I think its wonderful to have a strong desire to intergrate RN with intergrative medicine.
As a Energy healer, and polarity therapist, and pre-NP student, my advice is multitudious (not a real word, I know!) : Here are some of my gleanings over the years of research and consideration of this very interesting topic!
1. Look at Naturopathic programs, like the one in Arizona that gives nurses advanced standing (like no science) in their programs, and actually get some solid theory in naturopathic principles and protocols.
2. You can also do a program at Dr. Weil's center as well in Arizona -- I think its a residency.
3. Find holistic MDs and network with them and find out what their needs are. Contact people like at Heel/BHI North America (Arizona?).
4. Have realistic expectations. Just because someone practices holistically, doesn't mean the work environment, the pay, and everything else is going to be ideal.
5. Focus on becoming your own practitioner and get education in advance nutrition and naturopathic modalities, and even acupuncture.
I believe the requirement for the holistic nurses association is to actually get 1 or 2 certifications in holistic modalities.
6. Target MDs that may be covertly integrative, or at least open to alternatives. The people I'd target would be associated with Lyme Disease, Chronic fatigue, Mold Illnesses (chronic neurotoxins), and utilize lists from companies on MDs signed specific medical labs and medical nutriceutical companies like Metagenics, Neuroscience, Great Smokies.
7. Go to the conferences (Lyme, etc...) and research Klinghardt and some of the German approaches using EAV, etc...
8. Recognize that most of the work is out of pocket and therefore you are essentially treating the affluent. However, there are some very inspiring stories about APRNs as primary care in underrepresented inner city locations, achieving strong evidence based positive health outcomes by implementing holistic approaches to hypokinetic diseases and such.
9. Focus on your heart and realize there is no "right way", and also that people from other countries may be more open to your energy/ideals.
10. Look at Mindfullness Based Stress Reduction - a tremendous amount of new research is showing incredible outcomes in treatment for things such as psoriasis, etc... Start with your own practice, and learn how to introduce it to your community, where-ever you are. There is no need to move unless you specifically want to train with Klinghardt in Washingon, or Rothfield in Arlington, Hoffman in NY.
11. Also look at intergrative psychiatry. There is an incredible amount of research on the impact of nutrition and environmental toxins, lyme, etc... on the nervous system. The MIT website has some free open courseware that focuses on bioengineering and looking at ecology and health. MIT seems pretty holistic to me (to my surprise)!!!
Hope my ideas help! Feel free to PM me if you'd like to discuss!