Natural Helping Hands

A holistic approach to wellness and healing

 

I provide holistic guidance in all areas of natural wellness, stress management through holistic coaching and biofeedback, hair mineral analysis, youth services in massage and health coaching, infant/baby massage instruction, herbal education, and survival education for outdoor and everyday life.  I create an open window and a stepping stone on your path to better wellness awareness.

I am:

You see a dark gloomy cloud, I see a potential for life-giving release.

GOALS: AFFIRMATIONS: OWN YOUR OWN BODY

You can:

  • Get down to basics, learn the body as a whole
  • house clean (literally and in body)
  • build your body back to what it should be
  • visualize and make the vision a reality
  • take ownership of yourself
  • pay yourself first
  • change your external environment
  • be empowered (not dependent)
  • rediscover the amazing elements of self-healing which the Almighty provided on this Earth to assure humans enjoy vitality of mind, body and spirit.

Make a commitment to have better relationships, physical activity, spirituality, career, and body.

 

 


        IIN graduate in Health Coaching    Science and art of Herbology
 Infant massage USA member/CEIM instructor     Daybreak Massage certified therapist                  

 

 


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Timeline PhotosWhat is a sustainable ramp harvest?🌱🌱🌱🌱🌱🌱🌱🌱🌱🌱🌱𖦹 leaves only𖦹 no bulbs, folks!𖦹 one leaf per plant𖦹 from plants with 2+ leaves𖦹 from an abundant population𖦹 you have permission to harvest𖦹 harvest only what you will use𖦹 tread lightly—plants will thank ya𖦹 it should look like you weren’t there𖦹 plant ramp seeds in the fall𖦹 bulbs from @ruralaction in spring 𖦹 educate others to do the sameIf you love ramps, leave them in the ground! Did you know it takes one plant SEVEN years to reach reproductive maturity? Every bulb you dig is cutting short the life of the patch. It’s okay if you didn’t know before—share your newfound knowledge with others to prevent overharvest in your area.Ramps (Allium tricoccum) are on @unitedplantsavers To-Watch Species List due to their status as a threatened native medicinal plant. Over-harvest and poaching has decimated local populations to meet the demands of rising culinary popularity in big cities, annual ramp festivals across the eastern U.S., and surging local popularity among foragers and wildcrafters. When you see ramps for sale at the farmers market ask the seller how they source them. Don’t but ramps that aren’t sustainably sourced or that are harvested with bulbs. Replant fresh bulbs with rootlets!Bottom line, don’t harvest ramps unless you know what you’re doing. If not, leave ‘em alone. It shouldn’t look like you’ve been there at all. A modest leaf-only harvest ensures the patch is viable for years to come. I promise your ramp pesto will taste the same with leaves instead of bulbs—leaves are where the flavor is, folks.For more information on ramps and sustainable forest farming visit unitedplantsavers.org.#ohio#ramps#spring#foraging#wildfood#ephemerals#wildharvest#wildcrafting#rampseason#wildfoodlove#conservation ...
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