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How Touch Can Heal Our Physical and Emotional Trauma

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Ronelle Wood is gifted in her chosen field of myofascial release and a woman of exceptional talent as a writer, teacher, mentor, and public speaker. She speaks to the heart of the desire of hundreds of client    Aeson Knight, the psychic coffee shop, Psychic, psychic readings, psychics, tarot, Tarot readings, tarot cards, Tarot reading, tarot reader, talk, Talk Radio,s, students, readers, and listeners to heal and rid themselves of pain as well as develop their own abilities to facilitate healing. She is a source of simple but life-­changing touch, wisdom, and words of inspiration that come from her own experience of healing physical, emotional, and spiritual pain. She sees that miracles can be achieved every day, and is dedicated to sharing with the world the truths she has learned. Once a speech pathologist with a Master’s Degree, Wood is now a respected authority on fascia and healing. After realizing that a high IQ couldn’t make pain go away, she found that her EQ (emotional intelligence) was even higher. She discovered through myofascial release and True Body™ alignment what she had never found in talk therapy, prescription drugs, or surgery. Wood’s methods are a hybrid called True Body™, combining the science of body mechanics with myofascial release. You might say it is a “mat to table” experience. Since 2008, clients have been traveling from all over the world to her Sanctuary in Ojai, California, for this unique combination of treatment and instruction, because it provides the results they’re looking for. Clients get long-­-term relief from such ailments as plantar fasciitis, rotator cuff tears, joint pain, knee surgery, back pain/injury/surgery, hip and knee replacement, pelvic floor disorder, and fibromyalgia.

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