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Background Information

Employment History

Holistic Health Counselor and Principal

Honeybee Wellness , LLC


Advocate of Massage


Web References(7 Total References)


Hol-Life Industries, LLC - Press.honey.5-05.asd

www.honeybeewellness.com [cached]

Melissa D. Haile, Holistic Health Counselor and Principal, helps clients work through issues with food, relationships, career choices and more by focusing on the big picture instead of isolating a single factor.In this way, clients become aware of the interconnectedness their decisions have across the board. %u201COnly then,%u201D says Melissa, %u201Ccan a person move towards any real change.For example, when we see the affect our food choices have on our energy and moods, we can then look at the way they influence our responses to work, home, love, and even the way we feel about ourselves.%u201D Throughout the wellness program, Melissa will offer suggestions on improving those areas.Melissa is an advocate of massage and encourages people to get massages everyday, professionally and from loved ones.She believes that massage is a great way to improve circulation, relieve tension and diminish stress. %u201CI think that it is extremely important for people to engage in some form of nonsexual physical contact on a daily basis, such a as a hug and/or massages of the neck, shoulders, back, hands, and feet,%u201D she says. %u201CWe often take these gestures for granted, but you%u2019ll be amazed at how something so small greatly enhances the quality of a person%u2019s life.%u201D By including yoga and massage in the program, it allows clients to indulge in the self-care they wouldn%u2019t usually allow themselves, helping them to see the importance of putting oneself first. Melissa is a graduate of Institute for Integrative Nutrition (www.integrativenutrition.com), a New York City-based holistic nutrition school certified by the American Association of Drugless Practitioners.She is also a Kundalini Yoga Teacher in-Training.Her holistic health training is a lifelong endeavor as it not only benefits her clients but her personal development as well. Honeybee Wellness is a division of Hol-Life Industries, LLC, an entrepreneurial start-up that offers integrative solutions for work/life issues.For more information, visit http://www.Hol-Life.com. Contact information: Melissa D. Haile, Principal/Holistic Health Counselor Honeybee Wellness, LLC940 Putnam AvenueBrooklyn, NY 11221,HoneybeeWellness@aol.comt 877.334.9355 f 877.797.1816


theyogaworkout.com

Melissa D. Haile, Holistic Health Counselor and Principal, helps clients work through issues with food, relationships, career choices and more by focusing on the big picture instead of isolating a single factor.
In this way, clients become aware of the interconnectedness their decisions have on their entire life. ÂÂ?Only then,ÂÂ? says Melissa, ÂÂ?can a person move towards any real change. For example, when we see the affect our food choices have on our energy and moods, we can then look at the way they influence our responses to work, home, love, and even the way we feel about ourselves.ÂÂ? Throughout the wellness program, Melissa will offer suggestions on improving those areas. Melissa is an advocate of massage and encourages people to get massages everyday, professionally and from loved ones. She believes that massage is a great way to improve circulation, relieve tension and diminish stress. ÂÂ?I think that it is extremely important for people to engage in some form of nonsexual physical contact on a daily basis, such a as a hug and/or massages of the neck, shoulders, back, hands, and feet,ÂÂ? she says. ÂÂ?We often take these gestures for granted, but youÂÂ?ll be amazed at how something so small greatly enhances the quality of a personÂÂ?s life.ÂÂ? By including yoga and massage in the program, it allows clients to indulge in the self-care they wouldnÂÂ?t usually allow themselves, helping them to see the importance of putting oneself first. Melissa is a graduate of Institute for Integrative Nutrition (http://www.integrativenutrition.com), a New York City-based holistic nutrition school certified by the American Association of Drugless Practitioners. She is also a Kundalini Yoga Teacher in-Training. Her holistic health training is a lifelong endeavor as it not only benefits her clients but her personal development as well.


theyogaworkout.com

Melissa D. Haile, Holistic Health Counselor and Principal, helps clients work through issues with food, relationships, career choices and more by focusing on the big picture instead of isolating a single factor.
In this way, clients become aware of the interconnectedness their decisions have on their entire life. ÂÂ?Only then,ÂÂ? says Melissa, ÂÂ?can a person move towards any real change. For example, when we see the affect our food choices have on our energy and moods, we can then look at the way they influence our responses to work, home, love, and even the way we feel about ourselves.ÂÂ? Throughout the wellness program, Melissa will offer suggestions on improving those areas. Melissa is an advocate of massage and encourages people to get massages everyday, professionally and from loved ones. She believes that massage is a great way to improve circulation, relieve tension and diminish stress. ÂÂ?I think that it is extremely important for people to engage in some form of nonsexual physical contact on a daily basis, such a as a hug and/or massages of the neck, shoulders, back, hands, and feet,ÂÂ? she says. ÂÂ?We often take these gestures for granted, but youÂÂ?ll be amazed at how something so small greatly enhances the quality of a personÂÂ?s life.ÂÂ? By including yoga and massage in the program, it allows clients to indulge in the self-care they wouldnÂÂ?t usually allow themselves, helping them to see the importance of putting oneself first. Melissa is a graduate of Institute for Integrative Nutrition (http://www.integrativenutrition.com), a New York City-based holistic nutrition school certified by the American Association of Drugless Practitioners. She is also a Kundalini Yoga Teacher in-Training. Her holistic health training is a lifelong endeavor as it not only benefits her clients but her personal development as well.


Brooklyn, NY Based Wellness Program Combines Yoga, Counseling, and Massage to Encourage People to Create the Lives They Want to Live

www.holisticlearningcenter.com [cached]

Melissa D. Haile, Holistic Health Counselor and Principal, helps clients work through issues with food, relationships, career choices and more by focusing on the big picture instead of isolating a single factor.In this way, clients become aware of the interconnectedness their decisions have on their entire life."Only then," says Melissa, "can a person move towards any real change.For example, when we see the affect our food choices have on our energy and moods, we can then look at the way they influence our responses to work, home, love, and even the way we feel about ourselves."Throughout the wellness program, Melissa will offer suggestions on improving those areas.Melissa is an advocate of massage and encourages people to get massages everyday, professionally and from loved ones.She believes that massage is a great way to improve circulation, relieve tension and diminish stress."I think that it is extremely important for people to engage in some form of nonsexual physical contact on a daily basis, such a as a hug and/or massages of the neck, shoulders, back, hands, and feet," she says."We often take these gestures for granted, but you'll be amazed at how something so small greatly enhances the quality of a person's life."By including yoga and massage in the program, it allows clients to indulge in the self-care they wouldn't usually allow themselves, helping them to see the importance of putting oneself first. Melissa is a graduate of Institute for Integrative Nutrition (www.integrativenutrition.com), a New York City-based holistic nutrition school certified by the American Association of Drugless Practitioners.She is also a Kundalini Yoga Teacher in-Training.Her holistic health training is a lifelong endeavor as it not only benefits her clients but her personal development as well.


medical-nutrition.press-library.com

Melissa D. Haile, Holistic Health Counselor and Principal, helps clients work through issues with food, relationships, career choices and more by focusing on the big picture instead of isolating a single factor.In this way, clients become aware of the interconnectedness their decisions have on their entire life."Only then," says Melissa, "can a person move towards any real change.For example, when we see the affect our food choices have on our energy and moods, we can then look at the way they influence our responses to work, home, love, and even the way we feel about ourselves."Throughout the wellness program, Melissa will offer suggestions on improving those areas.Melissa is an advocate of massage and encourages people to get massages everyday, professionally and from loved ones.She believes that massage is a great way to improve circulation, relieve tension and diminish stress."I think that it is extremely important for people to engage in some form of nonsexual physical contact on a daily basis, such a as a hug and/or massages of the neck, shoulders, back, hands, and feet," she says."We often take these gestures for granted, but you'll be amazed at how something so small greatly enhances the quality of a person's life."By including yoga and massage in the program, it allows clients to indulge in the self-care they wouldn't usually allow themselves, helping them to see the importance of putting oneself first. Melissa is a graduate of Institute for Integrative Nutrition (www.integrativenutrition.com), a New York City-based holistic nutrition school certified by the American Association of Drugless Practitioners.She is also a Kundalini Yoga Teacher in-Training.Her holistic health training is a lifelong endeavor as it not only benefits her clients but her personal development as well.


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