Healing is the new High;Vex King
In Healing Is the New High, Vex provides an experience of healing through the layers of the self, using yogic principles and unique practices to help you release your past trauma and emotional pain. You’ll learn to become your own healer, embrace the uncertainty of the future and create space to welcome more joyful experiences into your life.
You don’t need to go on a retreat or spend large amounts of money to find happiness. Healing is all in your hands and Vex will show you how.
Achieve genuine inner healing, let go of trauma and find clarity, resilience and freedom with Vex King.
Vex developed powerful inner healing techniques to help him break free from his troubled past, heal his emotional pain and trauma, and create a new and empowering belief system. Since then, he’s helped thousands of people worldwide unlock their own healing journey.
And now he’s here to help you become your own healer too.
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