Tagged: self care

How Mast Cells and Histamines Can Confuse Your Immune System

May 24th, 2021 | self care
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How Mast Cells and Histamines Can Confuse Your Immune System Lately, prospective clients call the Healing Place looking for help to address various health issues including digestive problems, eczema, fatigue and brain fog. These health issues could be the result of dysfunctional mast cells. I can hear people saying, “What’s that?” When I first heard […]

April 2021 Healing Place Pay It Forward Campaign

April 22nd, 2021 | self care
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2021 Healing Place’s Pay it Forward The Healing Place is committed to Helping our Neighbors in Need. Every month since 2018, a portion of proceeds from Certified Reflexologist Helen Chin Lui’s books, Know Your Chakras: Introduction to Energy Medicine, Foot Reflexology to Promote Relaxation, and her youtube.com/HealingPlaceEnergySchool   has  donated to helping our neighbors in need. . My […]

Reflexology Services at HealingPlaceMedfield.com

April 19th, 2021 | self care

Reflexology Services at HealingPlaceMedfield.com Since 2006, Healing Place has helped 1000’s to regain their health by activating the body’s natural ability to self-heal with the ancient healing modalities, including reflexology, chakra balance, Reiki, and meditation. Are you looking for alternative ways to heal? If traditional medicine is no longer giving you answers or helping you, […]

Video: Ice-Pick Migraine Headache Break-Through

March 17th, 2021 | self care
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Finally, a Migraine Headache Break Through!! One of my challenging cases is an unrelenting migraine headache that won’t take a break. I have seen Jean since 2006 off and on for reflexology. Jean has undergone every migraine medical treatment, including Botox, and nothing has helped her for any length of time. Over the years, I experimented […]

Video: Do You Have Ringing of the Ear or Tinnitus? Reflexology Tip

March 15th, 2021 | self care
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Do You Have Ringing of the Ear or Tinnitus? One of five people experience the perception of noise or ringing in one or both ears that can lead to tinnitus. Ringing is caused by damaged or lost sensory or auditory hair cells in the inner ear’s cochlea. We are born with 16,000 hair cells within […]

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