You wear your truth suit
November 10, 2011
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Your body is your truth suit
When new clients walk through our doors, I know in an instant what they need and what is missing from their lifestyle. As a trained Holistic Lifestyle Coach from the C.H.E.K Institute, we know what to look for as key signs for loss of health. We know if you are staying up too late, drinking too much alcohol, not drinking enough water, sitting too much, eating grains, eating too much sugar, etc… Pains are only a symptom of something that has been going wrong for quite a long time prior to the pain. Treating the pain and not the actual cause of the discomfort is why the Sick Care System doesn’t work (Health Care System). When new clients come in, I ask them not to tell me where they feel their pains because I don’t want it to distract me from finding the real problem. After my initial assessment, I have 100% accuracy in telling the client where they have pain based on measuring their posture. “If your not assessing, your guessing”. Doctors are great at guessing. People come to us and pay us to find a solution so guessing is out of the question. I would be doing a disservice to my clients if we do not do a full postural assessment, breathing assessment, and flexibility assessment.