Healing Lotus

A holistic approach on living

Holistic Health

Full Definition of HOLISTIC

1:  of or relating to holism
2:  relating to or concerned with wholes or with complete systems rather than with the analysis of, treatment of, or dissection into parts <holistic medicine attempts to treat both the mind and the body> <holistic ecology views humans and the environment as a single system>

The benefits of Holistic Healing

Holistic healing aims to identify the root cause, or causes, of an imbalance (whether it is physical pain, stress, poor sleep, etc.). As a result, a patient feels completely considered and cared for, a benefit missing from many modern medicine practices. Instead of solely seeking to resolve symptoms, practitioners will ask the patient to both discuss and consider how not only their physical body relates to this imbalance, but also how their psychosocial, spiritual, and mental states contribute. And to help the body shift towards a healthier balance, a practitioner may guide the patient in processes such as emotional recognition and release, dietary modification, spiritual connection, and more. Not only will the patient be making improvements towards their original imbalance, but also in many realms of their life.

What is holistic medicine?


Holistic medicine is the art and science of healing that addresses the whole person – body, mind, and spirit. The practice of holistic medicine integrates conventional and alternative therapies to prevent and treat disease, and most importantly, to promote optimal health.

What is a holistic consultant?

Holistic health consultants provide information and education to people seeking alternative forms of healing and treatment. Ideally, a holistic health consultant has a broad understanding of a variety of natural health disciplines and may recommend a specific approach of alternative healing to a client.

A holistic health consultant is a professional who has extensive knowledge about natural health, herbs, vitamins, minerals, and nutrition. They may also be familiar with additional areas of practice, such as acupuncture or massage therapy, although the consultant may not holistic health consultants are typically knowledgeable about ethics and legal issues in health care and what natural means of healing may be accepted or rejected by an individual’s traditional practitioners.

  • We specialize in:
    • Healing Environments
    • Brain Health
    • Food Nutrition
    • Natural Health and Healing
    • Energy Medicine
    • Stress Management
    • Mindfulness
    • Global Medicines (Traditional Medicines)

    To help you with Supplements, herbs, diet, spiritual direction, natural preventatives, and alternatives to medications.

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CLE Program

If you are experiencing depression or anxiety please come.
I will talk about SAD ( Seasonal Affective Disorder) and share with you some ways to cope. The program is free but you will need to register. Call 216.623.7053
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Here are some programs I will be hosting at Rockport in the next several months. All programs are FREE. Please Come! #wellnesscoaching

program calendar event 2018-19

Living Well – Mindfulness Meditation. October 12th @ 11am (CLE Event)

You’re Invited to a free program @ Cleveland Public Library -Rockport Branch

Mindfulness Meditation.

It’s my 2nd program, In the Living Well series!

Friday October 12th at 11am. Click link for more info Link

Living Well – The Effects of Stress on the body and mind. September 12th @ 1pm (CLE Event)

Body_Mind_StressYou’re Invited to a free program @ Cleveland Public Library -Rockport Branch

How stress affects the mind and body. What you can do to cope and alleviate the stress at home and the workplace.

It’s my very 1st program, Hope to see you there!

September 12th at 1pm. Click link for more info Link

What Reiki Can Do For You?

Why you should treat yourself to a Reiki treatment:

  • Reiki will help you relax
  • Reiki will energize you
  • Reiki helps bring clarity
  • Reiki calms you
  • Reiki relieves pain
  • Reiki accelerates natural healing
  • Reiki helps change negative conditioning and behaviors
  • Reiki increases the vibrational frequency of the body
  • Reiki helps prevent the progress of disease
  • Reiki detoxifies the body
  • Reiki dissolves energy blockages
  • Reiki releases emotional baggage
  • Reiki helps you solve problems

What is Reiki

photoMany of you have heard of Reiki but may not know what it is really all about.

Here is a link I shared on my FB Reiki page from The International Center for Reiki Training.

I hope this helps!

What is Reiki


Reiki Certified

I have completed my Reiki training!

Reiki Master/Teacher Cert


Now I need to practice. If you would like a FREE distant healing please message me and I will respond within 24 hours. For those living in the area I am offering FREE Reiki  treatments. Please also contact me if you are interested in receiving one.

Your help is much appreciated.

Thank you!

Thank you

I am so glad and grateful that I pursued this path. I completely enjoy helping people find the best within themselves. It is so rewarding. It also keeps me motivate to continue my own path. Thank you for allowing me in. I look forward to helping anyone else who reaches out for it. For that is the hardest step.


Why Sugar is Bad


Sugar increases the risk of obesity, diabetes and heart disease. Large-scale studies have shown that the more high glycemic foods (those that quickly affect blood sugar), including foods containing sugar, a person consumes, the higher his risk for becoming obese and for developing diabetes and heart disease.

Just about everything contains sugar. Whether it’s natural or added.

Always read your labels, if you can’t pronounce it chances are it’s bad for you.

Sugars to Avoid.

Barley malt

Corn syrup solids

Beet sugar

Date sugar

Fruit juice concentrate

Invert sugar

Brown sugar



Buttered syrup


Glucose solids

Malt syrup

Cane-juice crystals


Golden sugar


Cane sugar

Diastatic malt

Golden syrup



Ethyl maltol

Grape sugar


Carob syrup


High fructose corn syrup


Raw sugar

Refiners sugar


Sorghum syrup


Turbinado sugar

Yellow sugar



Alternatives to Sugar

  1. First tip to minimize sugar: Eat fat.No, I’m not kidding. When the body starts feeling hungry, it’s going to crave sugar or something it can easily convert to sugar, like simple carbohydrates, to give it instant fuel. But if you have an even intake of healthy fats, such as coconut oil and butter, coupled with high-quality proteins, like nuts or meats, your body will not crave sugar in the same way, as fat is a long-burning fuel source that leaves the body feeling satiated and without need for an instant fuel fix. Also, remember: The fat you eat is not what becomes the fat that your body stores – those are two different types of fat! Eating fat does not make you fat – SUGAR does.
  2. Find herbal and plant sources to sweeten your day.Add a few lavender blossoms, dried mint, or a cinnamon stick to your tea as you steep it to add sweetness. Use cream in your coffee instead of milk, both because it’s slightly more concentrated in lactose (an okay sugar) and to give a bit of added fat. Use stevia extract in your baking – you can grow stevia on your patio just like any other herb and make the extract yourself, which tastes vastly better than anything in the grocery store, although those extracts are fine too. Drink kombucha with ginger or cinnamon. Make a smoothie of squash and coconut milk – if you add pumpkin pie spices, it tastes just like pumpkin pie. Or if you like to drink soda, try drinking bubbly water with citrus rinds in it for flavor – or stir in pure cranberry juice. It’s tart but refreshing!
  3. Make non-sweet snacks easy to grab.When you’re feeling munchies, usually you want something RIGHT NOW. So, keep snacks such as cheese cubes, nuts, popcorn, and hard-boiled eggs within easy reach.
  4. You can never go wrong with Coconut . Coconut is nearly all glucose and very little fructose, so it’s an okay fruit to use in all its forms. Also, it provides lots of “sweet” flavor even without eating the meat of the fruit itself, such as drinking coconut water. So, sprinkling toast with unsweetened coconut flakes is a super-sweet treat that’s still okay. Add coconut water to smoothies or drink by itself. Use coconut milk in place of other sweeteners. Eat coconut oil in any form, any time!
  5. It goes without saying – avoid processed food.Even in the “healthy” brands, there is often added or hidden sugar in some form, so cooking from scratch is always the best way to go. Even if you’re overwhelmed and feel like you can’t prepare homemade options for every meal, just do it as often as possible.
Sourced from Dr. Axe Health Benefits


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