You may not be able to change the past, but you can change the way you feel about it. That is one of the mantras of Linda King, the certified medical hypnotherapist behind Naturally Yours. Since 2001, she has used a technique dubbed the “Transformational Healing Method,” which helps her clients confront and alter physical and emotional aspects of their lives with the power of their subconscious minds. Linda is a member of the National Guild of Hypnotists and has helped many smokers kick the nicotine habit and many a shy person come out of their shell.
After more than 15 years working in medicine, Family Nurse Practitioner Dee Warner took her health-improving passion to Pure Homeopathy in 2012 to break free of standard short office visits. To do this, she now practices a method which includes using a blend of traditional and holistic medicine while also performing physical exams and ordering prescription medications when needed. Warner counters the conventional practice of placing labels on medical conditions by personalizing appointments and collecting information from her patients to create individualized treatment plans, which include changes to lifestyle and diet.
The clinic also specializes in homeopathy, where patients are guided through their weight loss goals with the help of Dr. Lisa Amerine, ND and a registered dietician. Massages are also offered from a certified massage therapist.
Acupuncturist and Chinese-herbal-medicine practitioner Stuart Dimson has a personal relationship with pain. After sustaining a work-related injury in 1992, his efforts to heal led him to receiving his first acupuncture treatment. It worked, and he hasn’t looked back since, changing his career to become a full-time acupuncturist. Today, Dimson works to share that relief with others at Awakening Acupuncture. Besides the eponymous procedure, the center’s other treatments, such as hypnotherapy and moxibustion, work to support clients’ inner balance and gently shake awake their own healing mechanisms. Dimson and his colleagues can also provide traditional Chinese herbal medicine to supplement sessions.
Hypnotism isn't mind control. During sessions at Inner Soundness, Certified Hypnotherapist Melove Tindall acts as a guide, leading clients into the depths of their own minds. By repeating a series of relaxing statements, she brings them into a focused, receptive waking state where they're able to make lasting changes in habits such as nail biting. Tindall doesn't just use these techniques to control negative thought patterns, though—she's also able to lead her clients toward greater creativity, tranquility, and performance at work or school.
At Rocky Mountain Holistic Healing Center, a team of experts in traditional and alternative medicine takes a multifaceted approach to wellness. A medical doctor and registered nurse can provide clinical support during weight-loss programs, and a certified herbalist offers insight on homeopathic remedies and nutritional therapy. To relieve aches and pains, a licensed acupuncturist and practitioner of oriental medicine unblocks bodily energy, and massage therapists, a yoga instructor, and an advanced rolfing practitioner use their expertise to loosen taut and double-knotted muscles. The team also includes a master reiki practitioner and certified clinical hypnotherapists ready to help clients overcome addiction or emotional difficulties.
The Denver location welcomes guests with exposed-brick walls and a large, Asian-inspired painting. A trickling water fountain soothes the senses, and a tranquil sand garden provides a private spot for reducing stress or returning a domesticated pet rock to the wild.
Traditional Chinese medicine is built on the belief that healing begins when the two forces at work within the body settle into equilibrium. The practitioners at Berkeley Community Acupuncture and Massage trust this holistic principle will overcome their modern patients’ afflictions just like it did for those who practiced it before “ouch” was even assigned a petroglyph. Their acupuncture and massage treatments cure pain and disease from the inside out, and whereas acupuncture enlists thin needles to rebalance the flow of energy through the body, massage does the same thing using gentle kneading motions. Clients can combine the techniques or select just one in order to help ease digestive and respiratory disorders or simply diminish the stress of daily life.