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winter self care guide

With this guide you will learn...

  • the best self-care practices for this time of year

  • how to align your healing needs with what Winter has to offer to truly enjoy this season

  • the wisdom of slowing down and tuning inward

  • practices to help soothe the winter blues

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Wintertime brings with it an opportunity to slow down, rest, and restore​ ourselves for the rest of the year to come. Sometimes it can be difficult give ourselves permission to rest, to see the wisdom of it. But Winter allows us to see and feel the purpose of hibernation.

Use this guide to help you learn to enjoy this cozy season and serve as a way for you to intentionally make it a part of your healing journey.

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hello there.

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I’m Randi Kay, a holistic health practitioner and educator that helps women manage and heal their pain and stress through their daily lifestyle. 

I got into the wellness industry because I was trying to heal myself. Ever since I got diagnosed with depression as a teenager, I’ve been on an ever-evolving healing journey, and I eventually learned that medication and hoping for the best could only get me so far. So I decided to embark on my own healing adventure to discover what was missing and how I could heal on a deep level, not just treat the symptoms. 

Through learning how to follow my own intuition and trust in my own healing journey, I now know that the true healing happens through daily lifestyle practices and changes. I’ve gone on to study with some of the top leaders in the healing industry and have become specialized in treating women’s health issues through Abdominal Therapies, Herbalism, Therapeutic Yoga and Meditation, Seasonal Self-Care practices.

And now, with over a decade of experience personally and professionally, I’m here to help you connect with yourself and your body, and feel in relationship with your pain, not a victim to it.

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