Improving your overall mental, emotional, physical and spiritual health is my passion.
I love educating, empowering and assisting those who are ready to take a step toward improving their life.
America has been facing a long-term mental health crisis, which has worsened due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Many people are in search of care and support. You are not alone. There are many resources available. I can help connect you with people who can help.
Part of mental health is how well your mind processes and understands information and experiences. In contrast, emotional health involves your ability to manage and express the emotions that arise from what you have learned and experienced. I have a Master's Degree in Education with the focus on brain health and how our mind learns and processes information. I am also a Certified Emotion Code Practitioner.
Physical health is the result of regular exercise, proper diet and nutrition, and proper rest for physical recovery. A person who is physically fit will be able to walk or run without getting breathless and they will be able to carry out the activities of everyday living and not need help. I am a QiGong Level 1 Instructor. I also have connections in our community with fitness coaches, yoga instructors, chiropractors, acupuncturist and physical therapists just to name a few!
Spirit is what can not be defined as part of the body or as part of the mind. Body, mind, and spirit all have an affect on one and other. By improving your spiritual life you can contribute to the healing process. Spirituality may not be able to cure you, but it can help to cope with the pain and difficulties that accompany illness. Spiritual health is achieved when you feel at peace with life. It is when you are able to find hope and comfort in even the hardest of times. It can help to support you as you experience life completely. Spirituality is different for everyone. I am a believer in a higher power. There are many names used for this: God, Universe, Higher Self, etc. I use the terms interchangeably. I consider myself more a spiritual person than a religious one.