Staying Calm and Being Safe….

I was supposed to be on a plane to Belgium this Tuesday to study with my homeopathic mentor in Europe, whom I’ve been studying with twice a year since October 2009. Now, unable to leave the country, I am here and open for appointments to help us move through this latest crisis.

Hysteria is thick in the air. I am taking every precaution to make my office a safe place to keep your body doing well.

From my former careers in colonics and as a wilderness EMT, I know about sanitization. I am running an Ozone filter all night long in my office. I have switched to paper cups, removed common cushions on the couch, and am wiping down every surface (couch, phone for credit cards, couch table, door surfaces and handles) with isopropyl alcohol after each client. Every client always gets their own sheets and I am washing everything in hot water. I am running an aromatherapy diffusor in the air. I have a hand sanitizer that I am spraying your hands with as you come into the office. And I am also spending a lot of time washing my hands between sessions and using paper towels. These precautions also sadly include not hugging people. 

If you are sick, you should stay home and rest up. You can cancel your appointment without a charge.

According to the Center for Disease Control, coronavirus symptoms of fever, cough, and shortness of breath may appear 2-14 days after exposure.  Most cases are mild. The immunocompromised are the most at risk. Emergency warning signs to get medical attention include difficulty breathing, persistent pain or pressure in the chest, new confusion or inability to arouse, bluish lips or face.” 1

1. Coronavirus Disease 2019 website

Here are a few simple and easy ways you can support your body during these challenging times to keep yourself staying calm and safe.

*Wash your hands with soap & water. (Singing happy birthday three times equals 30 seconds)
*Avoid touching eyes, nose, or mouth with unwashed hands
*Avoid close contact with people who are sick
*Beef up your personal practices – yoga, qi-gong, tai chi, meditation
*Don’t over-extend your energy; Rest when you are tired
*Get in Nature – go for walks, get your hands in your garden
*Stay away from work, school or other people if you become sick with respiratory symptoms like fever and cough
*Practice social distancing 
*Eat well, drink plenty of fluids
*Do steam inhalations to calm the nerves and fortify the lungs
*Avoid white sugar, alcohol, smoking & recreational drugs as these tax your system
*Eat high vitamin C fruits like kiwi, oranges, fresh lemon water
*Stock up on foods in the pantry in case stores have to shut down

Stay Calm Special

Between now and March 31st, purchase a package of three 60-minute treatments for only $225 (normally $300).  Gift Certificatesavailable for this special rate as well.

The Treasure of Homeopathy

The best form of defense for any issue is to be on a constitutional homeopathic remedy. True health is adaptability, and being able to stay healthy in all the circumstances of life. If you have been on the fence of wanting to do Classical Homeopathy, there is no better time but the present. Email or call for your complementary screening to see if homeopathic treatment is for you.

I am now available via FaceTime or Skype to take your homeopathic case.

Please forward this to any friends or family who may need help. I hope to be a resource to help you and your loved ones keep healthy.

Elizabeth Lakin CCHH, CCSP, NTS
voicemail: 707-583-2370

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