Quit Smoking Melbourne Holistic Health Alternative Therapy Services Launched

Melbourne Holistic Therapy Centre, Holistic Health Melbourne, announced that it provides effective holistic therapy sessions for clients looking to quit smoking permanently.

Melbourne, Australia - May 15, 2019 /PressCable/ —

Holistic Health, an alternative therapy centre based in Melbourne, launched an updated range of services for clients interested in an effective way to quit smoking. Based on established holistic principles targeting the key causes of smoking, the therapies and insights provided by the Melbourne holistic clinic are designed to help clients develop effective strategies to quit smoking permanently.

More information can be found at http://holistichealthmelb.com.au/ready-to-quit

According to recent surveys, more than one billion people worldwide are cigarette smokers, making smoking one of the most important public health concerns. While the negative health effects of smoking are commonly acknowledged by many smokers, stopping smoking can be extremely difficult.

The holistic approached used by Holistic Health aims to identify and address the root causes of smoking, rather than merely finding unhealthy nicotine replacements.

The single two hour therapy session with the smoking cessation expert, Keren Wigley, provides clients with a thorough understanding of the reasons behind their drive to smoke.

Keren also helps clients re-gain control of their behavior by dispelling a series of commonly held beliefs and myths about smoking and offering a professional hypnotherapy session, with the ultimate goal of empowering her clients to quit smoking and lead happier, healthier and more productive lives.

With the recent update, the Melbourne holistic health clinic continues to diversify its range of services for clients in Melbourne and the surrounding areas.

An expert Holistic Health practitioner, Kinesiologist, Spiritual Development teacher and Accredited Reiki Master and Teacher of Meditation, Keren Wigley has helped numerous clients achieve their unique health and lifestyle goals.

A satisfied client said: “After several unsuccessful attempts over a fifteen year period to quit smoking in the past, I was amazed at how wonderfully easy, satisfying and enjoyable the Quit session was in setting me free from the nicotine prison and gaining my life and power back. I can honestly say after our session that cigarettes are no longer on my radar.”

Interested parties can find more information by visiting the above-mentioned website.

Contact Info:
Name: Karen
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Organization: Holistic Health
Address: Suite 511/370 St Kilda Rd, Melbourne VIC 3004, Melbourne, Victoria 3004, Australia
Phone: +61-409-706-727
Website: http://holistichealthmelb.com.au

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 512656

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