Elevate Your Well-being with Structured Water, Lymph Movement, and Seasonal Renewal with Dr. Christine Schaffner
In this mini-episode, I dive into the fascinating world of hydration and how it affects our body’s physiology, discussing the concept of structured water and its role in our well-being. I also explores the importance of fascia, made up of structured water, in holding memory and emotions and how moving lymph and utilizing structural therapies can release stored emotional information.
As we embrace the refreshing energy of spring, I invite you to join me on this journey towards rejuvenation and self-improvement, exploring new ways to enhance our well-being.
Let’s lighten our load and enjoy spring’s renewal with these exciting insights and discoveries!
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Dr. Christine Schaffner is a board-certified Naturopathic Doctor who has helped thousands of people recover from chronic or complex illnesses. Through online summits, her Spectrum of Health podcast, the network of Immanence Health clinics, and renowned online programs, Dr. Schaffner goes beyond biological medicine, pulling from all systems of medicine and healing modalities–helping patients reclaim their wellness and reveal their brightest light.
Dr. Schaffner completed her undergraduate studies in Pre-medicine and Psychology at the University of Virginia in Charlottesville and her Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine at Bastyr University in Seattle, Washington.
With her diverse skill set, Dr. Schaffner seeks to improve access, outcomes, and recovery speed for patients struggling with chronic, complex, and mystery illnesses. Patients travel worldwide to reclaim their wellness using her Ecosystem & Terrain, Energy Analysis, Clear Blocks, and Optimize Flow (EECO) methodology.