It is important to remember that taking care of one’s health is a journey, and setbacks or mistakes are normal. The key is to keep trying and to make small, sustainable changes that can lead to long-term improvements in health and well-being.
As we enter the new year, it is crucial to make a commitment to taking care of ourselves and our health. By making healthy choices and focusing on well-being, we can set the stage for a happy and fulfilling year ahead.
Meet Yoshiko Hirata, founder and Director of Kaori No Mori Co.(translation Fragrant Forest), as well as the founder of Kaori No Mori ( Fragrance Forest )Therapy School.
a leading expert in the field of Preventive medicine and Ear pressure point diet counsellor training instructor, Producer for helping businesses open ear acupuncture point diet salons.
With over 26 years of experience running her own salon and 11 years of company management under her belt, Yoshiko is well-equipped to guide obese individuals towards a healthy weight through her unique ear acupuncture point diet method.
What sets Yoshiko apart is her specialization in ear acupuncture diet counselling for obesity treatment, which she has been certified to teach in courses for therapists. She has successfully helped over 1,500 therapy salons in Japan implement this system, which requires no equipment investment beyond a single pair of tweezers.
Yoshiko’s slimming diet treatment program boasts a 30-year track record of proven evidence and success in helping patients develop correct lifestyle and eating habits. By working closely with her clients, Yoshiko is able to provide a holistic approach to weight loss that leads to long-term results.
The Ear Pressure Point Diet is not aimed at weight loss. The goal is to promote recovery for those who are suffering from stress, lifestyle-related disorders, or painful symptoms that are not considered illnesses but are still painful, and to become healthy in mind and body. This is a once-in-a-lifetime body maintenance program that aims to achieve a healthy weight by becoming healthier.
Yoshiko’s program aims to improve body constitution by reviewing eating habits and helping clients develop healthier habits that can benefit the entire family. By learning how to prioritize and protect their own health, clients can gain a lifelong skill that allows them to live with peace of mind, knowing they will be healthy for years to come.
As a therapist and salon owner, the global health climate presented several challenges for Yoshiko Yoshiko and her business. One of the main challenges was the inability to see clients in person due to lockdown measures and restrictions on travel and in-person gatherings. This had a significant impact on Yoshiko’s ability to provide treatments and support to her clients.
To overcome this challenge, Yoshiko implemented an online seminar system that allowed her to reach aspiring therapists and salon owners across the country. This provided an opportunity for her to share her knowledge and expertise in preventive medicine, body constitution improvement, immune system boosting, and anti-aging with a wider audience.
The online seminars also helped Yoshiko reach therapists and individuals who were struggling with salon management and were seeking additional support and guidance. These seminars allowed her to provide valuable insights and tips for building a successful salon business, including attracting repeat clients and creating additional pillars of revenue beyond treatments.
As the new year of 2023 approaches, we are emphasizing the importance of taking care of one’s diet and overall health. With the ongoing global health dynamic and its associated challenges, it has never been more crucial to prioritize well-being and work towards building a healthy lifestyle.
There are many approaches to diet and health, and finding what works best for an individual is key. This may involve consulting with a nutritionist or dietician, experimenting with different exercise routines, or incorporating mindfulness practices into daily life.