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Tagged: relaxation

Using Mindfulness to Relieve Anxiety – Energy Medicine Tip

September 4th, 2021 | relaxation

Using Mindfulness to Relieve Anxiety Mindfulness might not be the solution for everyone. Research has found that when you are able to create a little space between yourself and what you’re experiencing, your anxiety can soften. Beware. If you get too used to that underlying feeling of stress, it can gradually grow, creating a habit […]

Special Wellness and Relaxation Reflexology Offer

March 1st, 2021 | relaxation
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Special Wellness and Relaxation Reflexology Offer If you are exploring how the ancient healing of reflexology can help you, we have a special offer now until the end of March to give you an incentive to try it out. One-hour Wellness and Relaxation Reflexology Sessio for $75, originally $85. This offer is good on Saturday […]

New Reflexologist Joins the Healing Place LLC

January 6th, 2021 | relaxation
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Reflexology Apprentice Now is a Certified Reflexologist! The Healing Place LLC is pleased to annouce as of December 15, 2020 apprentice Maureen Jennings is now a Certified Reflexologist with the Integrative Reflexology School in Rhode island.. Maureen is joining the Healing Place by offering relaxation reflexology on weekends beginning January 14, 20201. If you would […]

Manage Stress and Anxiety with Mindfulness – Course

April 28th, 2020 | relaxation
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5-part course series – Manage Stress and Anxiety with Mindfulness  Stress is the cause of anxiety, physical, and emotional pain, which can lead to needless worrying and more fear. Don’t let stress and anxiety hi-jack your peace of mind. Everyone can learn skills to manage their stress and anxiety with mindful practices. In this 5-part […]

Needed Self Care During Pandemic

April 15th, 2020 | relaxation
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Needed Self Care During Pandemic We are all doing our part to control the growth of pandemic by practicing self-quarantine and social distancing; the sooner we can resume some level of normalcy. I am hoping very much you are comfortable and safe in your home and with your family. I think life will be better […]

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