Detoxify with the Morphogenic Field Technique
Licensed acupuncturist Aubrey Poglajen of Ananda Healing Collective is offering Morphogenic Field Technique (MFT), an individualized test for detoxing the body. With MFT, individuals are tested for the energy imbalances in the body consisting of immune challenges, which can be viral, bacterial, mold/yeast/fungus or parasitic; toxins from environmental hazards such as pesticides, heavy metals, medication or food; and nutritional deficiencies.
Determining toxins helps the client move the body toward an open and balanced energy field. Ananda Healing Collective is offering an introductory special for $99 during January, which includes a one-hour initial consultation and a 30-minute MFT test. Poglajen is the owner of Ananda Healing Collective and is trained in Chinese medicine, CranioSacral Therapy and morphogenic testing. She focuses on ancestral healing with the combination of her therapies.
Location: 4528 N. Oakland Ave., Shorewood. For more information, call 414-791-0303, email Info@AnandaHealingCollective.com or visit AnandaHealingCollective.com.
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