Energy healing for health

Kirsten Reck helps to heal chronic fatigue with body consciousness modality.
Kirsten Reck helps to heal chronic fatigue with body consciousness modality. Warren Lynam

CHRONIC fatigue can strike anyone at any time - a fact Kirsten Reck learnt first-hand.

The Sunshine Beach woman suffered from the debilitating condition for eight years but has finally found a treatment that works for her.

"Finally, I came across Body Consciousness and after the first session I just knew 'yep, this is definitely going to be my path'," she said.

The awareness-based energy healing program teaches sufferers different techniques that allow them to communicate with their body.

Now, having been treated and professionally trained by Body Consciousness founder Jules O'Neill, Ms Reck is on a mission to heal others.

She's on the hunt for eight Chronic Fatigue sufferers to take part in a 12-week study program, which would involve weekly visits to her Sunshine Beach home.

Visit Mrs Reck's Facebook page, Loving YOUrself out of Chronic Fatigue, for more information.

Topics:  chronic fatigue health

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