Keep Bouncing Back
"Our body has specific homeostatic controls, that when operating at optimal bring us our best. Proactive action for our physical resiliency is core to our personal ability to rise to our best."
for Optimal Health
Maintaining your tissue integrity and your ability to produce energy is key to your ability to
carry high-level responsibilities
interact with loved ones
join in social occasions
grow and age strong.
In the area of physical resiliency, Terrie's special skill and interest is in looking at how chronic exposures can lead to compromise in our ability to function.
Her unique speciality in the area of physical resiliency is to ensure entrepreneurs are primed for success.
She has seen too many people fall along the wayside due to a body that can't keep up with the enthusiasm for their work and commitment to deliver.
She specifically works with people who are not in need of clinical assistance and want to get the most out of their life at any age.
Terrie reads a unique panel of biochemistry. Conducted for each person individually then guides them on actions to take to proactively maintain tissue integrity and energy production.
Terrie still finds deep fascination in this specific area of consulting after 15years and now 35 years consulting in the wellbeing industry.
With this as part of her professional kit of knowledge, she knows her clients benefit greatly by:
ensuring their ability to function
reducing downtime, that results in lost income
Left unchecked, little things can sometimes continue in the same trajectory resulting in need of clinical intervention.
Terrie's work is preventative and proactive. Conducting wellbeing consultations to people interested in bringing out their physical best.
Along with her other qualifications and credentials Terrie mentored with H.L. Sam Queen to learn about toxic footprints and the seven sub-clinical signs that she uses within her individual biochemistry investigations. Sam sent her a lovely endorsement.
Plus, some nice words from clients about their progress.