Can you effect your multiple sclerosis for the better? Santa Cruz’s MS Self-Help Group of the National MS Society is holding a series called “Creating Health”.
The series includes skills to increase well-being and resilience by teaching the participants how to create healthy boundaries with others, reduce self-judgement, balance regret, release guilt and shame, complete the grief process, and increase emotional intelligence to name a few.
The series is based on Eva M Clark’s research study “The Effectiveness of Hypnotherapy in Treating MS”. The participants in the study and her private clients have documented decreases in incontinence, fatigue, pain, and spasms and reduction in their levels of anxiety and depression.
Additionally the series invites other practitioners of other modalities, such as a nutritional experts to teach ways of reducing inflammation in the body and a specialized yoga teacher to demonstrate adapted yoga poses.
- Intro – Creating Health in Multiple Sclerosis
- How to Heal from MS
- Remove Your Mental Toxicity
- Remove Your Physical Toxicity
- The Road to Health and How We Sabotage It
- Creating Gut Health
- Multiple Sclerosis and Stress
- What Causes MS
- Meal Plan for Healing the Environmental Triggers
- Managing Pain in Multiple Sclerosis
- Managing Pain and others Symptoms with CBD
- According to Traditional Chinese Medical Theory, what is the cause of MS?
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For individual sessions to create your personal journey back to health and become symptom-free of MS, don’t hesitate to call me at (415) 699-2574 or contact me here.
If you are following the series, please share your experience with others. Lets do this together.
This series is being recorded at the National MS Society Self-Help MS Group in Santa Cruz, CA. The National MS Society respects the rights of people with MS to obtain any and all information they want related to MS, including information on wellness, medical treatments or complementary therapies, and products or services. The information presented at these meeting does not necessarily reflect the views or official position of the Society, nor carry the endorsement or support of the NMSS.