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In this complex and fast-paced world we live in, many are searching for “alternative answers”. Ways to make us a better person to others, as well as, a “whole person” to ourselves.
Alternative, Complementary, Holistic medicines and beliefs are a numerous collection of theories and practices. There is much to be learned from the healing philosophies and techniques of other cultures. Our bodies are natural healing machines that can do unbelievable things! It is important to pay attention to the innate ways of nature and encourage the body’s own healing mechanisms. The key to personal health lies with each of us individually.
The “Cross Training” Support Program ® was developed by Andrew Pacholyk, MS, L.Ac as a multi-layered health system for healing. This great resource is for those looking for a sensible and rational easy-to-use guide to the best researched alternative therapies. Developed and referenced from the foremost experts on nutrition, herbs, acupuncture, exercise, homeopathy, touch therapies and the metaphysical arts, this program allows one to use an “across the board” method in health and healing.
The following maladies are all situations that can benefit from a “cross training” of therapies and support. From acupuncture, herbs, exercises and nutrition to such treatments as homeopathy, massage and lifestyle changes are combinations of therapies that have shown to help in many situations. These “Complementary Therapies” are the ‘cross training program’ of Alternative Medicine and a great place to start on your healing journey.
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