We interviewed Kiya Hunter of the San Center in Phoenix, AZ about trusting your intuition. You can sign up for the replay below.

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Learning how to trust your intuition and uniqueness can be your greatest ally as a parent.

In this webinar, Kiya Hunter discusses how tuning within can shift the way your brain perceives the world.

By doing this and trusting your intuition, you can trust that you are making the best decision for yourself and your child.

Fear stops us from tapping into your intuition; physically, this means getting out of “fight, fright or flight”.

We discussed:

  • How to deal with information overload
  • Why taking care of yourself is the best thing you can do for your child
  • How you are exactly what your child needs
  • Why healing starts in the brain

 

Kiya Hunter is a Nationally Board Certified Acupuncturist with a combined 15 years of experience in body work and Traditional Chinese Medicine, currently practicing acupuncture, cupping, guasha and facial rejuvenation techniques.

Kiya Hunter has her Master’s in the Science of Acupuncture. She has been working in the holistic health care field for over a decade.

Kiya helps women who are tired of feeling anxious, stuck, and unwell.

She teaches you how to focus within instead of trying to control your external environment so you can create your optimal life. 

Date & Time

  • Thursday, August 29, 2019 1:00 pm