Rhonda Wendzel Healing

Intuitive Coaching


Energy Healing

Einstein’s scientific studies introduced the world to Quantum Physics. Modern medicine uses mechanical devices such as EEG, EMG and EKG and ultrasound machines to measure electromagnetic frequencies and specific energy frequencies of the quantum energy field, energy healing and energy frequencies of tissue.

Quantum Healing is the application of specific energy frequencies to communicate with, harmonize, and support all the layers of the mind, body, and soul. Although there is not clear scientific evidence measuring the energy of individual Chakras, Meridians or Reiki energy are many medical journals documenting the significant physical and emotional effects of reiki energy healing and chakra balancing, not to mention the thousands of personal testimonials to the positive effects of the mentioned modalities.


Acupuncture is based on ancient Chinese medicine. It is commonly used to help relieve general stress and muscle tension, postoperative or cancer pain, fatigue, insomnia, nausea from surgery, chemotherapy or pregnancy as well GI disorders such as IBS and many other conditions. Similar to acupuncture except the finger, thumb or knuckle are used to apply pressure to acupuncture points along the Chi/Qi meridians (life energy channels). By stimulating certain points on the meridians, the energy flow in the body is improved and blockages removed. It strengthens the body’s ability to heal itself naturally and rebalance.


Chakra Balancing

In modern times, the chakra system has been associated with the endocrine system, with certain glands correlated to certain chakras and is correlated with the health of the central nervous system (CNS) and endocrine system. Some Spiritual practices correlate the chakra system with Spiritual health and Enlightenment. Each Chakra correlates to a sound frequency and color vibration.

Southwest Asian and Indian medicine has used the snakes of the caduceus (medical symbol in USA) to represent universal energy (Qi or Kundalini) running up the spine coiling seven times around the 7 chakras (primary electromagnetic centers of the body). They are considered to be responsible for (bio-electrical) meridian energy distribution.

CranioSacral Therapy (CST)

CST is considered a light touch, hands on, complimentary therapy that can assist the body in regaining balanced function of the nervous, muscular, lymphatic, hormonal, and gastrointestinal systems as well as mental and spiritual health. 

To achieve the primary purpose of CranioSacral Therapy (CST), is to release restrictions that inhibit the natural flow of cerebral spinal fluid (CSF).

through the central nervous system (CNS) from the ventricles of the brain down to the central canal of the spinal cord to the sacrum and back up. This can also occur by releasing restriction in the cranium (skull), membranes around brain and spinal cord as well as the fascia throughout the body.

Effective for helping people with:

Post Traumatic Stress disorder, depression and anxiety

Alzheimer’s Disease and Dementia, Chronic Fatigue, Post-Surgical Dysfunction, Emotional Difficulties, Fibromyalgia and other Connective-Tissue Disorders, Learning Disabilities, Neurovascular or Immune Disorders, Scoliosis, Sleep disorders, Spinal Cord Injuries , Stress and Tension-Related Problems, Temporomandibular Joint Syndrome (TMJ), Traumatic Brain Injuries (TBI).


Usui & Tibetan Reiki

Many people report the relief of pain, stress and anxiety, an increase in energy levels, as well as an improvement in health.  Reiki is often utilized to enhance a more relaxed mind and body. Pear published medical journals document improvement in breathing, heart rate and blood pressure.

Dr Mikao Usui is credited with discover Usui Reiki in 1922.Reiki is the Japanese name for Universal Life Energy, and is noted to balance the physical, emotional, mental and spiritual bodies, creating improved health.



Considered to be beneficial for overall reduction of stress, increasing and revitalizing energy levels, improving circulation to major organs and glands, as well as aiding in the removal of toxins by stimulating the lymphatic, digestive and circulatory systems.

Reflexology involves the application of pressure by the use of the practitioner’s thumb or fingers to specific points on the hands, feet or ears  reflex map resembling a human body which is believed to exist on the extremities.

Although reflexology is often associated with ancient Chinese medicine It appears to have been used by Egyptian physicians as far back as 2300BC. In China reflexology is done consecutively for 6 days and than a re-evaluation is done. This seems to be especially beneficial for chronic conditions.

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