Ananda Healing Collective Shift s Toward Women’s Health and Healing
Ananda Healing Collective, a group of wellness practitioners dedicated to emotional, physical and spiritual therapies, has, since its rebranding in October, introduced several programs devoted to empowering women to live their authentic truths by guiding them through a healing journey that incorporates human design, CranioSacral Therapy, morphogenic testing, sound healing and yoga.
“Our goal at our clinic is to help individuals reach their potential by breaking through ancestral patterns that cause so much pain and suffering. We believe that we each are here to live a differentiated life and that each one of us has a specific purpose on this planet,” says Ananda Healing Collective owner and licensed acupuncturist Aubrey Poglajen.
Poglajen is trained in Chinese medicine, human design, CranioSacral Therapy and Morphogenic Testing. She focuses on ancestral healing in combination with her therapies. Alisyn Vermey, also of Ananda Healing Collective, holds a bachelors degree in Kinesiology and is a certified yoga teacher for children and adults. She focuses on mindful movement and breath, and she incorporates sound healing with Tibetan and crystal bowls.
Location: 4528 N. Oakland Ave., Shorewood. For more information, call 414-791-0303 or visit AnandaHealingCollective.com.
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