Marketplace: Use a ‘LifeLine’ to find better health
In Park City, a new practice for healing and spiritual therapy has opened its doors in Prospector Square. Melissa Nikolai, who established the office, is a certified practitioner of the therapy.
As a modality of healing, Nikolai says, the LifeLine technique is a compilation of several types of holistic medicine that integrates the body’s energies and connections to the subconscious.
LifeLine focuses on physical symptoms and addresses them as an expression of blocked energy from the limbic brain. The limbic system is a set of brain structures that are suggested to support emotions, behavior and long-term memory, she explained.
According to LifeLine practitioners, the limbic portion of the brain holds onto every experience not passed on to positive long-term memory at an electromagnetic level. The accumulation of these electromagnetic charges can cause acute illnesses, from minor headaches to cancer.
Through muscle testing and high-vibration energy, Nikolai bridges into the subconscious mind to address a person’s fundamental stressors. identifying the reasons behind a person’s ailment, the LifeLine Technique tries to rid the body of harmful energy and restore the body’s natural balance.
"It is so profound, the healing is permanent," Nikolai said. "I’m just allowing people to access their own bodies healing potential."
In addition to her practice, Nikolai has been a teacher for 15 years and teaches junior and senior English classes at Park City High School and said she is happy to be fulfilling both of her passions
"I’ve really been able to coexist beautifully," Nikolai said. "I’ve been able to serve two purposes."
Though kept separate, Nikolai says the two complement each other well. Because of her background in healing and therapy, she said she is more confident and patient in the classroom and that the skills she learns interacting with kids helps her to help her clients.
"I’ve done a lot of different things over the years," Nikolai said. "A couple of years ago I decided I wanted to gain the expertise and experience I needed to practice my own modality."
After a recommendation from a friend, Nikolai read Dr. Darren Weissman’s "The Power of Infinite Love and Gratitude," which, she said, inspired her to attend a conference on the practice in Chicago.
After attending her first conference, Nikolai went on to each of the three training conferences to learn the LifeLine Technique, including the technique’s Five Basics for Optimal Health, Muscle Reflex Testing and symptom interpretation.
Earlier this year, Nikolai became a Certified LifeLine Practitioner and decided it was time to pursue starting her own practice. In March, she opened an office in Prospector Square’s Park City Chiropractors Office and has been seeing clients part-time since.
Nikolai is one of only three LifeLine Technique practitioners in the state and says that at the end of her teaching career she would like to take on her practice full-time.
"This is how I want to give back to the world and to heal myself," Nikolai said. "I have not looked back and it has changed my life."
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