Flower Essence Therapy is a wellness approach. You can apply a wellness approach toward your environment, community, career, belief systems, physical activities, self care, healthy eating, self esteem, and creative activities. Applying wellness in your everyday life will allow you to achieve your full potential and live with focus, passion and purpose.
Flower Essence Therapy sessions are designed to educate clients on the use of essences and to prepare individual treatment bottles that restore balance and vitality and help you bloom into your full potential.
Sessions are available in person at various locations in Chester County, PA online via Skype or by phone.
One on One Sessions: The initial session is one and one half hours, introduces clients to what the essences are, how they work, their origins and how to incorporate them into one’s health protocol. One hour is devoted to active listening to the constellation of emotions surrounding the client's concerns culminating with a description of flower essences indicated for an individual treatment bottle.
Each follow-up session is an hour long and involves discussion on transformations, active listening and a follow-up treatment bottle.
At the end of each session, the client leaves with a personal treatment bottle of essences designed to address the issues presented.
Individual treatment bottles help individuals move beyond the pain of past and current circumstances, be more responsive rather than reactive, feel confident about the future, experience balance at every level and live a more proactive and productive life. Clients generally experience a shift within the first bottle.
Corporate Wellness Programs: Workshops and Sessions are available as part of employee wellness programs. Corporate Programs result in enhanced productivity and employee relations. Previous venues include Siemens, Pfizer Pharmaceuticals, Lionville Natural Pharmacy, primary care facilities, dental offices, chiropractic centers, holistic health centers and engineering firms.
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Everything we feel and do relates to our well-being. Optimal wellness is a function of reducing stress, releasing the past and ensuring positive moments in your life. Dr. Bach understood the role of healing our emotions as a vital step in achieving maximum wellness.
Dr. Edward Bach was a bacteriologist and immunologist in London in the early 20th Century who observed a direct correlation between a patient's emotional state and disease in the physical body.
In his search for new, simpler and more natural medicines, beyond drugs and surgery, Dr. Bach departed his London medical practice to research botanical cures in the countryside of Wales, where he discovered the healing power of plant essences.
Upon his return to London, he prepared the 38 Bach Flower Essences® and prescribed them according to the personality of his patients, with immediate and remarkable results.
Each of the 38 Essences® addresses a different state of emotions/mind or personality type. In 1935, Dr. Bach shared his discoveries with the scientific community.
Historically, Paracelsus referred to plant essences in the 1500’s. They are not new discoveries, but uncovered ancient wisdom.
Can I take the Essences with my herbs or medication?
Yes. There are no contraindications with Essence Therapy. Since they work on an energetic level, they do not interfere with other forms of treatment. Flower essences actually enhance the effectiveness of other treatments.
Do I have to avoid mint or food before or after taking the essences?
No. You may take them with water, juice or food. Unlike other homeopathic preparations, one cannot anecdote or diminish their effectiveness in combination with other substances.
Can one have an allergic reaction to the Essences?
Essences are the energetic imprint of the flower. There is no plant material in the remedy and no chance of allergic reactions. Flower essences can actually help relieve allergic responses.
Can someone with an alcohol sensitivity take the Essences?
Yes. For those who are sensitive to alcohol, the Essences may be applied to pulse points on the wrists and temples or placed in a hot drink.
Are flower essences aromatherapy?
No. Aromatherapy works primarily through the senses. Flower essence therapy works through the energetic fields. Flower essences and aromatherapy work well together.
What happens if I take the wrong Flower Essence?
If the wrong essence, that is an essence that is not indicated in the situation, is taken, it simply will have no effect. The inappropriate Essence will not create another response. Essences also do not cancel each other out.
How will I know when to stop taking the essences? Can I get addicted to them?
One will stop taking the essences when they have completed their task of helping you release the reactivity and restoring balance. One usually starts forgetting to take them once the essences have accomplished their effect. There is no addictive quality about the essences. Once they restore balance, there is no further need for them.
Can I overdose?
One cannot overdose on the remedies. Conversely, two drops are as effective as the entire bottle.
Are the essences safe for children?
Yes, the Essences can be safely taken by pregnant and lactating women, babies, children, adults, elderly and pets – even plants have been known to benefit. Essences are completely safe and can be used any time, by the entire family.
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Anxiety and anger are hazardous to health. This article offers a selective review of research that illustrates how anxiety and anger increase vulnerability to illnesses, compromise the immune system, increase lipid levels, exacerbate pain, and increase the risk of death from cardiovascular disease and from all sources of death. Possible mechanisms for such effects are identified, including the role of cardiovascular reactivity. Finally, data are provided on Anxiety Management Training, a brief, structured psychological intervention that has proven effective in anxiety as well as anger management. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2016 APA, all rights reserved) Flower Essence Education