Webster describes it as “a deeply distressing or disturbing experience; and/or physical pain.”
That is, trauma can be physical or it can be emotional. Often times, it’s both.
We all, to varying degrees, experience trauma.
One all-too common type of trauma is that which arises from health issues.
Often times, people who experience a health-related trauma feel long-range effects—both physically and mentally. When our bodies hold onto trauma, it stunts or inhibits healing, and interferes with your ability to live a quality life.
Healing, both physically and emotionally, from trauma, takes work.
Based on my own personal experience healing from a significant, health-related trauma, and my studies that followed, I’ve designed a program to help you heal from trauma and feel your best again. You deserve to live a life full of love and abundance, regardless of the obstacles thrown in your way. If you would like to learn more about my personal story, please click here!