Nurturing Your Inner Garden - Roxana Roshon, Naturotherapist, Ph.D.

Movement and Change

Posted February 2, 2017

One of the most important principles of the Mexica healing that Steve and I have learned is “movement and change”. Without movement and change we are stagnant. When we are stagnant, there is no growth or development.

It was six years ago at the end of February that I left the toxicology laboratory to move forward on my new life path. Since then, I have embraced change on a frequent basis.

At our Intuition Share in December, I asked the group “What do I need next?” and “How do I get a more consistent flow of clients?” The following day I had lunch with Dr. Michelle Cali and then I saw her new space the following day. This has lead me to take another leap forward. Starting in two weeks, on Wednesday February 15th, I am moving my healing and teaching practice to the Guelph Wellness House at 183 Norfolk Street. This century home has been beautifully renovated and has lots of natural light.

I look forward to seeing you there,