Kendra Neilsen Myles, C.H.E.S., RYT 200

Professional Healthcare Consultant • Wellness Mentor & Lifestyle Strategist

Professional Testimonials

Kendra is an exceptional resource for the EDS/hypermobility population. She is passionate in providing the right information and cares for the many people looking for honest help. She is a wealth of information and enjoys giving hope to others.” –

Victor M. Chang, PT, DPT, OMPT – Moving Naturally with Hypermobility Seminars

“Kendra has a fantastic combination of personal experience, knowledge, and passion that all work so well together in providing the EDS community with resources they can use immediately to help improve their lives.  She is a great advocate for the EDS community when talking with physicians and medical providers and has done wonders in educating and helping others to understand what so many patients with EDS suffer through on a daily basis.”  –

Christopher Gnip, PT, DPT, Co-founder – Moving Naturally with Hypermobility Seminars

“Kendra Neilsen Myles benefits from the rare combination of clinical accuracy and compassionate, first-hand experience all rolled into a passion for helping herself and others live full, meaningful lives.  Her integrity, both personally and professionally, makes her stand out in a crowd.”

Justine Gautier, Co-Admin – EDS Athletes Facebook Group & Co-Volunteer – EDNF HelpLine

“After 7 years of misdiagnosis, I’m finally getting legitimate answers for what has been medically wrong with me! I got so fed up with my DR’s I insisted on getting all the tests I needed, and am now getting multiple legitimately accurate answers for my chronic illness! The Dr. ruled out Osteopathic POTS from my blood tests yesterday and found it’s definitely POTS stemming from Autonomic nervous system issues (I had Chronic Epstein-Barr for 3 years straight in MD, and it started the spiral of illness). I got the first test for EDS (9/9 on the Beighton score!) I’m also finally getting the biopsy testing done for Mast cell activation syndrome and Small fiber neuropathy. It’s such a relief to finally know there were legitimate reasons for why I’ve been so ill!

I have to thank Kendra Neilsen Myles for being a phenomenal educator, advocate for EDS, POTS, and Dysautonomia awareness. Without your exceptional knowledge, advocacy, and selfless care for others suffering from invisible illnesses, I would never have ever taken the steps needed to get properly diagnosed. You are a hero, Kendra! I can never thank you enough for helping to save my life. Thank you, from the bottom of my heart!”

                                                   – Patient