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Disclaimer for Vanessa Sumner and Heart and Soul Transformations
Vanessa Sumner is a gifted Intuitive healer. A certified BodyTalk Practitioner, PaRama BP, Energy Healing practitioner, Past Life Regression Therapist, Crystal Healer, Liquid Crystals practitioner and Intuitive reader. She has undertaken extensive training and continual education over the past 15 years. She is Medically Intuitive and able to see and read the ‘energy and cellular memory’ of your body and organs and emotions. To tune into past life, inherited and foetal life experiences that are related to your current health and wellbeing. She is naturally gifted in using her subtle senses and utilising the tools in her toolbox, to allow your body to heal itself naturally.
She is not a medical doctor and claims no formal training in counselling, life coaching, nutrition, naturopathy or medicine. She does not claim to heal or cure and no diagnosis is involved. As well as her quest and thirst for up to date knowledge of the BodyMind, ongoing studies, courses, meditation, personal & spiritual growth, she has been working for 15 years conducting thousands of sessions with clients around the world. She also shares the wisdom of her own personal experiences as she guides and mentors her clients. You can read her Bio on the About page.
If you are seeking medical diagnosis or specific medical treatment, please consult your Doctor or Specialist.
The services and intuitive information and/or guidance provided during Medical Intuitive bodyscans, energy readings and healings sessions by Vanessa Sumner is for your personal information only. It is your own personal responsibility to determine the choices that you make in your life. Vanessa Sumner does not accept any assumed or applied responsibility whatsoever for your choices or actions. Any referrals to other practitioners or suggested modalities is given without endorsement and for you to make your own decision for your health and wellbeing.
Vanessa Sumner (HST)