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May 08th 2018:How trauma impacts our emotional system and internal organs

Trauma stress gets stored in our bodies and affects our internal organs and mental, emotional and physical functioning. Acupuncturist, Ward Willison, owner of All Body Care in Kelowna British Columbia, speaks about how suppressed emotions "show up" as disease and disorder in our organs and how acupuncture can help move energy though the body to promote health and well-being. When emotions are not ex-pressed they become de-pressed.... in the body! Acupuncture is a catalyst for moving the vital life force, Qi (pronounced 'chee') through the body propelling chemicals in the brain to discharge em

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Ward Willison

Ward Willison R.Ac, has spent a long time in the trauma world. For the first 25 years he was the one being traumatized and for the last 25 years he has helped people with all kinds of trauma. A Registered Acupuncturist, a degree in Chinese Medicine and several diplomas in Specialized Kinesiology has given him a different perspective on wellness than the normally trained Western Therapist. Like all challenges, emotions and feelings are complicated and having an array of solutions to help people go through them is great. Chinese Medicine has guidelines for what emotions affect what organs and systems. It gives a very different perspective to illness and injuries than most of us are used to
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