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Being Whole means to avoid diseases of old age, resolve physical ailments, eliminate emotional barriers, solve weight issues, and remove other obstacles. It means to be your best possible physical, emotional and spiritual self.*
The healthcare system manages diabetes, heart disease, arthritis, mental health issues and more. But after 25 years of supporting clinicians, I realized that disease management isn't enough to help people re-gain their lives.
I learned that everyone is capable, to some degree, of a greater Wholeness in body, soul and spirit. We can all reach more of our potential and dreams.
WholeBlue exists to teach you how.
The WholeBlue Living program helps you to reach more of your potential so you can live your dreams in two ways: A 10-week, interactive, video-based program of lessons focused on lifestyle interventions for better well-being; and that same content through a live webinar coupled with a separate Q&A session.
If you think you’re doomed to the illnesses of “old age” or chained to your genetics, check out this program. You may be able to reclaim your remaining years. You may still achieve your dreams.
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Too often we separate our bodies from our emotions, intellects and spirits. But we are whole beings. That headache you felt yesterday may have been caused by that work deadline, screaming child or traffic. We don’t often see the connections, but they’re there and they’re causing more problems than we often realize.
Through my spirit- and soul-care work started in 2015, I’ve seen years-long neck pain lifted from clients. I've seen life-long phobias gone in a day. I’ve seen addictions cease.
I can’t promise a cure, but I can promise help for the journey.