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Reiki

Posted by on Jul 9, 2020 in Health Blog | 0 comments

Reiki

Q & A Reiki What is Reiki? The Ancient Japanese Healing Technique Reiki is an ancient Japanese healing technique for stress reduction and relaxation. “Rei” meaning “spiritually guided” and ‘Ki” meaning “universal life force energy”, it relies on the flow of this guided energy to pass through the hands of a certified practitioner to the recipient. Reiki is effectively transmitted across any distance and can be sent around the world.  Used in over 800 hospitals across the U.S., Reiki treatment creates physical, emotional, and spiritual...

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25 Secrets to Having the Life You Want

Posted by on Jun 2, 2020 in Health Blog | 0 comments

25 Secrets to Having the Life You Want

  These are simple to learn, though not necessarily easy to achieve. Here are 25 secrets to having the life you want: You will accomplish much more, much more easily if you take the time to first strengthen your personal foundation. Come to see how perfect your life is today, even if it doesn’t look or feel that way. Proactively choose the type of energy that you want to use during your life. Decide that you want to learn, continuously and forever. Then choose to learn how to learn. Reorient your life around the gifts you have, no matter...

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Workplace Wellness Programs for Your Dental Practice

Posted by on Jun 1, 2020 in Health Blog | 0 comments

Workplace Wellness Programs for Your Dental Practice

Workplace Wellness Programs for Your Dental Practice Building a Healthier Workforce Why do you need to implement a workplace wellness program for your dental practice? In a recent study, researchers at Brigham Young University found that for every dollar spent on employee wellness programs, employers receive three to four dollars in healthcare savings. Benefits of healthy employees are numerous. Consider the folllowing: Improved  productivity Better concentration, focus, and alertness Enhanced employee morale Higher energy level Lower...

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6 Simple Stress Busters

Posted by on Mar 16, 2020 in Health Blog | 0 comments

6 Simple Stress Busters

We are witnessing an unprecedented event in the history of the world. Many of us are not allowed to go to work, schools are off limits, gyms are closed, shelves that once showcased hundreds of loaves of bread are now vacant, and stores have limited hours and help. Combine this with a peculiar obsession with running out of toilet paper, people are going crazy. I must admit, when my gym closed down, I cried. I will miss my workout routine and seeing my workout buddies. We are now literally forced to be creative with all this newfound time. In...

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We All Need Some Downtime and TLC

Posted by on Mar 16, 2020 in Health Blog | 0 comments

We All Need Some Downtime and TLC

During times like these, good health is essential. Without good health everything is uphill. What seemed mundane before, becomes increasingly challenging: shopping, going to work, cooking, doing laundry, binge-watching your favorite show. Staying healthy is essential to living our lives the way we want to. When we feel good, we have energy; a sense of well-being and happiness. There is no price tag on being healthy and happy. With all of this noise going on in the world, my body is feeling run down and my mind is overwhelmed. The media is...

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Preparing for Your First Coaching Session

Posted by on Dec 26, 2019 in Health Blog | 0 comments

Preparing for Your First Coaching Session

When working with a Coach these are essential questions to ask. It will help you to articulate what it is you want to work on. These are valuable questions to ask yourself and questions a Coach may ask you: What do you expect from coaching? What do you need most from me today? What do you need most from me during our coaching? What is the biggest change you are willing to make today? What are the first three things you are going to do immediately after our session today? How long will you be coaching with me? How much of the work will you be...

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Tai Chi So Easy

Posted by on Dec 26, 2019 in Health Blog | 0 comments

Tai Chi So Easy

In October of 2019 I became a Tai Chi Easy Practice Leader. Due to chronic neck pain from practicing as a dental hygienist and whip lash from a car accident, I continue to seek out natural alternatives to release me from pain. I discovered Tai Chi Easy and soon became a Practice Leader to bring this beautiful meditation to others. Tai Chi movements are slow and rhythmic and deeply relaxing allowing the mind and body to heal. When I began practicing Tai Chi I found that its slow movements also increased a vital energy inside of me. The Chinese...

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