If you missed last month’s workshop on Chinese Reflexology for Colds, there are now two ways for you to learn how to get over a cold faster and stay healthy even if everyone around you is sneezing and coughing. The recording for the workshop is now available online and I just published a self-study guide on Cold Recovery and Prevention.
With Spring’s arrival, this is the time of year when people are most likely to get sick. The changing seasons and wild fluctuations in outside temperatures confuse our bodies. As well, shifting weather patterns are always accompanied by wind—which is one of the six pernicious (Google that for your word of the day!) influences in Chinese Medicine. Basically, it’s easy to get sick because our bodies’ defenses are scattered and cold bugs are plentiful.
I’m proud to release my first ever self-study guide on Cold Recovery and Prevention. The guide includes an 8-minute tutorial video demonstrating each of the Chinese Reflexology points for boosting your body’s Qi (energy) to get over a cold fast naturally. Plus, you can download a mobile version of the guide to use with your smartphone or tablet.
It’s a fast and easy way to learn and it’s only $19.95.
To celebrate this new release, the guide is ON SALE FOR THE ENTIRE MONTH OF MARCH. Save $5 and pay only $14.95 if you purchase your copy this month.
For $14.95, you could buy some over-the-counter cough medicine that masks symptoms, but still leaves you sick… or you could empower yourself for life :).
P.S. A recording of the workshop is also available. The workshop includes how to use the Chinese Reflexology cold routine with children and the opportunity to get your questions answered. If you prefer more in depth learning, click here to purchase access to the workshop. The savings code: MARCH5 will save you $5 off the workshop recording.
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