May 2019 NEWS
It has been quite some time since my last News letter.
Although I found my self in hospital for a few days. (I nearly celebrated my birthday in Hospital). Never the less, I have kept busy, learning new skills, and reinforcing already gained skills. I also kept busy with visitors from Europe (took them on the canopy tour in Rotorua. What an experience...). In all I have lived my life to the fullest with its highs and its lows..... I trust that you have done the same
I now also work with horses.
Recently I have completed my Level 1 "Touch for Horses" with Denyse in Tauranga and should shortly complete my Level 2.
I am looking for Case Studies (10) as part of my training.
Do you have a horse that needs TLC? I would need to see your horse twice for about one hour and a half. You would need to be present and the horse be in a halter. Free of charge .
However if you reside away from Hamilton I would appreciate some petrol money.
Contact Jocelyne 021502095
Do remember that I work with small animals as well
Last month I completed a 5 days residential course on Orthobionomy and a 2 days course on Cranial Therapy with Luann Overmyer (advanced orthobionomy Instructor from the USA). It was just fantastic to learn so many new ways to work with the body in view of easing the aches, pains and unwell feelings.
Should you come and see me in the near future ask me about my new skills and experience my new ways of treating the body
To me the mouth is most important because what you put in your mouth will determine whether you will fell good or just unwell.
Do you realise that your organs are connected to your teeth? Each tooth has its connection to its individual organ. So next time you have a sore tooth, before going to your dentist have a look at what is this tooth connected to ( ie; the first 2 molars are connected to lung and colon. If they are aching....are you constipated or have you got a chest infection rather than a tooth infection).....
Your tongue is also a good barometer indicating if you are well or not . A normal tongue should look moist and fresh looking. Let say your tongue has a white coat over it this means that your metabolism needs some support Is the tip of your tongue more red that the rest of it or is it more red at the back of it, has it got crevasses, or ulcers......All this will reflect on the state of your general health.
Off Course your digestion starts in your mouth so if you do not use your mouth as it should (chewing food properly) this will have an impact in your whole digestion....and so it goes on.
The point of this snippet is: be more aware of your mouth health
In February I had the pleasure to have a cup of tea perched up a giant Rimu Tree some 22 metres above ground (and it was only half way up the tree). Quite an exhilarating experience sliding on numerous flying fox above the canopy of the forest. Yes I did the canopy tour in Rotorua. An experience well worth while (if you are not scared of hight) . The safety was primo . The guides were extremely friendly and supportive and as a big PLUS they also have a good knowledge of the ecology. They know their birds, their trees and explain very well the importance of keeping the native forest free of rats, stoats, opossum....In all it was such a great experience that I was wanting to share it with you even if it does not have a direct connection with what I do. However Having a good time goes a long way towards good health
Please note I will go away to Europe like every year end of August till mid October. So if you need to see me. Don't procrastinate too long. Make an online booking now. See you soon.
Please do not hesitate in making an online booking or text me at Jocelyne 021502095