body connection, having started a twice-daily meditation practice at the age of 19 which she continues to this day. She has been a teacher of meditation since 1984, a certified Reiki Master and an advocate of Ayurvedic Medicine for three decades, having spent four years at the Maharishi Ayurveda Health Center in Lancaster, MA teaching meditation and classes on Ayurveda under the medical direction of Dr. Deepak Chopra, MD.
Ingrid was interviewed in 2015 by MPBN Radio for Maine Things Considered and recently by Linda Adams for her radio show, Successful, Balanced Living on WMPG. She’s been interviewed by Dr. Lisa Belisle for her Love Maine Radio show as part of Maine Women Magazine, has written articles for Essential Living Maine magazine, Inner Tapestry magazine and been featured in Maine Women Magazine.
Ingrid loves to talk about thermography and will do so on a moment’s notice, one-to-one or to hundreds. Speaking engagements have included the 2013 Maine Dental Hygienist Conference and the 2007 Maine Podiatry Conference as well as many Health and Wellness events over the past decade.
She is the mother of two young adult daughters and two adopted cats. In her spare time she focuses on her passion for ballroom dance. She forages weeds from her yard (cooks and eats them too) and loves morning walks.
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