The body is a beautiful creation of God, and as the temple of the Holy Spirit, it is crucial we take our healing journey seriously.
Welcome to my journey
and thank you for including me in yours!
We may not understand why things happen, but I have graciously learned over the years that God either reveals the "why" behind the trials, teaches us understanding as we endure them, and always wants to heal us from the pain we faced. We have the ability through MBSR™ to address the trauma and pain we have endured and release the negative emotions associated with those traumas. The releasing of these discovered negative emotions through MBSR™ frees us to heal from the inside out, becoming whole and walking in joy again, just as God created us to do.
Life is hard
is always good!
MBSR™ is great for those seeking to:
Reduce the effects of stress and stressful triggers on the mind and body.
Enhance spiritual growth.
Create and foster healthier relationships.
Develop healthier boundaries.
Become aware of and more in control of what behaviors are driving actions.
Develop a deeper sense of love and self-compassion.
Experience more physical and emotional balance.
Enhance cognitive clarity and speed.
What clients are saying
My name is Satin (think fabric!). I am a BII THRIVER!! I had my breast implants for over 13 years while unbeknownst to me they were causing severe health issues due to the toxicity they introduced to my body. You may read/watch more about my story HERE. I explanted in September of 2020 and have been on a journey to regain my health by working with Holistic Health Practitioner and Breast Implant Illness and Detox Expert, Sarah Phillipe. As a result of my efforts I am healthier and happier than I've been in decades!
I am a newly certified Mind Body Spirit Release™ Practitioner excited to embark on this new journey of helping people heal from past trauma(s), grief as well as various life challenges and disappointments.
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