Margie Hare – Take Charge of Your Health Naturally

Margie Hare living her passion, inspiring others to take charge of their health naturally
Margie Hare living her passion, inspiring others to take charge of their health naturally

As a highly skilled aromatherapist,  specialist Manual Lymphatic Drainage and remedial massage therapist, author, award-winning herb expert, and Qigong instructor, I want to share with you the many secrets of natural health and healing that I have learned.

 

Falling into natural healing

When I was a seven-year-old tomboy, chasing squirrels in our garden in my former home city Cape Town,  I fell out of the huge plane tree and broke my collar bone.

At the age of 22, I was diagnosed with severe arthritis in my hip, which had been dislocated from my fall all those years ago. Nobody knew!

This started my journey of self-healing. Instead of using surgery or drugs for pain, I opted to visit an acupuncturist, naturopaths, iridologists, osteopaths, and energy healers. I immersed myself in alternative healing methods.

Margie Hare
Margie Hare doing what she loves to do – cooking wholesome dishes from organic produce

 

 Winning Herb Woman of the Year

Along the way, I developed a deep love for herbs and aromatherapy. I reveled in this world and in 1994 won the prestigious Herb Woman of the Year award in South Africa for education in herbs. As a result, I was invited to be the keynote speaker at the International Aromatherapy conference in Melbourne, four years later.

My book and DVD, Aromatherapy Massage, sold more than 600,000 copies in five countries.

After immigrating to Australia in 1996 I expanded my therapeutic methods from remedial massage, aromatherapy, reflexology, and reiki to include the post-graduate specialist study of lymphoedema management through Dr. Vodder School of Austria.

Discovering Qigong as a  cornerstone to health

Around this time I became fascinated by Qigong, the ancient form of Chinese healing, which was little known in Australia. For me, it has completed a lifelong search for a way of life that combines healing and principles for living.

In 2013, I graduated as a certified Qigong teacher in the Tiandi QiGigong school and had the honor of touring with Master Zhao, attending master classes in China. I have traveled to China every year since for further training.

It has taken me decades to realize that Qigong is the cornerstone of health, well being, and anti-aging along with consuming organic food where ever possible. Organic gardening is my passion. No matter where in the world I am, I have the tools to fulfill my life’s mission. I am here to encourage and share with as many people as possible the many different ways to take charge of their health naturally.

Finding out about the theories of aging

Most recently the three key areas of aging have captured my interest. I will continue to blend my natural health background with leading-edge scientific evidence to help my clients to take charge of their health naturally.

  1. The oxidative stress theory of aging
  2. The Mitochondrial decline theory of aging
  3. The Sirtuin theory of aging

It is all about Biohacking with Nutrigenomics to optimizing the activated pathway in the cell producing energy in the mitochondria utilizing the natural pathway to the DNA. This increases the energy that lasts longer. It is like turning on the thermostat to restore cell communication. This is the new Biotech with which I am working to literally turn back the clock.  I am so excited to share this unique breakthrough technology as it affects our health so we can take charge of our health naturally and not resort to taking pharmaceutical drugs. There is another way.