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Meet Maryellen LaBelle of Maryellen LaBelle in Lexington and Arlington

Today we’d like to introduce you to Maryellen LaBelle.

Maryellen, can you briefly walk us through your story – how you started and how you got to where you are today.
A teacher since 2006, I’m a certified qigong and yoga instructor, a Reiki Master, Thai Foot reflexologist and a Full Spectrum Energy Medicine practitioner. I passionately believe that there are many natural ways to heal and integrates Traditional Chinese Medicine into her unique approach to intuitively balance the body, mind, and spirit. Currently, I practice in New Hampshire, New York, Vermont, and Massachusetts.

Has it been a smooth road?
I think it’s important for me to share where my passion came from. Simply, I studied, learned and read many “self-help” books and created what I needed when I was at a turning point in my life. I knew I needed clarity, direction, and a plan. A few years ago, at a workshop, I heard myself saying “I’m lost and trying to find myself.” I felt tears slowly rolling down my face and realized I was tired of being confused and I was overwhelmed with fear and stress. But most of all, I knew that being a full-time mom, wife, daughter, friend, working 50+ hours in a high stressed management position, being on call 24 hours/365 day didn’t feel good and I knew life had more in store for me. If only I could find my way. . .

Well, I did change it up and it was scary. There have been ups and downs but I now feel connected with who I am, how to say no, have good boundaries and feel happy and present for me and the people I meet every day.

So let’s switch gears a bit and go into the Maryellen LaBelle story. Tell us more about the business.
My philosophy is exploring everyday concerns and creating a unique plan with my clients on how best to incorporate healthy choices for their desired, long-term, feel-good mind, body, and spirit. Many people are tired of feeling like they have lost their mojo, their spirit has left their body and they are trudging through their days. Through simple movements and breathwork, clients learn how to raise their vibration, release stress and feel calm and happy. Any or all of the modalities I practice may be mixed and matched for positive results.

I love what I do because it allows people to live a life filled with energy and tools to balance their life. It is so important to really listen and mutually find:
-tools to take control of your health
-teach them to learn and listen to messages from their body, and explore ways to grow inside and out.

In short, I’m an intuitive healer/teacher/guide and I work privately or in a class setting offers:
-a new perspective
-honest, clear communication
-a new understanding of how all parts of your life impact your health as a whole
-and hope.

My most successful clients are committed to their own health and healing and feel empowered to trust their bodies and flow through their days. I offer the services which help move energy to clear stress and let go of worry and reduce chronic pain. As we age, it’s important to focus on preventative practices to build resiliency and improve or maintain balance so we walk confidently and fill our days with fun.

How do you think the industry will change over the next decade?
As Albert Einstein stated so many years ago:
“Everything is energy and that’s all there is. Match the frequency of the reality you want and you cannot help but get that reality. It can be no other way. This is not philosophy. This is physics.”

It’s taking awhile for this theory to be applied with respect to healthcare and how our physical – emotional – spiritual makeup flows and the direct relationship with bringing energy into the right relationship. With hundreds of quantitative studies completed on the positive outcomes of energy practices like Reiki, qigong, massage, and meditation, adoption of these and other similar practices teaches us to apply preventative practices for optimal health and is becoming popular.

I believe that people will continue to explore these modalities and find ways to help themselves release stress, pain and sleep better because the results are proven and impressive.

Contact Info:

  • Address: Lexington, MA
  • Website: maryellenteach.com
  • Phone: 781.710.4325
  • Email: info@maryellenteach.com

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