To have a holistic approach to life involves nurturing all the pillars of wellness essential to your optimum wellbeing. Wellness is everything about living your life consciously in ways that improve your health and wellbeing. Wellness coaching is about helping people improve their lifestyle behaviour. It’s the application of principles and processes of professional life coaching to the goals of lifestyle improvement for higher levels of wellness.

It is everything about living well in a very conscious way. It is multi-dimensional and holistic, encompassing such factors as lifestyle, mental and physical well-being.

Life Coaching gives you the gift of self-empowerment. It offers new perspectives and techniques to inspire you to make positive changes and to turn your goals and dreams into reality so you can feel better holistically, live better and embrace your full potential.

If you’ve ever gotten sick during a time when you were under a lot of stress, it probably won’t surprise you to learn that your immune system is affected by your stress level.

Psychoneuroimmunology is the study of the interactions between the Nervous, Endocrine & Immune systems. 

Communication between cognition, emotion and health. 

Our thoughts and feelings affect our health and wellbeing.

Stress affects our health and wellbeing with science proving it ‘can’ and ‘does’ compromise our cellular health causing disease and illness. 

PNI based relaxation therapy consists of guided Deep Diaphragmatic Breathing (DDB), Guided Imagery (GI) and Progressive Muscle Relaxation (PMR).

Stress causes inflammation in the body. Bodies that are inflamed are a breeding ground for illness. 

Regular practice of PNI based relaxation therapy is proven to reduce the risk of major diseases and increase rates of recovery postoperatively.

EFT is a type of energy psychology in which anxiety-producing memories are paired with tapping specific points on the body along with the use of spoken affirmations. This process can be performed by a trained therapist or self-administered at home.

EP is a collection of mind-body approaches for understanding and improving human functioning.

EP focuses on the relationship between thoughts, emotions, sensations, and behaviours, and known bioenergy systems (such as meridians and the biofield).

These systems and processes exist, and interact, within individuals and between people. They are also influenced by cultural and environmental factors.

The use of EP has resulted in the development of associated methods and models to facilitate health and wellbeing, and improve human performance.

Energy healing is a holistic practice that activates the body’s subtle energy systems to remove blocks. By breaking through these energetic blocks, the body’s inherent ability to heal itself is stimulated.
Everything is made of energy and has its own unique vibration, including you. Everything is in a constant state of receiving and radiating energy. The frequency of this energy falls on a spectrum from light to dark. Light energy is infinite, effortless, and rooted in love. Dark or shadow energy is dense and rooted in fear. As an electromagnetic being, you attract experiences and relationships that match your frequency.

Yes. According to ancient Indian wisdom and the earliest forms of energy medicine, chakras are energy centres located in the subtle or energetic body. Each chakra represents an aspect of the human experience and includes both a shadow and light side. When the chakras are out of balance, pain blocks the flow of energy through the chakra system and we run the risk of trapping pain in areas of our body that can manifest as emotional stress, physical stress, pain and even illness. In other words, when we are stuck emotionally, energy gets confined and cannot circulate or run its course.

No. We’ve been studying the body’s energy centres for thousands of years.

Reiki is the Japanese tradition of energy healing, and it dates back to the early 20th century. The seven chakras, the energy transmission centres of the body, were first described in ancient Hindu texts. Meridians, the energy superhighways of the body, helped lead traditional Chinese medicine practitioners to develop acupuncture.

These ancient cultures used different modalities to stimulate the body’s natural ability to heal, but they all recognized the power of internal energy.

Yes. We all learned in high school physics class that matter is made up of molecules. Even something that is solid, such as a table, is vibrating all the time. As humans, we, too, are vibrating.

When you say someone has “good vibes,” you are really talking about that person’s vibrational energy—and happy people tend to vibrate on a higher frequency.

Places have vibes too. When you walk into a room in which a fight has just occurred, you may feel dense energy that makes you want to leave right away. The beach has a light vibe due to the salt (a natural energy cleanser) and moving air. The air at the beach vibrates at a higher frequency as well.

Energy healing is a complementary modality that shouldn’t exclude any Western medicine you may be taking.

Absolutely. Just as you don’t need to understand the law of gravity before you can fall down, you don’t need to completely grasp the concept of energy healing before you dive into the practice. Any time is a good time to visit an energy healer. I would recommend going in with an open mind for maximum benefit. If you are stressed, anxious, or physically drained, an energy healing session can help you relax and feel more balanced. And if you’re already feeling good, it’s always possible to feel a little better.

It’s important to note that energy healing is a complementary modality that shouldn’t exclude any Western medicine you may be taking.

The experience is unique to everyone. Some people feel nothing, others report physical sensations, such as warmth or tingling, disorientation, and some temporary discomfort.

Most people leave feeling deep levels of relaxation. 

It’s not uncommon to experience emotional releases such as tears, laughter or yawning.

Others may feel unusually tired. Practitioners claim that this means your body is healing.