Holistic care and health are about caring for the person as a whole: physical, mental, spiritual and social needs—the pillars of a vital life with an individual focusing on finding their fit to be the best version of themself. If one pillar is not standing firmly, it will affect your overall structure, meaning if you feel unwell in one area, it affects all areas of your health. Full Circle Wellness is very mindful in wanting to give women access to all pillars of holistic health care, and this can come in different forms of care. We offer Reiki energy balance and healing for your mental, spiritual and physical health and Botox for mental and emotional health and external beauty. Did you know that 80% of women struggle with self-confidence? And over time, that emotional pillar of buried thoughts can affect your overall physical health. We have worked hard to offer strengthening for your pillars all under one roof.
You just know. You have this feeling, this sense, this calling that something isn’t quite right in your body, but you can’t quite put your finger on it. That is the inner calling we all have to seek something that can help us. That is the beginning of healing.
Hi, I’m Kat. A Usui holy fire Reiki master and healing coach, and I’m here to help guide you on a journey back to you. Reiki is a form of energy healing that can help alleviate a range of physical and emotional issues. Emotions and energy often get stuck in the body and will manifest in many forms including physical pain or dis-ease. Left unattended to, it can be a precursor to disease. Reiki and energy coaching are amazing adjunct modalities that can be used alone or alongside traditional medical care to bring the body back into a whole state.
In addition to the physical benefits Reiki offers, it helps access deeper levels of spiritual and inner peace. When you clear blocked energy centers, you feel more grounded, centered and connected to your true self.
I’m on a mission to blend traditional and alternative healing modalities to help people heal.
Botox: Cosmetic Injectables
By Meg Bryngelson, APRN, CNP
Self-care is healthy. As we work to keep our inner spirit and body healthy, we can be attentive to our outer self as well. Taking time to care for our largest body organ (our skin) can help us radiate confidence. In the past, aesthetic treatments such as neuromodulators (AKA wrinkle relaxers or Botox) or dermal fillers may have been considered taboo, but now they are recognized as a form of self-care. Chemical peels and micro-needling treatments can help improve the tone and texture of your skin while reducing fine lines, hyperpigmentation and scarring. These treatments can help with the production of collagen for a firmer, more youthful appearance of skin.
Taking care of our skin has importance long before the first signs of aging appear. Aging “gracefully” has a spectrum of meaning. It could include using high-quality skin care products to keep one’s skin glowing or regular neurotoxin treatments to relax frown lines. Consulting with a trained medical professional to discuss aesthetic treatment options allows us to make informed decisions on whether we want to incorporate this popular, growing form of self-care into our lifestyle.
Full Circle Wellness is about guiding women to find their full circle and transforming into their full, best version of themselves to live an abundant and healthy life.
Let’s find your fit,
Anne, APRN, CNM, WHNP
Let’s transform together and give you high-quality, personalized health care. Let’s find your full circle.
I’m Anne (pronounced “Annie”), and I am the owner/founder of Full Circle Women’s Health Clinic. I believe women are a full circle, and I strive to provide evidence-based full spectrum women’s health care in a personalized and holistic approach, partnering “with woman” and empowering her to make informed choices for her care. My heart is to give back to my community by offering alternative healthcare options for women. I am a board-certified nurse midwife with master’s degrees from Frontier Nursing University in nurse midwifery and women’s health nurse practitioner.