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Becky Chambers

Becky Chambers is a naturopath, teacher, author, and the president and owner of Vibrant Health where she specializes in the breakthrough body and mind and energy therapies of Whole Body Vibration (WBV) and high-potency homeopathy.

Becky has a Bachelor’s of Science biology degree from the University of Massachusetts, a Master’s in Education from Lesley College, and graduated with highest honors from Clayton College of Natural Health with a Doctor of Naturopathy degree in 2003. She has spent the last 20 years discovering powerful new energy therapies that have led to a transformation of her life on every level including the development of intuitive abilities.

Her recently published book Whole Body Vibration: The Future of Good Health details the astounding benefits of WBV, from promoting weight loss, to increasing bone density, antidepressant effects, pain reduction, dramatic physical therapy benefits, increased energy, improved circulation, and increased detoxification. Informative, entertaining and easy to read, her book presents the scientific evidence and background as well as her personal experience and clients experiences with WBV over the last ten years.

Her memoir, Beyond the Great Abyss: A True Story of Transformation through Natural Health Breakthroughs, covers a dramatic three year period beginning in 2008 with her divorce and facing the great abyss of the unknown. Once 200 pounds, severely bulimic, beset by numerous health issues, chronically depressed, and crippled in her relationships with men and women, she now radiates health and happiness. And using her newfound intuitive abilities to help guide her, Becky has achieved greater heights than she ever dreamed of in her love life, career, creative output, and finding one’s purpose in life.

For more information, please visit bcvibranthealth.com.

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