We are a small family business that wants to serve our community in a new way, through the power of the Earth. We are developing our business through small steps while reaching for our dreams.
We have been growing our family for the last twenty years developing our skills in parenting, gardening, and animal care. One child, seven dogs, three horses, three chickens and two ducks later, we are expanding our knowledge to include the wellness of people, horses and small animals.
We will serve our community using, Pulsed Electromagnetic Field (PEMF) therapy, to recharge the cells of life. PEMF is a non-medical, non-drug therapy, which exercises the cells of the body so that they can re-engerize, exchange oxygen better, and decrease inflammation allowing the body to heal itself. PEMF is not a cure, but an adjunct therapy to help treat what ails you. PEMF has been used for decades by doctors to heal fractures and wounds, treat patients with aniexty and depression and many other ways. In the last two decades, PEMF has been adapted to treat horses, people and small animals, for its preventative wellness and it’s healing effects.
We are located between Fredericksburg and the Northern Neck of Virginia and will serve clients in our home, their home and their barns.
We will start taking clients near the end of July, so stand by for more information on how to schedule an appointment.
Why are we doing this you may ask yourself? Well, here is a little background on my husband and myself. Between us we have over 50 years of service to our community as firefighters, emergency medical technicians and Fire/EMS educators. That left a great toll on our physical bodies, and we both have multiple medical issues, with inflammation and pain being the biggest daily obstacles. We also have many friends and family who have experienced pain of different causes and we wanted to find a way to help all of us enjoy life more. We also chose the ability to treat our horses and small animals, as we grow toward our dream of owning a farm and our daughter starts her college years in the field of Equine Studies.