New ther­a­pist at Raw Earth Foods

Treat­ment to ease phys­i­cal pain and nur­ture the soul

Isis Town and Country - - Front Page - Jodie Fair and Jodie Dixon Jodie.Dixon@isistc­

HEALTH­IER liv­ing can be made easy by mak­ing small changes to your diet, re­duc­ing pro­cessed foods and try­ing new foods.

Owner of Raw Earth Food John Wolfe said he is pleased to in­tro­duce a new ther­a­pist to his busi­ness.

Mr Wolfe and long time friend and part­ner Gypsy Sher­lock have worked to build a fam­ily of ex­pe­ri­enced ther­a­pists at their Churchill St busi­ness.

“We are now of­fer­ing a wide range of treat­ments to ease phys­i­cal pain and “nur­ture spir­i­tual well-be­ing,” Mr Wolfe said.

This month they have wel­comed a new ad­di­tion to the fam­ily with founder of Res­o­lu­tions 4 Life, An­nemarie De Seriere.

An­nemarie has a num­ber of treat­ments to of­fer in­clud­ing Bowen Ther­apy, Reiki, Cup­ping Ther­apy, Ther­a­peu­tic Mas­sage, Zen Shi­atsu, Hyp­nother­apy, Med­i­ta­tion and Per­sonal De­vel­op­ment Pro­grams.

She said for the past 11 years she has worked in aged, pal­lia­tive and dis­abil­ity care.

It was there when she re­alised the need for al­ter­na­tive reme­dies for all ages and walks of life.

Ms De Seriere’s skills in shar­ing and ad­vis­ing on self-em­pow­er­ment and per­sonal health care are in­formed by her own ex­pe­ri­ence, as she has had to deal with chronic pain her­self. Her pas­sion and knowl­edge have grown from this and put her on the path she fol­lows to­day.

“My mes­sage to oth­ers is ‘self-worth and self-care starts with you’,” she said.

Ms De Seriere. has plans of one day es­tab­lish­ing a med­i­ta­tion cen­tre and she has al­ready pub­lished two books.

The proud au­thor of Will to Won­der and Peace, Power and You, said you can pur­chased both books from Raw Earth Food.

Ms De Seriere. said to call into the store and book an ap­point­ment with her.

“I make my­self avail­able through the store on Mon­days and Wed­nes­days,” she said.

Or you can check out her web­site, res­o­lu­tion­ or fol­low her blog, will­towon­

Mr Wolfe said he is thrilled with the new ad­di­tion of the ser­vice and skills of Ms De Seriere.

“We are get­ting great sup­port from many in the com­mu­nity and I wel­come new ideas,” he said.

The store has been opened only a short time and has built up a chain of lo­cal grow­ers and sup­pli­ers.

“I pride my­self on qual­ity prod­ucts and I am al­ways stock­ing new items in the store; I do en­cour­age lo­cals to call in, plenty to see and sam­ple,” he said.

Mr Wolfe has formed a sup­port group that meet on a reg­u­lar ba­sis at the store, for fur­ther in­for­ma­tion call into the shop on Churchill St.

Raw Earth Food pride them­selves on pro­vid­ing an al­ter­na­tive to mod­ern liv­ing by of­fer­ing new age ther­a­pies and or­ganic liv­ing ideas.

“I have my own health is­sues and I un­der­stand the im­por­tance of mak­ing changes for a health­ier diet and life­style,” he said.

We are get­ting great sup­port from many in the com­mu­nity — Raw Earth Food owner John Wolfe


RAW DE­LIGHT: John Wolf and An­nemarie De Seriere.

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