What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?
Absolutely. I am continually reading and researching, that's a big part of my practice. My husband is a medical Massage Therapist and Acupuncturist and we are on this holistic wellness journey together. We attend lectures, workshops, and retreats. When it makes sense, we take continuing certifications and courses to enhance our skills and effectiveness. Our main focus is on supporting our clients healing and in living a full lives they love.
Describe a recent project you are fond of. How long did it take?
I have a client across the globe in Israel (we work over skype). When she first started working with me, she had a patch of ecxema on her leg the size of a softball for 10 years, that looked like a burn. After seeing countless skin doctors, the only relief she had was while she was using cortisone cream. Once she discontinued, the ecxema returned.
During her first session, we fine tuned her diet here and there -- and in two weeks, it was 80% disappeared! After four weeks, completely gone. This is the power of whole foods.
What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a provider in your area of work?
It's important that you feel like you can relate to your practitioner. There are so many wonderful Holistic Health practitioners out there, and we're all different. We're looking for you, just as you're looking for us!
When I do workshops with different practitioners, we have very different clients approach us for consultations afterwards, it's really incredible to see how we attract different people into our practices, and they are always our ideal clients.
So, to find your ideal practitioner, you may have to speak with a few, but check in with yourself and see if you resonate with them. After a session you should feel supported and inspired!