The Restore for Life system was developed on May 15, 2012 in New Hampshire by Susan Burdick. The foundational structure, innovative application, and proven results are what sets Restore for Life apart from the rest. It was the passion and compassion to support people in a meaningful way that became the driving force to develop Restore for Life and the Two Light Touch Therapy Workshops. Traveling and teaching across the country makes this extraordinary transformational therapy accessible to everyone.
Susan has dedicated her life to supporting everyone for personal growth and health for a better quality of life. Susan specializes and enjoys working with children, young adults and their families. At Restore, we believe there is no greater reward than seeing the faces of our trained students as they realize they can make a difference in someone’s life using the Restore for Life system. She has studied many forms of natural health and has worked at Portsmouth Regional Hospital in NH. Susan is a Reiki Master in 2 lineages, In addition to developing lymphatic Restore for people with Lymphedema. She is licensed in NH and MA under a Bodywork – LMT license that allows her to teach in all states.
Susan Burdick was an Approved Provider Unit for Continuing Nursing Education by the Northeast Multi-state Division (NE-MSD), an Accreditation Approved by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation for both Restore Workshops.
Susan Burdick was an Approved Provider by the National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage and Bodyworker’s (NCBTMB) for both Restore Workshops.
Former Polarity educator and Nationally Registered.
Published Author, Reboot Your Body, Flexibility for Better Body Function, Registered Copyright, 2015.
Live On-Air Radio, Restore for Life Natural Health. Radio station 106.1 FM – 2017.
She is an active part in the community, involved with many organizations and has done considerable charitable Work.
Tim TeBow’s Foundation, Night to Shine – prom night for special people, Phoenix Family Focus-special needs teens or at risk, Rotarian, Camp Sunshine – children with life threatening illness, Jaden’s ladder-severe domestic abuse, My Breast Cancer Support-cancer. Richie McFarland Center- supporting children to reach their full potential, Ironstone Farm – improving children’s lives through the power of horseback.
• Former Board Member for Phoenix Family Focus – special needs children.
• Former Board Member for the Dream Factory – terminally ill children retreat.