Healing for Wellness
What does it mean to be “well” or what does it mean to feel “whole”? These are two concepts that depend on what it means for you in your life. Working on wellness sometimes looks like routine preventative care; sometimes it looks like additional support “when you are going through something – a transition, a trauma, an illness;” sometimes wellness means a practice of connecting to Spirit or creating a container for the sacred – carved out just for you and your Spirit.
Supporting your wellness will always consider the many forces of your life: environment, relationships, nutrition, rest, passion, movement, and creativity. This work answers the questions, “what does being well look like for you?” and supports your ‘way of being.’ Wellness appointments have a strong foundation in empowerment work and resourcing.
There are a few goals that I hold for your session. I wish to offer you streamlined and clear intuitive information to help you gain clarity on the issue that we are working with. I wish to offer your energy system an opportunity to come back to balance through a treatment. And finally, I also wish to offer you resources to help maintain that balance and create a new baseline that allows you to continue to evolve your perspective and grow the capacity of your nervous and energetic systems.
Amelia did more for me in one session than 14 years of psychotherapy.