Lighter Living: 3 Tips for Truly Healthy Holidays

By: Jennifer Salos, MS, CNC

As Glynda mentioned in her article last week, there’s a lot of pressure this time of year to “do it right”…

•  Sending holiday cards (Did I miss someone? Am I mailing these too late?…)

•  Buying the perfect gift for each person (What do I get for my kid’s teachers? How am I going to do all of this on my budget? Did I find each gift for the lowest price?…)

•  Figuring out the logistics of holiday get-togethers, without hurting anyone’s feelings (Can everyone do it on this day? What time? How can we also fit in a visit to…?)

That’s just the tip of the iceberg: it’s overwhelming. It’s easy to let one negative thought or experience snowball into anxiety, or dread, that the rest of your, day, week… will be overly difficult.

Overcoming a pattern of negative thinking takes practice; you’ll need to develop your mindfulness skills.

3 Ways to Change Your Outlook

How do you adjust your mindset? Proactively build positive-thinking actions into your day. Doing so, can make all of the difference in your outlook on things, especially if you also have depression, or even just a tendency to be pessimistic (and who doesn’t sometimes?).

1) Meditate. Relax your body and mind daily; start with just 5 minutes each day and work up to 20 minutes if you can. These days, it couldn’t be easier: just search YouTube for guided meditation and try a few until you find at least one video that has a voice, and message, that resonates for you.

Find a mantra that reinforces what you already believe is true in your life (e.g., “I find the joy in all things,” “Money flows to me freely and easily,” or “I enjoy a life of ease”) and incorporate it into your meditation. Getting into the feeling place of the mantra (statement) while meditating, reading, thinking, or saying it out loud, helps wire the brain to make it true.

You’ll be amazed how much calmer and more centered you feel throughout the day. Meditation is also a great thing to do with your kids before bedtime as an unwinding routine.

2) Make a list. Create a list of good things (big and small) that happened in 2018. Think about related unexpected outcomes (the ripple effect) of those good things on your list. When you’re feeling low, read the list for inspiration!

What’s #3 on Jennifer’s list? Read more to find out!…


Jennifer has a Master’s degree in Holistic Nutrition. She is also a nationally Certified Nutritional Consultant and Diplomat of the American Association of Nutritional Consultants.

Lighter Living: Stay Balanced during the Holidays…

By: Glynda Cullen, LMT, LE

As a Massage Therapist and Esthetician, a slow rhythm and steady flow are essential for me to maintain. Doing so, allows my guests to be calm and let go. But, these qualities aren’t just important for me.

A sense of inner peace and balance is important for all of us, and you can choose to cultivate calm for yourself.

Truly, anxiety and calm each seem to have their own rhythms, as does the natural world and our modern culture. The pace of our culture, although exhilarating at times, can be frenetic.

As winter approaches, it ushers in the light of a cheer-filled holiday season. It also seems to create a more upbeat tempo with my to-do list. But, the urge to create the perfect holiday can certainly send the most centered person (even me!) into a frenzy.

How do you find the peace?

I believe the answer can be found in the slowed pace found in nature. Think of the rhythmic flow of a gentle ocean wave as it pounds the sand, then recedes, and restores itself, only to return once again. A steady coming and going, moving out and going back within.

This quote, by ancient philosopher Lao Tzu, says it all: “Nature does not hurry, yet everything is accomplished.”

Cultivate a calm balance this holiday season by slowing down, connecting with nature, and finding joy in the small comforts of the season!


Glynda is a licensed Massage Therapist and a licensed Esthetician. She offers therapeutic massage and facial treatments (and after-hours appointments). Glynda is also trained in Ionic Foot Detox protocols.

Lighter Living: The Art of Meaningful Gift Giving

By: Cathy Logan, CHC, COT, CECP, CBCP

It’s that time of year again… when people run around making themselves crazy looking for the perfect gifts for everyone on their list.

I do it, too. It’s easy to get lost in the trappings versus the meaning of the season.

My kids always ask me what I want for Christmas. Some years ago, I was thinking about that and came to a few realizations.

First of all, gifts don’t need to cost a lot of money. Part of the stress of gift-giving is staying within budget; I’m not sure why we feel compelled to overspend. It’s needless, burdensome anguish.

Instead, I tell my kids to just put some thought into it. Thoughtfulness is number one in my book because, to me, it shows that you care. A beautiful photograph, something handmade, a CD with your favorite music… something they took the time to do or think about means the most.

As well, one of the most precious things you can give to anyone is the gift of your time. Sometimes all we really want is quality time with a loved one, having their undivided attention fills our souls.

In the hustle and bustle of everyday life those connections can fall by the wayside. When you give someone your time, you’re showing them that they matter to you and that you care.

Make the effort this holiday season to spend some quality time with at least one person you care about. Even just visiting someone for a few hours can make their holiday special.

My mother is 93 years old. She lives two hours away, but I make it a point to visit her for the weekend once a month. The minute I tell her I’m coming she is so happy! I know all she really wants for Christmas is for me to continue to visit regularly throughout the year.

If you do have the funds, another nice thing to do is to make a charitable donation in someone’s name. (This is especially true for the impossible-to-shop-for folks on your list.) There are so many wonderful charities to support. One year, a donation was made, in my name, to the Golden Retriever Rescue. Since I have two beloved Goldens, I thought this was a fabulous gift!

So, this holiday season think outside the gift-box. Yes, it’s easier to write a check or to order something online; but, the gifts that are long-lasting are the ones from the heart.

Wishing you all of the blessings of the holiday season, and good health and happiness in the New Year!


Cathy is a Certified Health Coach, a Certified ONDAMED® Technician, and a Certified Emotion Code® and Body Code® Practitioner. She is also trained in Ionic Foot Detox.

Getting to Know Us: Q&A with Patty

Patty Park, Administrative Assistant

What is your role at Chesapeake Holistic?

I answer phones and wait on clients; I really enjoy the interaction with our community. In addition, I order and stock products. I love repetitive tasks that focus and soothe me.

I’ve been doing office administration for 37 years, first with a company called General Business Services and later for the construction company my husband and I own.

At Chesapeake Holistic, my favorite part of the job is sharing my own experiences – when I feel there’s any way it can benefit someone (whether it encourages, comforts or makes them laugh or smile).

What was your first job? Monitoring burglar and fire alarms at ABC Security. The company belonged to my brother-in-law. I worked there for about three years, during high school, because I could do my homework while I literally sat there waiting for an alarm to go off.

If you could invite 3 people, dead or alive, to a dinner party, who would they be, and why? Donna, my best friend. I can never see her enough. And, I love gathering with my Chesapeake Holistic colleagues: they are soooo encouraging!

If you could win an Olympic medal for any sport, real or fake, what would it be? Baking! There is something about sinking my hands into a large bowl of homemade roll-dough that takes me close to heaven. It helps that it’s my husband’s grandmother’s recipe.

What’s your favorite book? Redeeming Love by Francine Rivers. It’s about a man who falls in love with a woman who was a prostitute and believes she is unlovable. Each time he thinks he has proven his love, she runs away; he keeps pursuing her until she finally sees herself the way he sees and loves her.

She learns to love herself and trust his love. It showed me that, no matter our life path, we can all be redeemed.

What’s the first career you dreamed of having as a kid? Becoming a wife and mother was the only dream I ever had. My four older sisters pushed for me to go to college because of my grades, yet I had no desire. I am very grateful I’ve actually lived my dream and have a wonderful husband, Steve, of 40 years and three grown, amazing sons and two grandkids.

What’s your favorite TV show or movie? Friends, I love to laugh!

What was your favorite subject in school? Creative Writing. I have quite an imagination.

At what job would you be terrible? Anything related to Art! I leave this to my daughter-in-law, who designs and makes jewelry.

When you’re not working, how do you like to spend your time?Sitting outside, reading a book. I love historical fiction: history revealed through the lives of real people.

Any upcoming travel plans? Heading for Nashville with my hubby. We have never been there, but enjoy trips were there is music and/or shows.

What is your most-used emoji? Anything with a smile. Although, lately, it’s been a tiny pink poodle!


Patty works with Jill (our office manager) to check clients in/out, schedule clients’ appointments with practitioners, and answer phones. She also does a lotof data entry, and handles most of our client-paperwork filing. As well, Patty co-manages our supplements inventory (ordering, receiving and organizing).

Lighter Living: Bring Light into Dark Winter Days

By: Lisa Manning, CST, CHt

So much of our daily experience, on this lovely planet of ours, is driven by what our senses perceive both on conscious and subconscious levels.

Winter is just one month away. As the days get shorter and the amount of natural light decreases, many of us will feel a corresponding drop of energy, with perhaps even an emotional slump.

Using Mindfulness to Combat the Winter Blues

You can use your understanding of the importance of sensory intake to hold onto the stores of summer’s fire and warmth, while also embracing the oncoming season of quiet and introspection.

Imagine a bright, cheerful room, a table beautifully set with fresh flowers and your favorite foods laid out for a leisurely lunch. Take a moment and let your imagination see the colors, feel the light and smell the tempting aromas. For some, it may be hard to actually visualize it but even the idea of this mental image should sound appealing!

In your mind, the scene could change to a beautiful sunset with the sights and sounds of nature gently fading into night mode. These, and many other sensory experiences, invoke a response whether you’re aware of it or not.

Scents, colors, sounds, and the influence of other people, directly impacts your mood, appetite, energy and thought processes. Beautiful, unexpected moments can take your breath away and equally stressful scenarios can stop any of us in our tracks.

This is just a snapshot of the sensory/perception/interpretation process. A basic understanding of it will help you adjust your seasonal self-care routines.

Here are some ways to draw more ‘light’ into the darker days of late autumn and winter:

1. Who said we need to wear black? Every color has its own vibration and unique impact on your body and emotions. I personally love the energetic neutrality of black, but playing with the color palate of your wardrobe can open up new avenues of inspiration and emotional expression.

2. Meditation (#thenewtravelagent). The subconscious doesn’t discriminate much between what is real and what is imagined. Anxiety, or imagined fears, have as much of an impact on you as an actual tiger chasing you down. Use this power for the light side of the force.

Close your eyes and envision a light-filled scenario full of peace and grace. You should include any and all of the details that your perfect vision needs. Your subconscious will send a message to your brain that, “Oh yeah, all is well and please shift my nervous system back to ‘rest and recover,’ thanks.”

3. Tend and befriend “the power of the tribe.” As the shorter days and colder temperatures drive all of us inward, it’s good to remember you are not alone. Candlelit dinners and planning quality friend-time can fill your need for human connection. A simple heartfelt hug stimulates an oxytocin release that can fill you with a sense of love and belonging.

Be well, let us know if we can help, and may you nurture the force of inner lightness within you!


Lisa is a Craniosacral and Myofascial Release Therapist. She’s also a Master Certified Hypnotherapist, specializing in Somato-Emotional Hypnosis to address chronic pain and anxiety. Lisa is trained in Ionic Foot Detox.

Lighter Living: Making Smart Holiday Food Choices

By: Carol Heckman, RN, CNHP, MH, CNC

November heralds the Holiday Season… We know it can be a challenging time when it comes to making good food choices!

Here are our top tips to help you plan healthy food choices at home, with family and friends, and on the road during the holidays:

1. Know before you go. Before going to gatherings, or to events, consider what food options may be available. Ask ahead about the menu to know what your options are. That way, you can plan your food choices from what is being offered.

2. Bring your own and some to share. Knowing what the menu is before you go will also let you know what to bring with you, if there aren’t enough healthy food choices. Bring a dish to the party that you can eat and make enough to share with others.

Or if traveling to someone’s home (especially if potluck isn’t welcome), bring a cooler with some of your own food items, so you have a safe stash. Stocked coolers are a great way to eat healthy snacks and meals on the road, too!

3. Eat before you go. Not sure what the food offerings will be? Consider eating before you go, so you’re full and not tempted to munch on poor choices. You’ll be able to enjoy more time socializing this way!

4. When in doubt, add in more veggies. At home or with family at events, think of making your plate half vegetables – mix cooked, steamed, roasted, raw. At social events, head to the veggie tray first. On the road, grab a salad option instead of a burger and fries. Don’t forget to think of salad bars at local grocery stores for healthy options.

5. Put a healthy twist on family favorites. If you’re cooking and hosting, putting a nutritious twist on some family favorites makes it healthier for everyone. Or, start a new menu tradition this year. For example, consider roasting veggies as a side instead of veggies with sauce, or put a green salad on the menu. If you need inspiration, check out the recipes in our newsletters!

Happy Holidays!!


Carol is a Registered Nurse, as well as a Certified Natural Health Practitioner, a Master Herbalist, and a Certified Nutritional Consultant.

Lighter Living: Do You Want to Quit Smoking?

By: Cathy Logan, CHC, COT, CECP, CBCP

Smoking is one of the most difficult addictions to break. It’s not just the nicotine, but the sense of comfort from the ritual of smoking that makes it so addictive. We get it.

The patch and nicotine gum can help, but these also come with potential side effects, including nausea, fever, abnormal dreams, anxiety, increased hunger, hives, and irregular heartbeat. I even know someone who had a blood vessel in her eye burst!

And, don’t get me started on smoking-cessation prescription medications, with side effects such as severe depression and disturbing dreams!

Quitting smoking by cutting down the number of cigarettes nearly never works. And doing it old school (cold turkey) leads to severe withdrawal symptoms. It’s more than just irritability, when you stop smoking, your internal systems that were affected by the nicotine all have to adjust – which is hard on your body.

We Can Help You Quit!

Did you know that ONDAMED can help you quit smoking?

This is big news for smokers out there: with our newly-enhanced protocol, you can be free of this addiction in just three, 60-minute sessions!

How? Nicotine consumption causes energetic disturbances that manifest primarily in the areas of the brain and spleen. Our STOP SMOKING protocol can identify if you’re experiencing these disturbances – and using the ONDAMED Biofeedback System, we biophysically harmonize these disturbed areas into a healthy, regulated state.

Smoking cessation with ONDAMED has been used worldwide with remarkable results, enabling people to live smoke-free lives.

Call our office today to get more information about this amazing protocol! And, ask about how ONDAMED can alleviate other addictions, too.


Cathy is a Certified Health Coach, a Certified ONDAMED® Technician, and a Certified Emotion Code® and Body Code® Practitioner. She is also trained in Ionic Foot Detox.

Lighter Living: Reducing Fall’s Toxic Load… How to Safely, Effectively Eliminate Toxins

By: Katherine Sale, MSW, MAc, LAc, CNC

Fall has finally arrived and, seasonally, it’s a time of “releasing and letting go.” Mother Nature is cleaning house and showing us the way she prepares for the impending winter months.

We watch as trees let go of their leaves, and winds and rains wash away accumulated decay and pollution. The weather is changing, too… it’s getting colder, while days grow shorter and nights grow longer. Clearly, life is slowing down from the exuberant activities of summer!

Why Detox In the Fall is Vital

For us, fall is also a time to let go of things in our lives that no longer serve us, including the toxic loads we’ve accumulated over the months. Our bodies are truly amazing but not invincible.

Did you know?… The Center for Disease Control (CDC) reports that up to 85% of all illnesses are caused by the toxins and pollutants in our bodies, which cause acid wastes to attack joints, tissues, muscles, organs and glands.

If your body’s organs of elimination (liver, lungs, kidneys and colon) are not functioning optimally, these toxins and acid wastes have nowhere to go, causing unwanted reactions, such as:

  • Headaches
  • Fatigue
  • Eye floaters
  • Sleep disruption
  • Lightheadedness
  • Muscle and joint pain/tension
  • Rashes or other skin disorders
  • Allergies/sinus problems
  • Body odor and/or bad breath
  • Stomach/intestinal issues (indigestion, nausea, gas, bloating, constipation or diarrhea)
  • And the list goes on…

This fall, make it a goal to achieve a low-toxin, alkaline environment in your body! Doing so, will help you to avoid disease while maintaining vitality as you age.

Do-it-yourself Rapid Detox

When you think about detoxification, though, what generally comes to mind? Nasty-tasting boxed cleanses and green drinks. Handfuls of OTC supplements and herbs from the local health food store. And, bland, highly-restrictive diets (from the Internet) for several weeks. This systemic DIY form of detoxification is designed to vigorously move toxins out of the liver, colon, etc. Right?

Well… depending on your current state of health, making rapid and radical changes to your diet, while adding internal cleanses and new supplements (not guided by a functional wellness and nutrition practitioner) often creates unwanted side effects that actually can be debilitating.

At-home detox methods may also simply dump toxic poisons into your bloodstream to create what many call a “healing crisis.” Crisis, yes… healing, no!

How Acupuncture Promotes Detoxification

An alternative way to gently encourage detoxification (in lieu of an internal systemic cleanse) is through Acupuncture, particularly an Acupuncture Detox protocol. This system uses points on the outer ear, which, in turn, directly stimulate your detox organs; at the same time, specific body points stimulate the energy pathways (meridians) through those organs.

Acupuncture Detox also reduces stress and releases endorphins, which restores clarity of thinking and a calming of your central nervous system. This method of Acupuncture acts as a guiding light for your system, while, simultaneously, balancing it out.

Taking Detox a Step Further: Ionic Foot Detox Baths

A great addition to the Acupuncture Detox protocol is to immediately have an Ionic Foot Detox bath. Ionic Foot Detox systems are a revolution in natural wellness, utilizing negative ions in ratio with positive ions to bring the body back to symbiosis. It helps to facilitate the alkalinization process through ionization, which removes free radicals from the body.

Although the innovative Ionic Foot Detox equipment Chesapeake Holistic uses is what we consider a “modern” invention, use of therapeutic magnets (magnetism) to create positive/negative ions has been used to accompany traditional Chinese medicinal methods for more than 2,000 years.

For example, a traditional detox approach is to apply pads containing herbal solutions to the soles of the feet prior to bedtime (to help draw-out toxic debris through the feet). The Ionic Foot Detox bath works much the same way as the foot pads, but more effectively.

Within seconds of placing your feet in the bath water, millions of ions enter your body and begin to neutralize these tissue acid wastes and encourage discharge through the lymph pores of your feet. Fat and mucous residues found in the water after an Ionic Foot Detox bath indicate (via color and consistency) the specific toxins that have left your body during the 20 to 30 minute session.

It’s not just our word for it (evaluating the foot bath water after a client session). A study performed in 2004 in Torreon, Mexico on participants with a variety of chronic conditions (e.g., diabetes, rheumatoid arthritis, migraine, and Landry-Guillain-Barré syndrome) found measurable substances such as glucose, urea and creatinine excreted in the bathwater. Pretty amazing, eh?

In the 15 years I have been combining the Acupuncture Detox protocol with the Ionic Foot Detox bath, in my Acupuncture practice, I have witnessed some remarkable results – particularly with clients suffering from joint pain, fibromyalgia, arthritis, sinus problems and even hormonal issues!

So Where Are These Toxins Coming From?

In March 2018, we launched a series of Wellness Is Worth It articles addressing the many indoor and outdoor environmental toxins to which we’re all exposed. (The first article, “Simple Ways to Detox Every Day” was authored by Jennifer Salos.)

On a daily basis, we’re surrounding by waves of harmful toxins and substances from a number of sources, such as:

  • Inhaling indoor pollution, including fumes from household cleaning products, air fresheners, carpets, paints, outgassing furniture, cigarette smoke, etc.
  • Ingesting non-organic and/or processed foods laced with pesticides, mold, preservatives, food dyes, artificial ingredients, and other chemicals.
  • Drinking tap water containing chemical disinfectants, fluoride, toxic runoff of pesticides and other chemicals, etc.
  • Absorbing toxins through the skin from body care products, hair dyes and shampoos, dry cleaning chemicals, detergents and fabric softeners, and more.

These are all in addition to factors such as incomplete digestion, poor metabolism and excesses in food and drink.

My best advice? Take care to limit the toxins you ingest, do what you can to limit your environmental exposure to toxins (there are other great articles in our blog on this topic), and schedule regular sessions of Chesapeake Holistic’s Acupuncture Detox with Ionic Foot Detox combined protocols.


Katherine is a Licensed, Board-Certified Acupuncturist, a Holistic Healthcare Practitioner, and an Integrative Energy Therapies Provider. She offers Acupuncture, Acupuncture Detox and Ionic Foot Detox at Chesapeake Holistic.

Getting to Know Us: Q&A with Jill

Jill Hannon, Office Manager

What is your role at Chesapeake Holistic? 

As the Office Manager, I oversee operations including: workflow; process development; scheduling; records management; bookkeeping; inventory (gift shop and supplements); and facility management.

I’m also responsible for our marketing efforts (web, Facebook, newsletter, brochures, etc.) and manage the consultants who help with that. To get all of this accomplished each day, I supervise Patty (our office assistant) who is a lifesaver!

What was your first job? I worked at the food counter of the local movie theater, where I could have all the free soda and popcorn I wanted! Back then, I ate popcorn and drank soda. 😉

If you could invite 3 people, dead or alive, to a dinner party, who would they be, and why? Eddie Vedder, so he could sing to me. He is my all-time favorite singer: I’m pretty gaga over him. Agatha Christie would be invited because I think she was brilliant; I would love to talk with her about her books and the mystery of her disappearance.

I’d also invite Marilyn Monroe. I think she knew a lot of secrets! I have read so many books about her connection to the Kennedys. And, I’d set a place for JFK, too, if I could throw in another dinner guest. I’m really into the conspiracy theories surrounding their deaths.

If you could win an Olympic medal for any sport, real or fake, what would it be? I totally don’t know how to answer this!

What’s your favorite book? I can’t narrow it to just one: The Thirteenth TaleDeath on the NileEast of Eden, and Gone with the Wind are just a few.

What’s the first career you dreamed of having as a kid? Veterinarian; I love animals.

What’s your favorite TV show or movie? The Bachelor or Bachelorette(my guilty pleasures). I also LOVE a good mystery!

What was your favorite subject in school? I had two: English and Journalism (I was yearbook editor my junior and senior years).

At what job would you be terrible? Anything involving public speaking!

Where do you most hope to visit? I’ve always wanted to visit Ireland.

What’s the best Halloween costume you’ve ever had? I was a groupie: my husband was Slash from Guns and Roses.

What do you give a damn about? Animal rights and rescue. I’m very passionate about that and support many animal rescues. I donate personally, and have organized many donation drives over the years. I’ve also volunteered at the Humane Society for years.

For what are you most grateful today? So many things: my job, my husband and the rest of my family, my dog Telly, and my kitty Gibby! I’m grateful for so many opportunities that I’ve been given that others have not.


Jill is our amazing Office Manager; she brings two decades of diverse client services and business management experience. Jill is very knowledgeable about holistic wellness and all of our protocols – if you have any questions about which of our services or specialists is right for you, call Jill!

Lighter Living: Introducing The Body Code®

Chesapeake Holistic’s newest wellness service!

By: Cathy Logan, CHC, COT, CECP, CBCP

You’ve likely read my articles about the many wellness benefits of The Emotion Code. I am happy to announce: I am now certified in The Body Code as well.

The Emotion Code vs. The Body Code

For those of you familiar with The Emotion Code, its benefits are woven into The Body Code, which takes healing to an even deeper level.

The Body Code goes beyond releasing trapped emotions to also identify and resolve imbalances in your body. It’s a healing protocol that’s safe and beneficial for every member of your family, young and old.

Because The Body Code is a more complex protocol than The Emotion Code, it does necessitate in-office (versus remote) sessions.

How Does It Work?

Your subconscious mind is like a computer system for your body. It knows exactly what you need to achieve symbiosis.

Similar to The Emotion Code, during your session, through specific questioning, charts and muscle-testing, we can get precise answers from your subconscious about body-system imbalances. Then, we’ll help restore equilibrium using the modern technology of therapeutic magnets.

The Benefits of The Body Code

The Body Code’s state-of-the-art healing technique addresses 6 different areas:

  • Energies. Removes damaging emotional and mental energies that become trapped during times of stress or trauma, via simple energy work.
  • Circuitry. Balances the body’s energy systems, including chakras and acupuncture meridians, and the energy circuits of organs and glands.
  • Toxicity. Identifies and addresses toxins that don’t necessarily show up on medical tests, as well as those that do.
  • Pathogens. Pinpoints destructive and often elusive infections easily, and provides necessary remedies to rid these from the body.
  • Structural. Remedies imbalances in the bones, organs, connective tissues, muscles and nerves (non- invasively), to gently restore stability to the physical body.
  • Nutritional. Finds nutrient deficiencies, imbalances such as dehydration, and/or need for certain foods or herbs.

The Body Code is so effective because it allows us to find (and quickly remove) specific imbalances in your body. Restoring balance encourages your body’s ability to self-heal, even after your session.

Some conditions The Body Code has helped include:

  • Pain of all types
  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Panic attacks
  • PTSD
  • Hormonal issues
  • Skin issues
  • Migraines
  • Chronic fatigue
  • Digestive problems
  • Weight management

Like The Emotion Code, The Body Code is pain free and fast with long-lasting results. What’s not to love?


Cathy is a Certified Health Coach, a Certified ONDAMED® Technician, and a Certified Emotion Code® and Body Code® Practitioner. She is also trained in Ionic Foot Detox.