The Way of the Heart for Balance and Wellbeing
You need to love yourself to thrive and grow.
You need to love and nurture yourself to maintain your health and wellbeing!
Date: Sunday, May 26, 2019
Time: 11:00 am – 1:00 pm
Fee: $35 + GST
Location: White Lotus Divine Healing, 2607 Saint John’s St, Port Moody
Space is limited to 5 participants.
Please reserve by phone through the store 604-937-5540 or on-line through Schedulicity
If all 5 spaces are filled, please ask to go on the waiting list.
Did you know…….
- According to Statistics Canada – 1 in 3 Canadians, 15 years and older spend approximately 3 hours per day caring for a relative or friend with a chronic condition. (In other words, 1 in 3 Canadians are caregivers)
- According to the Family Caregiver Alliance – caregivers report chronic conditions including heart attack, heart disease, cancer, diabetes and arthritis at nearly twice the rate of non-caregivers (45% vs. 24%) and caregivers also suffer from increased rates of physical ailments including acid reflux and headaches.
Care providers need to care for themselves so they are able to care for others.
The Way of the Heart – Love
When oxygen masks drop down in the plane cabin, you are instructed to place one over your nose first.
If you pass out, who will support those who need your help. Those who are unable to fend for themselves.
We all Need to Love ourselves!
Loving yourself is the oxygen mask.
When you love yourself, you are stronger and more resilient.
Loving yourself is the single most important thing you can do for yourself.
Loving yourself is the single most important thing you can do for those you love and care for.
- Understanding the way of your heart – Love
- Physically Balancing the Heart Meridian
- Learining about your Heart Chakra
- Exercise to relax and release what no longer serves you.
- Regaining your balance including an exercise to balance the Heart Chakra.
Certificate of participation with your personalized agreement to continue to love yourself
I am a complementary care provider. I am not licensed Medical Professional.
All the services provided by complementary care providers are, as the name suggests, complementary to and do not replace the prescribed treatment of a licensed Medical Professional.