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Tagged: digestive

Video: Relieve Digestive #Gas and #Bloating Relief with Hand #Reflexology

May 23rd, 2022 | digestive
woman holding her stomach

Relieve Digestive Gas and Bloating Relief with Hand Reflexology. If you have gas you know how painful it is until relief comes. Try this hand reflexology to relieve digestive gas and bloating relief daily until you feel better.   Coming in September 2022 You asked for it – We will be doing a live-stream foot […]

Video: Improve Digestion to Prevent Coronavirus, Flu, Respiratory Illness with Hand Reflexology

March 20th, 2020 | digestive
digestive tract

Improve Digestion to Prevent Coronavirus, Flu, Respiratory Illness with Hand Reflexology The benefit of having a healthy digestive system that it can prevent harmful pathogen from invading your body. Certified Reflexologist, Certified Energy Medicine Practitioner Helen Chin Lui shares what she does every day to keep herself health. This tip comes from her FREE course, […]

Proven Alternative Ways to Heal Common Digestive Problems – FREE BOOKLET

December 26th, 2019 | digestive
digestive disorder book

Proven Alternative Ways to Heal Common Digestive Problems – FREE BOOKLET We are so excited at the Healing Place LLC and Healing Place Energy School LLC. Many changes are happening for 2020! To help you to achieve good health, we invite you to subscribe to our FREE newsletter and as our gift for subscribing, we […]

Reflexology Can Support Digestive Health

November 6th, 2019 | digestive
holding feet reflexology

Reflexology Can Support Digestive Health? When new clients come to the Healing Place to seek help with their digestive health, we talk about how reflexology helps to move bowel movement and toxins. Our focus is to work the intestinal in the direction of peristalsis to move contents through the gastrointestinal tract.

How Does Your Digestive Tract Affects Your Skin?

November 8th, 2017 | digestive

Our skin is our largest organ. Not only does it protect us from the elements, bacteria, toxins from entering our bodies, but it also keeps our organs from falling out of our body. Studies have shown that stress and gut inflammation can damage the protective function and integrity of the epidermal barrier.

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