You can improve your mind, body, and heart with self-healing practices
Self-healing practices are safe, efficient and healthy ways to heal pain and illness, yet the World Health Organization’s studies show that the use of dangerous prescription and illegal drugs has increased in the United States by 400% this year and 65 to 80% worldwide. The most disturbing part of this is that statistics show most people believe we have the power to heal our lives and bodies naturally.
Why would so many choose to risk their health unnecessarily? Everyone wants to feel better. The appeal of a quick fix is understandable. But is it worth the gamble on your health?
Healing ourselves using holistic healing methods takes time. The results are deep and long-lasting. These methods are powerful; they help you heal and make positive changes to your life without risk or harm.
Read about the ways you can heal yourself and explore your options for holistic living in The New Women’s Health Guide, and the “delightfully beautiful and profound book,” Heal from Your Heart with Breath, Rhyme and Art Book and card deck or the newer edition, The New Women’s Health Guide.
Written by Women’s Health and Life Coach, Denise DeMaras after healing herself from an accident, disappointments and loss. She guides you gently with instructions and information, that is approachable for everyone. she encourages the learning and pleasure of your healing journey with her inspirational healing art and rhymes. You will know what she learned, how to heal yourself naturally and easily.
Denise is available for consultation, coaching, classes, interviews and speaking for your group or event: contact her here.
Finding your heart is easy and fun; Breathing in deep – count from four to one. Let it all out with a count to four. Ease into now – feel worry no more. Life is a game now let the fun start. With words that rhyme – paintings with heart, You can heal with breath, rhyme and art.
Denise DeMaras, HHC, AADP
Women’s Health and Life Coach805 870-4045 310 889-8749 firstname.lastname@example.org