In this Spiritual Sunday Flashback episode- we revisit one of my favorites with a guest that teaches us about healing and the importance of letting go of negative aspects of our lives with a unique technique. I hope you enjoy it as much as I did recording it. Myofascial Release, Integrative Nutrition, Holy Fire & Karuna Reiki what do all these things have in common? We have a conversation with about Death, loss, grief, legacy work, and living life to the fullest
My guest in this episode is Hemali Vora. She is an expert holistic practitioner, intuitive energy healer, and a spiritual mentor. With over two decades of working in healthcare field as a physical therapist, she has helped, coached and guided hundreds of patients, and their families deal with chronic illnesses, disabilities, and personal traumas. We are going to learn how through her own journey that was filled with immense grief, depression, traumas and health challenges; about intuitive guidance, about Death, loss, grief, legacy work, living life to the fullest.
Hemali is an avid traveler and a lifelong learner. Her intuitive guidance, experiences and curiosity has led her to learn many modalities like Myofascial Release, Integrative Nutrition, Holy Fire & Karuna Reiki. Having gone through her own journey filled with immense grief, depression, traumas and health challenges, she taps into her abundant tool box and integrates in her work. Hemali empowers clients to discover and embody their unique version of optimal mental, emotional, physical and spiritual health, allowing them to thrive and reach their greatest potential. She often speaks and is hosted at city and local government facilities on programs related to goal setting, nutrition and the importance of self-care to counter care-givers burn-outs, overwhelms and stress.
Hemali has taught all levels of Reiki courses to healthcare workers, caregivers and children to help them uncover their true gifts and talents. Her fascination with every aspect of life and death and dying inspired her to complete End of Life Doula training through the University of Vermont, Larner College of Medicine. She provides comprehensive support, comfort and guidance to the dying clients and their families with end of life transitions, legacy projects, preparations and through bereavement process. She educates communities on the importance of advance care planning for end of life to achieve comfort and peace at the end of life.
Hemali hosts virtual and online Death Café’s, a space to talk about death and dying. Through her energy and doula work, she has coached many caregivers who companioned their loved ones experiencing terminal illness and death. Hemali offers one-on-one & group sessions in her studio and through online webinars
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