Angie and Sheri’s Healing Journeys
Angie Lambert and Sheri Miller are women of wisdom who will help you get back to thinking more positively, more spiritually and becoming more aware of your thoughts and what you’re putting into your body. These trustworthy guides are truth tellers with the sincere desire to educate and motivate others. For the past decade, they have taught workshops on health and wholeness, inspiring hundreds of people along the way. They bring a positive presence of love and service, helping people heal with their truth.
Read their stories of living with chronic disease and how they transformed their health through conscious eating and conscious living.
Angie developed a passion for running as a young girl growing up in a small town in South Dakota. In high school, she was a State Champion and in college she earned All American status in Indoor track. Then, at age 20, she began having aches and pains all over her body and finally could barely get out of bed. She had her blood tested and was diagnosed with Rheumatoid Arthritis. This news was devastating. A few years later she was told by a wellknown rheumatologist that “at the rate your joints are degenerating, you’ll be in a wheelchair by age 40”. After more than a decade of extreme joint pain and treating her condition with prescription drugs, surgeries and cortisone shots, Angie began paying close attention to the way foods affected her body. It wasn’t long before she saw a direct relationship between certain foods and inflammation. As she started to avoid these foods, her pain and inflammation lessened. She began learning everything she could about nutrition, healing and supplements proven to reduce inflammation. She took classes and workshops to understand the mind/body connection.
By taking her health into her own hands, she got her body back into balance. Today, she is free of drugs and pain and has been since 1999. That was the year Angie completed her first marathon in Honolulu, Hawaii, her ultimate victory over arthritis.
She advises her clients to practice what she calls “extreme self care”, a concept that requires striking a balance between the many demands that drain us and the activities that nurture and sustain us. By taking care of ourselves, we can better care for those around us. When we do this, we begin to care more about others and we become more available to our family, our friends and our community. Our availability to be of service to the world is directly related to our ability to be of service to ourselves.
Spending time in nature and having some sort of spiritual practice that keeps us connected to our core are vital ways to practice self-care.
Angie brings a wealth of experience from both the Wellness and Corporate realms.
Sheri Miller’s passion for health, nutrition and natural healing was born out of two health challenges.
Her second major health challenge came in 1993 while gardening at her home in Lafayette, California. She developed a rash and other symptoms including muscle aches and pain, eye and brain fatigue, concentration difficulties, and the inability to exercise without feeling exhausted. She went from doctor to doctor for nine years trying to get a diagnosis. Because her symptoms closely matched Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, she started a Chronic Fatigue support group where women shared stories and offered each other support, .
After suffering for nine years, Sheri was finally diagnosed with Lyme disease, caused by a tick bite in her garden.
After the diagnosis, she went on antibiotics for two years, but continued to have debilitating symptoms. After 30 years as a teacher, she had to stop working because of pain and diminished ability to plan lessons and work with students.
|Sheri turned to alternative medicine and began working with a Naturopathic doctor. She did vitamin therapy, nutritional counseling, journaling, meditation, gentle yoga, massage, the rife machine and prayer.She changed her diet by eliminating certain foods and increasing consumption of other foods. This resulted in fewer problems with headaches, brain fog, body aches and stiffness as well as reduced
symptoms related to colitis.Years of discipline paid off for Sheri. She has put ulcerative colitis into remission and completely reversed Lyme disease. She feels better now than she has in the past 17 years.As a Holistic Health Educator, Sheri shares from her heart the “pearls of wisdom”, nutritional information and tips that she has acquired over 20 years of research, teaching and personal experience.She believes that living in balance is the key to feeling well. She teaches others how to achieve that balance and live healthier lives through conscious eating and conscious living.
|Sheri’s vast experience lies in the Education and Wellness arenas.