Homeopathy & Holistic Therapies
Most of you may not be aware of this, but I studied natural health & holistic therapies at college. Well, during one of my stints at college. The first was to study finance & accounting, the second was writing & copy editing. There was a very brief photography stint, then came the natural health and holistic training. It started out as a hobby, something I was purely interested in on a personal level, but as time went on and I was taking more classes I ended up enrolling for the full program.
Although I can practice, and did at one time, I don’t currently. I mainly use the therapies for my family and friends. It would be nice if I could say I treat myself but I don’t nearly as much as I should. It’s easier to make an appointment to see one of my health practitioners than it is to make an appointment with myself. Actually, it’s easier to keep an appointment I make with someone else than the ones I make with myself.
You may, if you look close enough, see that the number one remedy, Arnica Montana, is missing from my homeopathy first aid kit. There isn’t any in the kit because I have it everywhere else. There is a pack in my purse, make-up bag, and my carry-all bag. There is a pack in the “junk” drawer and the bathroom cabinet. I also have a pack at the office and one in my car. I was a girl scout, we were taught to “Be Prepared.”
Here are just a few of my certificates. Each of the ones shown is a type of energy healing and body work modality. As much as I love my massages, and people seem to enjoy the ones I give, I prefer to work with clothed people. Aside from a few types of massage, each therapy I practice can be done with a client fully dressed. Go figure.
I wanted to share a bit more personal, but not that kind of personal, stuff with you. If you have any questions, please feel free to ask.