Homeopathy Papers

IMAGINE Healing Children from the “Inside-Out”

When I use them to heal one body part, they won’t hurt the others.

So hip hop hom-e-op to the homeopath I’ll go

Talk face to face in person about what else I need to know.

Certified professionals can help me make good choices,

Sort through remedy options and reduce conflicting voices.

It always seems a good idea to listen, try and see.

This option called homeoopathy – It could be for me

Resources:

This book explains how Homeopathy works in terms that anyone can understand.

Contact:

Jyl@ShapeUpUS.org

602-996-6300   

www.ShapeUpUS.org

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About the author

Jyl Steinback

Jyl Steinback

Jyl Steinback is the Executive Director of Shape Up US, Inc. a 501c3 non-profit organization, Creator of the Hip Hop Healthy Heart Program for Children™ and Clap4Health™. She is a classical homeopath schooled at the American Medical College of Homeopathy. In 2011, Jyl was awarded a Community Leadership Award from the President’s Council on Fitness, Sports and Nutrition “for exemplary service and dedication to improving the lives of others. She has worked in the health and wellness industry for more than 25 years as a personal trainer and educator, has sold more than 2 million books that educate consumers in making positive choices in nutrition, exercise, and healthy living. She has been using homeopathy for the past 25 years. Jyl says, “Adding Classical Homeopathy to her lifestyle is, The Circle of Wellness that Works. www.ShapeUpUS.org

Maryann Ivons

Maryann received her BA at California State University and trained as an RN at the College of San Mateo, Ca. She graduated as a naturopathic physician from Bastyr University. She has been practicing and teaching homeopathy since 1987 and has been a faculty member of Bastyr University. In 2012 she became the Dean of Academic Affairs and Director of the Homeopathic Practitioner Program at American Medical College of Homeopathy in Phoenix, Arizona. Currently she is retired from clinical practice and collaborating on a project that has developed a computer program designed to help people who are not homeopaths more effectively prescribe acute remedies for their families.

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2 Comments

  • Thank you for your great news dear Jyl.
    I love the thought that, “classical homeopathy is the circle of wellness that works.”
    Has your program been tried in any church groups for children? I can see that mixing tools that can complement every day stressors could really help get the attention of kids. Mind, body, emotional techniques, meditation, and visualization are related tools for introduction into the
    spiritual world as well. The young also seem to learn quicker than what occurs in the busyness of mid-life and in the loneliness of old age.

    Keep me posted.

    Anne