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Do you want to know more about the holistic approach that can improve your sexual health, mind, body and spirit? When we have a healthy loving relationship with food, it improves all areas of our life. The food we take has a great impact on our bodies, on our energy and on our being as a whole.
In this episode, I have a very special guest Joanne Faulkner, a Shiatsu practitioner specialising in the energy of food in Traditional Chinese Medicine and runs a busy Shiatsu practice in Dublin, Ireland. She is the author of “Good Food: Better Sex” and “Shiatsu & the Art of Conscious Cooking”. Today, we will talk about food and its impact on our body.
So, get ready to listen through your heart!
REMEMBER – Our energy is always changing, we really need to listen to our body.
HIGHLIGHTS OF WHAT WE COVER DURING THIS EPISODE:
- How did she become a shiatsu practitioner and what is shiatsu?
- What the book “Good Food: Better Sex” is all about and why she wrote it?
- The five elements of traditional medicine and its connection to the body’s organs.
- Two key questions to ask yourself?
- How to start connecting with your own bodies?
Book by Joanne Faulkner:
Books Joanne Faulkner is reading and recommends:
Books mentioned by Patricia Lohan:
CONNECT WITH JOANNE FAULKNER:
“Just the same as you got blood that flows on to your body, you got energy that flows on to your body; just the same that you have energy that flows around your house and you don’t want it to get stuck in corners and bounced off different places, it’s the same within your body.” – Joanne Faulkner
“At the core in Chinese medicine, your sexual health is the key to your longevity and health.” – Joanne Faulkner
“There is no food stuff that is bad, it’s all about the dosage.” – Joanne Faulkner
“Everything in Chinese medicine is in service to the heart. The heart is the emperor of the body.” – Joanne Faulkner
“We connect with family over food, we connect with friends over food.” – Joanne Faulkner
“Where the attention goes, energy flows.” – Joanne Faulkner