STORY OF THE FOUNDER
Founder & Director of Nomadicare
As a seeker for the place where earth, spirit, and healing intersect, Sas Carey has been searching in Mongolia for over two decades. She is a registered nurse, energy healer, educator, author, and filmmaker. Since her feet first touched Mongolian ground back in 1994, Sas Carey felt there was some reason she was being sent half way around the world to this land. She founded Nomadicare in 1994 to improve the health care and cultural survival of Mongolia’s nomadic herders.
World traveller, author of travel book, interpreter, and assistant.
Pharmacist Naturopath. Currently resides in the Netherlands. Volunteers for Nomadicare.
Trained as a cinematographer, Batbayar wants to serve humanity, bring peace to the world, and be a powerful artist. His calm and sure manner, creative eye, and gentleness uncover the lives of nomads on video camera. A generous soul, he shares his excess with nomadic herders.
Trained as a biologist and a Dukha himself, Battulga guides the Nomadicare team through the taiga (boggy forest) and the cultural forays of the reindeer herders. As our Tuvan language interpreter, he schedules shaman interviews, plans and organizes transportation in the taiga, and is responsible for the safety of the team while riding reindeer or horses to the settlements.
Digital media specialist, archivist, animator, photographer, and videographer. Traveled to Mongolia as a photographer in 2009 and 2014.
Works as a camerawoman for Mongolian National Broadcasting.
TEACHERS FOR SUM HEALTH PROJECT
B. Boldsaikhan, MD, PHD
Trains sum doctors in the use of Traditional Mongolian Medicine for Nomadicare. His background is teacher, author, medical doctor, Buddhist scholar, yoga practitioner, consultant to a Japanese space agency, and more.
A Buddhist lama medical doctor of traditional Mongolian medicine.
With her degree in Medical Biology, Nara trains sum doctors in laboratory safety techniques and testing. She is a professor at the Health and Sciences University, department of Chemistry and Biology in Ulaanbaatar.
Trains sum doctors in laboratory safety techniques and testing. She is a professor at the Health Sciences University in Ulaanbaatar, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry.
Davaajav is a humble nomadic shepherd and Darhad shaman and teacher.
Nasanbat is a Buryat shaman with roots in many other shamanic traditions in Mongolia. He explores, researches, and teaches about shamanism and the spiritual world. He works to relieve pain, spiritual harassment, and bad influences. He graduated from the Arts University of Mongolia as a painter.
Dadu is a shamanic researcher and healer. A Buryat shaman with roots in many other shaman traditions in Mongolia, she explores the spiritual world trying to relieve pain, disease, and shift negative energy. She has a business background with a degree from the United Kingdom.
She and Nasanbat wish to develop spiritual tourism in Mongolia and create a bridge between Mongolian shamanism and the world.