integrative approach to the women's wellness
Holistic therapies are practices that address the person in terms of their mind, spirit, and body. It is all intertwined and it can promote awareness of these connections between the mind, body, and spirit using a number of different techniques.
The purpose is to help you to develop a much deeper understanding of yourself at all levels. In the end, it can often lead to improved self-esteem and self-awareness. Holistic therapies are great complementary treatments that can add some effectiveness to standard treatments for psychological and even physical conditions.
Akashic Records Reading
Connecting with your soul's library
During the Akashic records reading session we will open the doors of your soul's library. In this circled space, information from the past, present and potential future might be available to be discovered. One of the most powerful holistic therapies.
Digging to the matrix
The ThetaHealing technique is a world renown healing method that was created by Vianna Stibal. We believe by changing your brain wave cycle to include the “Theta” state, you can actually watch the Creator Of All That Is create instantaneous physical and emotional wellbeing.
The universal life energy
Reiki is a Japanese technique for stress reduction and relaxation that also promotes healing. It is administered by "laying on hands" and is based on the idea that an unseen "life force energy" flows through us and is what causes us to be alive.
Discovering your deepest needs
Our direct connection with our subconscious
Sleeping dreams are always messages. They are divine communication. A healing tool. Direct communication between us and our soul.
Oracles and Tarot
Asking the cards
Oracles offers possibilities for you to clear up your perspective and reach your goals. It puts light on the points that should be looked at with more
attention and affection.
Beliefs and magick
Living in communion with my purpose is one of my deepest beliefs. Part of this is to perform rituals. Ancient people ritualized important passages of life and unfortunately we have lost this practice. At Ventre I call it back and invite you to do the same.