You went home late but you need to wake up early. Annoyed by the sound of the alarm clock on your phone, you hesitantly turned the alarm off. But then you saw a bunch of messages, and as soon as you read them, you got stressed out . The day goes by and nothing seems to go your way. As a result, you became irritated, frustrated, and moody. It feels like our mood is relatively affected by our body’s actions. It’s a never-ending cycle and all you want is to break-free.
Most of us might have experienced this kind of situation. Trying to find joy in our achievements and success, we tend to work the hardest even if it means sacrificing our time, our bodies, and our health.
Please sit back and relax as you watch and listen to our full podcast episode with our guest, Alison Leitheiser, Founder of Inner Restoration, to share with us about the connection of our nervous system in our search to find genuine joy.
Everyone has their own challenges, but when I was 16, mine stopped me in my tracks! I had seizures, fatigue, organ damage and paralysis. I could not move from the neck down. A virus had gotten into my spinal cord and I became quadriplegic. Unwilling to accept my seat on the sidelines, I wanted to participate in life more and spent two decades learning and healing.
My experiences changed the course of my life as I found a passion for helping others find hope and healing. I started my road as an alternative health care practitioner in 2002, started my own clinical practice in 2009 and today I love working with people’s health challenges and helping them find their way to wellness. Now I want to give that experience of feeling better, help you to participate in life more and reclaim your health!
All of the products offered are designed to help you feel uplifted and to remind the people in your life how you’d like to be treated, to remind them to be uplifters.