“Teaching the Art of Healthy Self-Care”
LOS ANGELES, CA March 9, 2010-- WHOLE-
WHOLE-BODY WELLBEING is a program geared towards any individual who has actively participated in personal growth workshops/addiction recovery programs, and/or counseling but not confident in their ability to go forward in life without falling back into destructive/
WBW clients participate in one-on-one sessions that involve emotional and spiritual guidance along with nutritional and exercise recommendations to foster wellbeing. The WBW Program can train their clients in their home, gym or office and will go food shopping with them to help someone make those difficult healthy food choices. “It’s like having a personal trainer for the mind, body and soul where exercise and nutrition play an important role in achieving full body-balance”
“Many people go through years and even decades of therapy and recovery programs with no clue of how to move ahead in their lives because they are not aware of simple and practical day-to-day tools to face life, but that is what Whole-Body Wellbeing is geared to do. It is especially helpful for anyone associated with a 12 Step Recovery program. ”said Lindsey. “Your emotional and physical body responds to your thoughts/experiences and the food you put into it as either healthful or destructive. The WBW Program instills the notion in each individual that they have the ability to make a conscious choice in every moment to be in a healthful mode simply by how they choose to “respond” and not react to life situations” says Lindsey.
To learn more about the WHOLE-BODY WELLBEING PROGRAM and to schedule a free initial consultation or book an appointment, contact Sharon Lindsey at 310-306-7067. www.wholebodywellbeing.com
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WHOLE-BODY WELLBEING was Founded by Sharon R. Lindsey and teaches the art of “Healthy Self-Care” by strengthening the Emotional, Spiritual and Physical being through contemplation, exercise and nutrition. Individualized Wellbeing Programs are designed for each client trying to maintain their recovery from addictions, especially in 12 Step Programs. Ms. Lindsey's work has been used in hospitals, institutions and groups throughout California and described by Wray Herbert, former Editor of Psychology Today as “a breakthrough in the field”.