The balance between our physical, emotional, mental and spiritual health is an ongoing journey. Finding the right tools and collaborator can be a challenge for women and their families.
Taking ownership of one’s health requires a holistic approach involving the care and support of our body, mind, emotions and spirit. The act of nourishing your body, energizing your brain, balancing your emotions, and reconnecting with your purpose, is worth the effort.
Our guest today has a passion for supporting women and all of the concerns they face with their physical, emotional, mental and spiritual health.
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