Gail Sinclair is Master Hypnotherapist, Certified Nutritional Consultant, and Karuna Reiki® Master Teacher who shows you how to reduce your chronic pain.
Do you need to know how to manage your chronic pain? Want to reduce your stress and anxiety? Does your partner, office worker, or family member live with persistent pain?
At Thrive With Chronic Pain, you will find advice, tips, and pain management tools for individuals who are ready to feel better physically, mentally, and emotionally.
For over 20 years in my hypnosis, nutrition, and Reiki practice, I have helped clients make permanent changes. After becoming a Reiki practitioner in 2001, I gave sessions to men in a program designed to get them off of heroin and cocaine. All of them stated that they “felt more relaxed and less stressed” after their treatments.
I then had a couple of hypnosis sessions and not only felt more comfortable immediately, I was felt better for a while after the sessions were over!!! I wanted to add this to my skills I use with clients, so I took classes and become a Master Hypnotherapist.
Because I have many diseases that cause chronic pain, I understand that you need easy-to-use tools. You are busy with your life and therefore do not have hours each day to practice. These quick ideas and skills will help you reduce your discomfort and learn how to thrive.
Blogs – Focused information on pain-relieving ideas and tools.
Pain Management Tools – Chronic pain tools that help reduce pain if you use them. Let me know if there is a tool you want to include because this list will continue to grow.
Resources – Information on Organizations, Associations, Foundations, and Ideas.
To sum it all up, you need to ACT NOW and as a result, you can live a more pain-free life!!!
I am in awe and admiration for how you continue to find out how to thrive. Let me know how I may help you. Hugs!
Gail is a Master Hypnotherapist, Nutritional Consultant, and a Reiki Master Teacher. She has over 20 years in healing work and is an international award-winning speaker.
Gail lives in Portland, OR with her delightful husband, son, and cat. She can be found cooking, knitting, writing, and figuring out new ways to thrive with Trigeminal, and Occipital Neuralgia.
You can reach her at email@example.com.