New Ballston Spa resident and business owner Suzanne Golub wants to help people achieve the healthiest and best version of themselves.
She has integrated both of her specialties to provide a holistic approach to health and healing. She is a reiki master and certified holistic health coach and offers services through both of her businesses, Shaanti Energy Healing and Life in Balance.
Shaanti Energy Healing offers reiki healing sessions, a way to manage stress, re-energize and re-align the body. Reiki is an ancient Japanese art of energy healing, where the practitioner uses their hands to channel the recipient’s energy flow and open any blockages.
Golub said blockages can occur from physical illness, stress, emotional upset and other factors. Reiki is used widely to complement traditional medical and alternative treatments, including pre and post-surgery and during chemotherapy. The recipient lays on a massage table fully clothed and the practitioner moves around the body holding their hands above the energy centers to release any blockages.
“I’ve had many first time clients who were not familiar with Reiki try it and be amazed at how deeply relaxed and revitalized they felt after a treatment. I’ve had a lot of people fall asleep during a session, and finally let go of the stress and tension they were carrying around,” she said. “Reiki is very powerful and heals on a deep level. It is an amazing aid to everything from minor aches to major illness, as it helps stimulate the body’s immune system and ability to heal.”
Both men and women are encouraged to try reiki for help in managing stress, low energy, headaches, aches and pains and other health issues.
Golub is currently available at the Saratoga Day Spa at 376 Broadway, Suite 21A. Her website is www.shaantienergyhealing.com. She can be reached at email@example.com, or book an appointment directly on the Saratoga Day Spa website at www.thesaratogadayspa.com. The phone is 301-0407.
Life in Balance provides holistic health coaching to help women lose weight, manage stress, gain more energy, discover what foods are best for their body, manage cravings, and create a new healthy lifestyle.
Golub said her programs are designed for women who want to get off the diet roller coaster, stop reaching for sugar and caffeine, and create new healthy habits that last. A holistic approach takes into account what a person eats and how it affects all areas of life.
She said creating new behaviors and new habits ensures that people don’t fall back on old familiar habits.
Golub encourages women who want to jump start their health journey for the new year to consider working with a health coach.
She offers a free “transformation discovery” session to uncover a person’s health goals and create a do-able plan for achieving them. For more information about her programs, visit her website at www.lifeinbalancecoaching.net.