Healing Session with Laura

Heal with Laura …

Laura Haskell is a Chinese Medical Qigong Practitioner and a Reiki Master.

She is also a Mind Body Spirit Practitioner.

Her approach is to combine connection with the heart, spirituality and intuition as a viable therapeutic approach to be integrated with western medicine.

Laura will listen to her clients with her heart as well as her intuition which is a form of inner wisdom.  It is like a small voice inside, a gut feeling, a hunch, a physical sensation or a dream.  It is a way of letting her know that something is out of sync.

Laura helps clients to get back in touch with their own intuition, their inner knowing, their true source.

Laura helps clients to see and understand that chronic physical and/or emotional pain is integrated with our belief systems.

Laura helps clients to understand that going through addiction, depression, stress, anxiety, etc., for example, is part of the process of a spiritual awakening and recovery from these conditions culminates in spiritual awakenings not found in these conditions.

Clients meeting with Laura have the opportunity to:

  1. Notice Their Beliefs
  2. Be In Their Body
  3. Sense Their Body’s Subtle Energy
  4. Ask for Inner Guidance
  5. Listen to Their Dreams

Mind Body Spirit Teachings with Energy Medicine

The wonderful thing about working with Laura is that she can also offer a medical qigong session that will clear your physical, energetic and spiritual fields of excessive, depleted or toxic qi.  The intent it to purge, tonify and regulate your organs so that you can feel more free and come home to your heart.

Laura combines:

  • inner smile
  • healing sounds
  • colour therapy
  • acupressure point therapy
  • Chinese massage therapy 
  • emotional freedom techniques

and so much more in her sessions.

Homework prescriptions such as:

  • meditations
  • prayers 
  • affirmations
  • qigong exercises
  • inner smile exercises
  • healing sound exercises 
  • massage point exercises

are provided to her clients to maintain their well-being.

Chinese Medical Qigong

Chinese Medical Qigong Therapy is used to treat many symptoms of dis-ease such as:

  • Liver
  • Heart
  • Stomach/Spleen
  • Lung
  • Kidney
  • Cancer
  • Miscellaneous (arthritis, vertigo, headaches, migraines, insomnia, multiple sclerosis, fibromyalgia, etc.)

Chinese Medical Qigong also provides therapy for issues involving pediatrics, geriatrics, gynecology, neurology, psychology, oncology and surgery.

Also, Laura will combine Chinese Medical Qigong therapy with the following:

Laura will work with you in person, by phone or skype.

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The Power of Touch

Monkeys choose a terry-cloth mother vs milk providing mother.  A famous study conducted by Harlow on Rhesus monkeys in America goes even further in demonstrating the primary importance of touch.

In the experiment, infant monkeys raised in the laboratory were given a choice of two surrogate mothers.  One was made of soft terry cloth and lit from behind with a light bulb for warmth.  The other mother was made of wire mesh, but possessed an artificial nipple which supplied milk.

Time and again the monkeys clung to the terry-cloth ‘mother’ for comfort rather then the milk-providing ‘mother’.  Only when the infants were extremely hungry would they be forced to make a brief dash for milk, scampering back to the comfort mother afterwards.

As babies, our most powerful experiences come through the communication of touch.  Through touch we reach out to explore the world around us.  We are also held, touched and cradled by people that love us.

The experiment also demonstrated that the power of touch is to healthy personality development and social skills.  These laboratory-raised monkeys were introduced to other monkeys of similar age but were totally unable to co-exist peacefully with them.

Touch is essential for stimulating our nervous system and promoting healthy physical development.  A large part of our self-definition and the way we feel about ourselves comes from the way we are held and touched by our parents.

Children who come from families where there is insufficient physical contact and tenderness may find it difficult to accept and value themselves.  They may have difficulty expressing themselves emotionally, and find it hard to form long-term, intimate relationships as adults.

Touch connects us to the outside world, brings people closer and weaves intimacy.

Touch