GEMS Flow in Costa Rica and Online with Alexis Costello

GEMS stands for Goal, Element, Mode, Stack. It offers an easy-to-follow flow chart that allows a student or practitioner to easily figure out where the priority stressors for an individual are and what balancing technique will work to resolve these efficiently. It is based on information from the TFH synthesis and is designed to allow […]

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GEMS in USA (Eugene, OR), with Alexis Costello

GEMS stands for Goal, Element, Mode, Stack. It offers an easy-to-follow flow chart that allows a student or practitioner to easily figure out where the priority stressors for an individual are and what balancing technique will work to resolve these efficiently. It is based on information from the TFH synthesis and is designed to allow […]

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GEMS Business Online with Alexis Costello

GEMS Business is designed to help holistic practitioners set up the business of their dreams! It offers help and advice in areas such as: how to set up your office and attract clients, walking you through a typical session, taking money and rebooking, marketing and networking, practitioner ethics and scope of practice – in short, […]

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SK Storytelling

Two weeks ago we were at the large market in San Isidro where we do the majority of our grocery shopping for the week. This is not a tourist market and most of the gringos are conspicuously huddled in one corner eating vegan burritos. I was at the meat counter – chatting in my broken […]

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The myth of Boundaries

You’ve got to have boundaries. This was the message that was shouted at me loud and clear when I began my business. Especially because my office is attached to my home. Especially because when you work in the health field it’s easy to over-empathize and end up working on your clients stuff in off hours. […]

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Marketing for Health

Let’s face it, practitioners in our field tend to be terrible at marketing. This is partly a personality thing; many of us are drawn into this field precisely because we are much better with people than we are with numbers and technology. Right-brained, creative and empathic, these traits seem to be the antithesis to sitting […]

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