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Affordable way to learn TRE or keep you on track with your practice

Posted by LP User on Thursday, November 14, 2019,


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How to manage your stress, vicarious trauma symptoms as a healthcare provider

Posted by LP User on Thursday, November 14, 2019,


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How to handle exam stress

Posted by LP User on Monday, October 28, 2019,
If you are a gr 12 pupil currently writing exams, you may be feeling stressed! That feeling in your tummy that just wont go away, those headaches, needing the tiolet more than usual, feeling anxious, not being able to remember what youve just been studying. All these and many more are symptoms of stress. 

Its important to find a way to manage the stress in your body.

TRE is an easily learnt body technique that you can practice in between studying. Once youve been taught it, you can do this by y...
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Stress management and balance

Posted by LP User on Wednesday, October 23, 2019,
Managing your stress could be easier. Finding balance in your life could be possible. Managing your health and weight can be done.

The last 10 yrs of research has resulted in more effective therapies.

 The practices that I use are all being used to treat stress conditions. Before your stress becomes a condition, know there are new ways to help. 


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Stress management

Posted by LP User on Monday, October 21, 2019,
How stressed are you? What is your body trying to tell you? Headaches, aches and pains, anxiety? Excema, asthma, chronic fatigue, tiredness, depression, brain fog- are you overeating, drinking too much? Allow the combination of therapies I offer to help you shift this.

Your body can find balance again, weight loss can be experienced.You can feel calm yet alert and happy in your body and mind.

Some of my mentors.... Bruce Lipton, David Hakins, Lynne Mctaggart, Dr Joe Dispenza, Psych K, Gabor Mat...
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Dealing with stress as a new mom

Posted by LP User on Monday, September 15, 2014, In : Whats worked for me 
Anyone who has gone through the experience of being a new mom, will know the level of stress you experience on a moment to moment basis every day. This stress quite literally stays in your body and piles up, making an already almost unbearable state, totally overwhelming. So often then, this stress is felt in the body (headaches, sore back, insomnia, anxiety, depression). Because of my practice in TRE I have been able to manage this stress build up better. I'm quite sure that without these Te...
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A brief summary on eating disorders

Posted by LP User on Thursday, June 13, 2013, In : eating disorders 

http://blogs.sun.ac.za/mhic/files/2011/09/Eating-disorders.pdf

Stellenbosch professor describes the eating disorders and suggested treatments- inpatient treatment where possible but outpatient daily management is recommended.
Working with counsellors who understand the complex nature of haivng an eating disorder is essential.

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