By John Little
Just two years ago, I was working in a book store and I knew that I wanted a career not a job. I had always been interested in the oriental view of health and healing, so I looked at many therapies and many colleges but they all seemed either too long, too vague or too dogma-laden.
A friend suggested trying Kore therapy. Kore therapy uses five core principles: medical systems such as traditional Chinese medicine; mind-body therapies such as NLP; manual therapies such as acupressure; and bioenergetic therapies such as Qigong. So I went for a Kore therapy treatment and was instantly struck by how practical, immediate and profound the therapy was. Within days, I had booked my place on their next therapy diploma course.
From the first day of the course, I couldn’t believe how quickly and naturally I was learning the new material. The instructor made it light and enjoyable, while helping us gain our new skills.
Before I knew it, I had my diploma and was seeing my own clients and the rest is history, as they say. I’m still amazed at how quickly I have gone from having a job to having a successful practice and doing something that I love and enjoy.