Holistically speaking

Tree of Life Holistic Healing Inc. owner and operator Karrie Bush believes in a holistic approach to self-care

Tree of Life Holistic Healing Inc. owner and operator Karrie Bush believes in a holistic approach to self-care.

A Reiki master, Bush provides traditional Japanese Reiki intended for mind and body well-being.

“It is an ancient method of healing, a holistic approach to balance the body and mind and it accelerates the body’s self-healing abilities,” she says.

Bush also offers sapphire abrasion and cold laser treatment, a crystal and suction-free system that uses vibration to painlessly abrade the outermost layers of the skin, revealing the healthier layers beneath.

Bush says the cold-light therapy is a non-invasive skin treatment that works well on scars, stretch marks, expression lines, toning and appearance that goes beyond a cosmetic change.

Bush says from her own experience and what she has seen in clients is increased self-confidence.

“When they come in for the skin treatments, they’re kind of shy, lacking a little self-confidence,” she says.

“When they are done the six treatments, it’s a transformation; you see them smiling and you see their light.”

Bush says the treatments are complemented by an organic skin care line.

“It’s all about health and well-being,” she says.

That leads to the Reiki treatments  Bush also provides.

“Reiki is excellent for healing any physical, mental, emotional and spiritual issue of any kind,” he says.

Tree of Life Holistic Inc. is located at 4-2425 Golf Course Dr. in the Blind Bay Marketplace next to the Shuswap Lake Golf Course  in Blind Bay.

Hours are 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday and on Saturdays by appointment.

Bush hosts an open house from 3 to 6 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 28.

 

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