The Body, Mind and Spirit Garden

The Body, Mind and Spirit Garden Plant three rows of peas: Peace of mind Peace of heart Peace of soul Plant four rows of squash: Squash gossip Squash indifference Squash grumbling Squash selfishness No garden should be without turnips: Turnip for service when needed Turnip to help one another Turnip the music and dance Water…read more.

You Jumped, Now Dust Yourself Off and Get Back Up

Last month, we talked about jumping off the merry-go-round of making New Year’s Resolutions because they often lead to disappointment. We talked about building on a foundation of self-care for better health:  mentally, physically, emotionally, and spiritually. Have you tried self-care and still didn’t get the results you wanted? Did you say, “I’m going to…read more.

Jumping Off the Merry-Go-Round

It is time to move off the merry-go-round that keeps circling. I have never been successful at New Year’s Resolutions. Those resolutions create stress, guilt and feeling failure of broken promises. The year of 2020, is the time to build from 2019. Build on the foundation I have already created in my evolution and lifestyle.…read more.

The Season of Gratitude: Expanding Spiritual Awareness

I am grateful for the beautiful colors of the leaves on the trees this year, as we experience autumn changing into winter. Offering gratitude for these changes assists me in feeling better about the approaching weather changes. Besides winter coming, we are now approaching the season of gratitude. This is the time of year that…read more.

Celebration and Gratitude to you!

Terri & sisters
This month, September, I celebrate 22 years in private practice, full time, as a Holistic Nurse. It’s hard to believe so many years have passed. I love being of service and resource to clients and the community, where I can offer healing with a variety of Holistic Health therapies…

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In Gratitude to You!

mums and pumpkin
I began my practice in Holistic Nursing in 1990. My passion is to be of service to people. It is through the motivation you have for your health that makes it possible for me to serve you as a Holistic Nurse every day. Thank you very much, and have a wonderful, grateful holiday!