“In 2012, what started out as a chest cold and then running a race ended up as pneumonia. This left me flat on my back for at least 6 weeks.”
I had been on inhalers for years. I was affected by allergy season, experienced sports induced asthma and if I caught a cold, it inevitably went to my lungs.
My lungs were my Achilles heel.
In 2012, what started out as a chest cold and then running a race ended up as pneumonia. This left me flat on my back for at least 6 weeks.
In February 2019 I got quite sick with what I expect was once again pneumonia.
I did not want to take inhalers or any medication of any kind. I had heard about salt therapy rooms for alternative healing and was sure this would help me.
I was fortunate enough to find a private salt room.
I used it every second day for the first couple weeks then tapered off to once or twice a week and was able to have everything cleared up within weeks.
I knew then that I had to build one here is Saskatoon because I had no options when I was looking for one to use here in the city. Not just for my own use, but so others could use alternative healing avoiding the use of pharmaceuticals for respiratory illness.
Once I started researching it I realized the many other benefits of the room and how powerful it is for all round health and wellness and I use it everyday.
My vision is that everyone who enters this space feel safe, loved, cared for, served and uplifted in my presence.
More about me
I grew up on a farm in St. Louis, SK.
With a strong work ethic and the ability to connect easily with people I became one of Saskatchewan’s first females in the funeral profession where I still work 40 years later.
Outside of work, I volunteer for various charities, fundraisers and organizations and participate in seminars and classes to continue further my education.
I am a mother of two adult daughters.
I have been working with holistic healing modalities for several years. With my certifications I am trained to use many alternative-healing techniques: