Hadassah- ZenBeauty Coach
We understand that quality of life is important. It is our quest to help women stay healthier longer through lifestyle makeovers for disease prevention and even reversal in many cases. Our philosophy is as follows: Basic Principles of Traditional Naturopathy- In helping their clients, Traditional Naturopaths follow a number of basic principles. Among them are: 1·Do no harm- Primum non nocere (first do no harm) is part of the Hippocratic oath. Traditional Naturopaths do not use harmful substances, such as drugs and pharmaceuticals, and do not rely on potentially dangerous procedures, such as surgery. 2· Recognize the healing power of nature- Traditional Naturopaths understand that the body has an innate capacity for self-healing. They are equipped to educate their clients in setting up the proper external and internal environments so that healing will take place. 3· Find and eliminate the cause- All “dis-ease” has some kind of cause. Self-healing can occur when that cause has been eliminated. Traditional Naturopaths help clients evaluate their lifestyles, identify the cause of their problems, and take corrective action. 3· Teach health- Traditional Naturopaths teach their clients how to achieve and maintain good health. This empowers their clients and enables them to participate in the process of staying well. 4· Honor the total person- A person is never simply a headache, or a backache, or a sore throat. Unless there has been an injury, seldom does any problem occur in isolation. Traditional Naturopaths understand that people are physical, mental/emotional, and spiritual beings, and that one “dis-ease” affects all areas of life. 5· Prevent “dis-ease”- In teaching their clients how to achieve a state of balance, Traditional Naturopaths are helping them remain healthy into the future. Our approach to wellness is a journey of self mastery that is based on the total being. All that is required is your readiness and commitment. Once you are on your custom plan and are satisfied you can stop right there or continue the journey with spiritual growth.