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Christine Beauchemin

Christine Beauchemin
Coach, Instructor, Practitioner

PHONE: 716-949-2348

EMAIL: cmbeauch@gmail.com

ADDRESS:

Orchard ParkNY
United States

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Christine Beauchemin

Chris’ passion for a holistic approach to healing has been a life long journey, but it was a personal health issue that set Chris on her true exploration for alternative therapies for herself and her family.  After attempts with supplements, diet and exercise left her yearning for something more, Chris began pursuing her education in the healing arts in 2004, studying Total Body Analysis.  In 2006 Chris added Quantum Touch to her repertoire and found that her ability to work with the energy of the body was most gratifying.  The improvements in her own health as well as her family members solidified her commitment to the process and subsequently she pursued advanced training in Quantum Touch, becoming a practitioner and instructor.  In 2013 Chris again expanded her skill set through The Wonder Method with Alain Herriott, and found it not only enhanced her success with clients, but it greatly improved her own quality of life.  She is now a certified practitioner and coach for The Wonder Method.

Chris’ intuitive abilities allow her to provide a personal and custom approach to each client.  Her enthusiasm and integration of modalities offers a unique experience to all.  Always aware of one’s innate potential for healing, Chris passionately guides others to discovering the power within to heal body, mind and spirit.  Chris sees clients in person and remotely for evaluation.  She also is available for group education and coaching to further enhance knowledge about the wonders of self-healing.

Thought for the Week

THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK

The Tao te Ching in Stephen Mitchells translation says in #2

When people see some things as beautiful, other things become ugly.  When people see some things as good, other things become bad.

Being and non-being create each other.  

Difficult and easy support each other.  Long and short define each other.

High and low depend on each other.  Before and after follow each other…….

Comparisons, in our lives we tend to compare most everything.  It is how we relate to different experiences and it is what underlies our need to Judge.  While these comparisons have their place, the need to be right or wrong, to justify an action, leads us deeper into drama vs balance.  The art of sensating is what allows us to move beyond the need to be right or wrong, to bypass the mind and enter being.  We invite you to feel the sensations that arise within you, especially when feeling conflict, and to let them change, evolve and in so doing allowing yourself to BE.

~Alain & Jody Herriott

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