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Tagged: pain

Do Your Feet Speak to You? Foot Anatomy

April 28th, 2019 | pain

As a Certified Reflexologist, I see feet every day. Mostly feet have some problems. I have seen a many variety of feet. Some nicely shaped, some pretty, and some need pain relief. . There are some feet that are just tired from wearing ill-fitted shoe or are overworked. Few of us appreciate what our feet […]

Why Do I Do Healing Work? – Inspiration

April 19th, 2019 | pain

I am asked why I do healing work? Hmmm. To share knowledge. To empower others to be proactive with their health. To try out new comedy material. Gotta you! Putting all kidding aside. I am proud to be a part of so many people’s transformation. It is a big job and there are days I […]

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June 22nd, 2017 | pain

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Video: Acknowledge Your Emotions So That They Don’t Become Illnesses

April 2nd, 2017 | pain

A client asked me the other day what I thought are the primary causes of illnesses and diseases? My responses were – Not being aware of how we process our emotions and then pretend they do not exist. Not eating well enough to support good health Not moving the body and then our energy becomes […]

How do we condition ourselves to ignore pain? – FREE Facebook Live Chat, 9/19 8PM EST

September 12th, 2016 | pain

Many of us understand the physical symptoms of pain, but what about the emotional aspect of pain or pain that get stuck on a cellular level? We can control physical and emotional pain through medication or talk therapy. But what happens when the pain doesn’t go away and medication no longer work as well?

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