08 October 2010|
Everyone has the gift of intuition and perception. It’s an ability to see what IS and to sense whether someone or something sits well with us or not. Perceiving energy is a spiritual quality called discernment. The awareness of energy itself contains no judgment. But if we then decide that the energy we are feeling is good or bad, right or wrong, we change it into a judgmental 3D belief pattern. It moves from the purity of spirit and lowers us into a denser 3D vibration.
26 September 2010I love what I do for a living, being a Herbalist and Massage practioner for people and horses is a very rewarding job. To be able to massage horses and see them physically change and then move without pain gives me great pleasure. Most of us have experienced some form of pain due to our back or shoulders, and also felt the relief once we have had a bodyworker massage us. |
21 August 2010Once known as Soapberry because of its ability to clean and detoxify the body, Guarana is native to the Amazon. It is a climbing ramified tree that produces round fruit in bunches, with an intense red colors. After picking the fruit is sun dried and the skin naturally opens, exposing the round black and white seeds that resemble a human eye, and once dried they are then ground into powder. |
12 July 2010|
Ear Candling or Coning is an ancient healing modality originally practiced by Atlantean, Mayan, Egyptian and Tibetan cultures.
The Candling works primarily on the physical body by detoxifying the sinus, lymphatic and other systems and is the natural remedy of choice for ear infections, relieving mucous build-up, fungus growth, earaches and Candida.
29 May 2010|
InTouch Session Review
When I lay on the table to receive a Lomilomi (Hawaiian massage) from Mia I was restless inside, my breathing was shallow and my shoulders were tight from a long night with my computer. As soon as the first stroke of warm oil swept across my body I knew that I was in for something special.
29 May 2010|
Horses in the past were free to roam and collect their own herbs and medicinal plants they needed. It is only since the time that we keep our horses on small acreages, or in stables, that we have taken this natural ability to self medicate away from them.