Hi. I hope this finds you happy and well. I am a classical homeopath, holistic nutrition consultant and yoga instructor. I am also a firm believer that true health is not found at the bottom of a prescription pill bottle. I studied Vipassana Meditation with the monks in Northern Thailand and Hatha Yoga in India. After being introduced in India, I fell in love with classical homeopathy and returned to North America to get my credentials from the prestigious Canadian College of Homeopathic Medicine. During my travels and study, I have learned that true wellness comes from within. It is intrinsic. I work with my patients to realize the root cause of their illness and to provide support to their body's healing efforts.
In classical homeopathy, there are no diagnosis, filters or extraneous theories. The homeopath observes the pure language of nature; the patient’s symptoms and matches it to a remedy that would cause the same suffering if given to a healthy person. In fact, the classical homeopath does not diagnose illnesses but treats the body as a whole.
The human mouth is prone to Candida and Streptococcus; germs that contribute to tooth decay and plague. Oil pulling naturally remove stains and whiten teeth and prevents microbial infection. Put a small scoop of coconut oil in your mouth, swish gently for 5 mins, spit into dust bin (oil can clog sinks), rinse mouth with water and brush teeth.
In 2014, WHO released a report that revealed conventional medicine in North America is entering a crisis period as antibiotics have become increasingly ineffective. They have found to reduce immunity and kill beneficial bacteria in the body. This has increased popularity among chinese medicine and homeopathy, that treat root causes of illness.
When walking through doorways, pause and take a deep breath. Ask yourself, how you’re feeling and if you’re carrying emotions that don’t belong to that place; Focus on one thing at a time, avoid multi-tasking; Picture your belly like a balloon. Slowly inflate while inhaling through your nose and deflate it while you exhale. Keep your breathing slow and steady.