About twenty years ago I decided that I wanted to take a role in the beauty industry..I didn't grow up as feeling as a beautiful swan but more like an ugly duckling. So with that you can imagine how I took to my first career as a hairstylist after seeing on my own self how actually with the right makeup and hair I was feeling transformed. http://www.attramp.com/
Well I now enjoy helping people look and feel beautiful inside and out..see what some clients are saying in my testimonials...
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Not only did that happen but I only wanted to be around beautiful people! So I had to help people do just that! The only thing is even with all the transformations and exterior facades, I just didn't feel pretty.
Well fast forward some 10- 12 years and I started learning a little about self realization and inner transformation in my quest for peace and happiness. Well guess what I was glowing! All the make up and color and highlights in the world couldn't do that!
That is not to say let yourself go because all that stuff can be important also in helping you look and feel good about yourself but the true inner stuff is really what shows and comes out at the end of the day!
That inner journey took me learning about a Eastern healing work called Jyn Shin Jytusu that helps harmonize the body and in doing so I noticed once more in working with my clients how the inner beauty just shines!
WHAT IS JIN SHIN JYUTSU®
Jin Shin Jyutsu is a healing art with a history of over 5,000 years and it means “the art of the creator through compassionate man”. The healing art that those words represent is based upon our own natural, innate ability to harmonize ourselves. For thousands of years, ancient peoples used this awareness to heal both themselves and others.
Over times this awareness was all but forgotten until a Japanese sage named Jiro Murai rediscovered Jin Shin Jyutsu in the early part of the twentieth century. His 3 key students included Mary Burmeister (a Japanese American), her father and Haruki Kato. Mary Burmeister brought the art from Japan to America in 1954 and through her teachings, books and thousands of classes held around the world this awareness continues to grow. Today, over 13,000 practice this art with the main office in Scotsdale, Arizona.
I continue learning and growing and I hope to share with you all the amazing ways that Beauty comes within Wellness!
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