Online Aromatherapy Courses are Now Available!

In Aromatherapy, Featured, Natural Healing by Debra Reis

NEW! THESE ONLINE AROMATHERAPY COURSES ARE PACKED WITH USEFUL INFORMATION AND PRACTICAL APPLICATIONS Many of us use essential oils in our home or office setting. However, we may be hesitant to use essential oils for everyday health and wellness. Three online aromatherapy courses have been developed packed full with information and practical applications giving you confidence and competence to use …

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Supporting Cancer Care with Essential Oils

In Aromatherapy, Featured, STEP, Videos by Debra Reis

Aromatherapy is a popular support for many cancer survivors. Debra Reis discusses important safety facts to consider when using essential oils. Debra Reis identifies 2 reasons why safety is important regarding using essential oils with those who have a cancer diagnosis. She also shares 3 oils that are used in cancer care. Debra Reis offers The Supportive Therapy Engagement Program  …

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Soar to Success: Creating Supportive Therapies that Fill the Gap

In Aromatherapy, Featured, Healing Touch, Natural Healing, Nia, Relaxation Therapies by Debra Reis

Read Magazine Online Download PDF Article       – Debra Reis, RN, MSN Have you heard of treating side effects of medical procedures with supportive therapies? We hadn’t until becoming acquainted with Author, Speaker and Nurse Practitioner, Debra Reis, MSN. She shared with us that as a nurse, she had been working in clinical settings and had witnessed first-hand the …

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Goal Achievement – Truth or Consequence

In Featured, Videos by Debra Reis

I created this video for my business group around the first of the year.  As we enter the Easter season, I believe it is a great time to reevaluate goals.  Check out my video below about staying True to your goal or face the Consequence 🙂

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Relaxation with Meditation – It is Not All in Your Head!

In Featured, Natural Healing, Relaxation Therapies by Debra Reis

A recent study in JAMA reported that researchers from Johns Hopkins University evaluated effects of meditation practice in improving stress related outcomes such as anxiety, eating habits, sleep and pain.  They reviewed 47 trials with 3515 participants.  The investigators concluded that health providers and clinicians should be aware that meditation programs can result in small to moderate reductions of psychological …