Our Terms of Use and Privacy Policy have changed. We think you'll like them better this way.

CUTV News Radio spotlights Rochel Rittgers of Infinite Living

  • Broadcast in Self Help
CUTV News Radio

CUTV News Radio


Follow This Show

If you liked this show, you should follow CUTV News Radio.

Bettendorf, IA While traditional western medicine has its treatment protocols for nearly every potential injury, illness or disease, energy medicine expands the possibilities.

According to Rochel Rittgers, western medicine has not recognized the energetic meridian system. As a result they’re missing a significant aspect of the human body.

Rochel is the founder of Infinite Living, which is dedicated to supporting individuals on their journey toward realizing physical, emotional and spiritual health. Rochel describes her practice as a center for holistic experience and incorporates a variety of energy healing modalities to facilitate this process for her clients.

“Sometimes I describe myself as a personal trainer for the mind, body and spirit,” says Rochel. “It’s an integrative approach to addressing the complete person."

For over 30 years, Rochel had been involved in sports medicine, serving as a director of sports medicine in a collegiate setting. Though she no longer works directly in western medicine, today Rochel incorporates Qi Gong, Intensive Emotional Release Therapy and even StarGate into her practice. Furthermore, Rochel seeks to respectfully and effectively integrate concepts of western and eastern medicine into a whole-minded approach toward the complete health of each sacred client.

“I want to work alongside, and in harmony with, any allopathic care a client may also be receiving,” says Rochel. “It just makes me feel so good to affect these people’s lives in such amazing ways. We’re talking about healing that’s truly significant, meaningful and powerful.”

For more information on Infinite Living, visit www.infiniteliving.com