Physical, Mental, Emotional and Spiritual Well-being Techniques
Mar 01, 2020 09:00AM
Dr. Mary Jane Ward is accepting new clients to help them with stressful unresolved issues that may include an emotional or energetic component. She believes that NeuroEmotional Technique (NET) and The Body Talk system address Physical, Mental, Emotional and Spiritual (PMES) stressors. She recommends these practices that aided in her own healing after multiple other alternative methods failed to help.
The focus of NET is the correction of emotional stress (NET), toxins (homeopathics), biochemistry (nutrition) and structural (physical correction). NET received national recognition with an informative portrayal of the NET experience of character Dr. Owen Hunt for PTSD over three episodes on Grey’s Anatomy. In addition, Daniel Monti, M.D. and Andrew Newberg, M.D., head researchers for NET, appeared in the movie, What the Bleep!? Down the Rabbit Hole.
The BodyTalk System focuses on right and left brain balancing. It is energy medicine that recognizes the mind/body as a complex ecosystem that can get out of balance. “To sum it up the best I can,” says Dr. Ward, “working with people using The Body Talk System is like bringing the parts together that, when separated, created the fracture in the person’s PMES health. The next step involves balancing the right and left brain to those now reconnected parts via tapping.”
For more information on NET Research, visit OneFoundation.org. Dr. Ward, Chiropractor, 2405 N. Courtenay Pkwy A7, Merritt Island. To contact Dr. Ward, call 321-453-7005.