Health Journeys Professional Program (2)
I simply cannot believe that we are well into the 2014 professional program – it’s almost March! There have only been some minor changes to the overall terms of the program, including our ability to take the Discover Card, and the addition of some wonderful new products, available with our deepest discounts. I was happy to see so many of you take advantage of the 10% discount on all downloads last year, and with more titles than ever available in that format this year, I’m hoping the trend continues. For a copy of the current terms of the program, click here.
What is new, however, is something that we’ve thought about launching for a very long time. So many of you have asked for a guided imagery library, a sample collection or other recommendations for either a lending library in your practice, or just a great sampling of titles that would cover the many differences you see in the people you serve. Well, we are pleased to tell you that they are finally available.
We are offering an 18-piece CD set at the incredible price of $220. Further, we’re offering a smaller 12-piece CD set at the very low cost of $155. After this incredible savings, you may then add a book option to receive Belleruth’s three best-sellers at a terrific 30% off. These sets will be available for purchase immediately and can be found here.
I’m delighted to be joining you today on our new Health Journeys’ blog! This year, I’ll be celebrating four years with this great company and group of individuals, and also in my role as team lead of our Professional Program. It’s a wide and varied group, encompassing everyone from retailers and private practitioners, to huge hospital systems and military installations. It’s certainly been a thrill to get to know so many of them and their varied needs.
Guided imagery for me began back when I was in my late teens, suffering from extensive migraines and rebound headaches whenever the medications wore off. It was a never-ending cycle. Thankfully, I had great parents who took me to an incredible head pain center at a major university, got me admitted and worked with the doctors and staff there to relieve the plague of the migraines.
There, I was introduced to things like biofeedback and something called ‘visualization’. It would’ve been just a couple years before Belleruth began her guided imagery series. When I left the hospital, I was sent home with a case of four cassette tapes, with a kind of creepy guy’s voice repeating a lot of the biofeedback (on two of them) and visualization (on the other two) that I had heard and learned at the pain center.