Office Closure Update & New Opportunities

I hope this finds your and your family safe and healthy. We are in such a challenging time as individuals, a society and global community. Many of us are struggling without the routine activities and freedom of our pre-lockdown lives. Some of us are stressed with kids at home, trying to simultaneously work and also having to manage a household that is seemingly never-ending. Some of us are teetering on financial disaster or perhaps worrying about things loosening up too fast and fearful of getting the disease. And then some of us are thriving with the slowing down of the hectic pace of life, enjoying nesting, gardening and thriving without the added stress that come from commuting and other external pressures.

Wherever you land in this spectrum of pandemic experience, know that we are all in this together. By acknowledging the fact of our struggle or whatever our experience, and normalizing it to a common experience that many are experiencing right now, we can begin to gather perspective and ultimately may move toward a calm and compassionate place.

Currently, my physical office is still closed and will remain so at least for the next month or two or three. I have a variety of risk factors that makes me susceptible to a dangerous reaction to this virus. And until we have widespread testing, contact tracing, and easy access to PPE and a better sense of the status of this virus, I must remain physically distant. I am still offering Telemedicine appointments and can work with most conditions and do some basic mind-body medicine and biofeedback remotely. So if there is something you wish to work on while you have the time, or want to know how working remotely can work, I’m still offering a 15 minute complimentary consultation to meet and see if its a good fit.

Furthermore, due to this pandemic, I’ve been forced to rethink some of my business and personal teaching aspirations for the near future. I’ve needed to figure out a way to to creatively take my naturopathic, mind-body and meditation work into other forums outside of my medical office or a meditation hall. With the time and space, it has become clear that this is something I’ve needed to do for a long time, but have been hesitating or just had too many obstacles to launch. But now the obstacles have fallen away and the creative inspiration has been flowing wildly with the down time forced upon us. I want to make my work accessible to more people and provide and opportunity for recipients to close the circle of generosity.

I have created a site on the Patreon platform, a site for creative content and meaningful connection.
If you visit the link, you will see a written post and an Introduction video that give you a sense of me and my style of teaching and offerings. At patron tiers 4 & 5, I include personal mentoring and consulting as a benefit.

If what I’m offering can be of benefit to you please consider subscribing. If you know of others who would benefit from this work, please share widely via social media.

Please stay safe and healthy and take good care of yourself during these difficult times.

Dr. Skye LaChute, ND, BCB Naturopathic Physician in Bellevue WA specializing in stress management and chronic conditions

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