Laura Freix

Offers qigong classes, Wellness education classes, as well as Heart Circles and private Accunect® energy healing sessions.

Laura is passionate about helping you reach your highest potential, so you can fully engage in life, and enjoy it! She began her career with GE Aerospace, where she worked as a Senior Math Analyst for twelve years, before resigning to stay home with her four amazing kids. The tools she offers have supported her in creating solid relationships with her children, developing healthy eating habits and good sleep routines, and were especially valuable in helping them manage their stress when they took on the Herculean task of taking a college course load on a high school schedule, while competing in varsity sports.

Now an empty-nester and part of the sandwich generation, her practices have revitalized her marriage, allowed her to support her aging mother with grace, and deepened her existing relationships beyond what she dreamed was possible.

She is a perpetual student and loves to read. Her formal studies include energy healing (primarily Accunect® - most easily understood as acupuncture without the needles.) She also spent the past three years training in HeartIQ™, circle work that focuses on the present moment practice of self-love, relationships, and heart-centered community. She is currently earning hours to be eligible for the formal teacher training for Sheng Zhen, the Qi Gong of unconditional love.

Laura is affectionately referred to as the “soul gardener.” Her gift lies in her ability to provide alternate perspectives that plant the seeds of possibility for her clients. She then cultivates those seeds by providing tools of empowerment. Her passion and authenticity help her clients achieve personal transformation in health, in love and in life. Her wish for you is that you connect to this place of intentional living and thrive.

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Let us be grateful to people who make us happy, they are the charming gardeners who make our souls blossom.                           ~ Marcel Proust