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The Partners in Health show was created to inform, educate and inspire the community to appreciate the benefits of healthy living, nutrition and exercise. In addition, we highlight business owners from various career fields to learn what makes them successful and to promote their products and services.

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As a child, Felicia D'Haiti had an interest in changing her environment, moving furniture, and changing the colors and art work in her room. This continuing passion combined with Felicia's advanced studies in Art, Art History and Education led her through several transformations and revelations about her own journeys of discovery and to her current mission of helping people clear the physical, mental, emotional and spiritual blockages that hold them back from living a life of freedom, balance and joy, to where their soul leads them. Join Partners in Health and Biz talk show host Gail Dixon and special guest, Felicia D'Haiti, Feng Shui and Soul Coach, Teacher, Educator and Contributing author of several best-selling books as Felicia shares how she works with clients to help them create balance and embrace positive healing energies in their bodies, minds and environments. Call into the studio with your questions and or comments: 347-945-7433.
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