My interest in complementary and alternative healing therapies came while searching for relief of my own stress and anxiety related symptoms. I was introduced to reflexology in 2011and quickly became fascinated to learn how the feet hold an intricate map of reflex areas that correspond to all of the glands, organs and parts of the body. I love how reflexology promotes relaxation, improves circulation, reduces pain, detoxifies and encourages overall healing.
I have become a strong believer that balancing the mind, body and spirit is essential to my health. After experiencing reflexology first hand and seeing the benefits, it inspired me to continue my journey of healing. In 2014, after two and a half years of study I became certified in reflexology. Today, I am grateful to have a part time practice where I can help others. Since then, I’ve obtained my Master Level in Reiki and more currently my certification as a Certified Clinical Aromatherapist.
For me, Reiki and Aromatherapy meshes perfectly with Reflexology. If you continue to view my site you’ll quickly realize the healing modalities I offer have a lot of the same benefits. And the best part is, I can choose to use one modality or a combination for a treatment my clients will love and thrive on!
My focus is to bring balance and relaxation to my clients so the body can rest and repair. Our bodies are so intricate and capable of great transformation. With a little encouragement, compassion and human touch we can heal body, mind and spirit.
My journey in alternative healing is far from over. For those who know me well, I am a student for life. This is my passion! I am continuously searching and learning so that I can bring my best self and provide the greatest experience for my clients.
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I have a strong connection to the sunflower. It stands tall and I love how it looks like the sun.
The sunflower is associated with warmth, power, strength, and happiness. Sunflowers are mostly yellow, but white, orange, brown and multi-coloured varieties exist.
The sunflower has many symbolic meanings. In Chinese symbolism, the sunflower deals with long life and good luck. Spiritually, the flower symbols the heart/soul of humankind always seeking and attaining unity. In Native American symbolism, the sunflower is used in late summer festivals as a symbol of bounty, harvest and provision. The colour of the sunflower is noted for its vitality and symbolizes energy.
I connect yellow sunflowers to the Solar Plexus Chakra which governs intellect, confidence, self-esteem and personal power.