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The New Paradigm Of Medicine

The New Paradigm of Medicine

New Paradigm of Medicine

New Paradigm of Medicine

The ancient and the modern are merging and a resurgence of vitalism in medicine is gaining momentum. Energy medicine, also known as frequency medicine, is both our past and, thanks to advances in technologies, our future as well. Along with the healing power of sound and light and with it comes the the wisdom of Traditional Western Herbalism, Traditional Chinese Medicine, Ayurveda, Homeopathy, and Orthomolecular Medicine.  Advances in cosmology, consciousness and physics are paving the way for simultaneous advances in medicine and our understanding of epigenetics, mitochondria, psychoneuroimmunology, movement mechanics and so forth. As the old mechanistic paradigm of allopahtic medicine declines in popularity, in part as a result of iatrogenics and over-prescribed drugs, a new paradigm awaits and a wholesome, healing future is already here! Join Stephinity, as she presents the science and philosophy of the new medicines, as well as some simple biophysical techniques and nutritional suggestions for optimal living.

Biography:

Stephinity has been a truth seeker and researcher for most of her life and is currently enrolled at IBEM to receive a dual-doctorates in both Natural Medicine and BioEnergy Medicine. Her practice, Your Body Electric, LLC is a full-spectrum, integrative and holistic practice that focuses on frequency medicine utilizing neo-biofeedback, auricular therapy, energy psychology, herbs, oils, supplements, movement and detox. She is certified to practice Biofeedback and Auricular Therapy, carries a B.A. in Philosophy and Religious Studies with two additional years focus on Biochemistry.  She is also a certified 200-hr RYT in Hatha Yoga, Kriya Yoga, Reiki I & II, and will soon be completing her psychotherapy boards and master herbalist certifications.  She has spent much of her adult life as professional movement artist and dance instructor and she is excited to share two decades of research and movement mechanics.

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