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Coming Home to Your Soul’s Temple: The Power of Sleep, Sinuses, and Feeling Safe

Broadcast on July 01, 2021
With Masami Covey, M.S., FNTP
Hosted by Dondi Dahlin

Your body houses your soul. When your body is in sync with the rhythms of the earth and sun, and when it's cleared and grounded, it becomes a gateway to your true soul expression. Together with Masami Covey, we will explore the power of sleep, sinuses, and feeling safe, and their hidden connections to wholeness.

In This Session:

  • Reimagine sleep as a key restorative and rejuvenating factor for your soul
  • Discover how your sinuses are a gateway to cooling your stressed out brain
  • Learn ways to experience a sense of safety and resiliency within your body
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Masami Covey, M.S., FNTP

Health Intuitive, Functional Nutrition Therapist

Masami Covey is a Health Intuitive, Functional Nutritional Therapist, and internationally recognized speaker. She reveals the root causes of imbalance using Intuitive insights, a whole-person approach, and laser-pointed guidance. She translates our subtle “body language,” and provides practical daily tools, nutrient recommendations, breath-work, somatic movements, and more.

Masami was born and raised in Japan in a bi-cultural family. Her work draws from her blend of East-meets-West culture, language, and energy medicine, as well as years of clinical experience in Functional Nutritional Therapy, Yoga Therapy, Positive Neuroplasticity, Ayurveda, and applied linguistics. She is a faculty member of The Shift Network and a frequent speaker on health and energy summits, podcasts, and programs.

Masami Covey, M.S., FNTP