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Channeling good energy with skiing, natural therapies and fine spirits
By Jeremy Derksen for #SkiNorthAB
Having a tuning fork vibrating on your chest as you lie awash in yellow light, as Sandra Kathnelson is currently experiencing, may not intuitively sound like a way to reconnect to nature. But it’s all about good vibrations.
“What we’re doing is moving the energy in your body, so instead of it being kinked like a garden hose, it’s flowing properly,” explains Amber Howard, proprietor and therapist at Lighten Up Therapy in Vermilion. “When our bodies are at a low energy level, disease and illness can affect us. When we raise our energy and we are vibrating at a higher level, those things don’t affect us as much.” (Lighten Up also offers more traditional forms of therapy like massage.)
Did you know Vermilion has a Good Life Institute?