Heidi M. Hawkins pioneered first Allergy Relief Systems and then Tao Fawu Qigong after studying and practicing Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine, NAET, TAT, Neurolink, and other healing techniques. She was the Allergy Columnist at Acupuncture Today Newspaper from 2000-2005, and is an insightful expert on the subtle treatment of allergies.
What sets Heidi's approach apart from other diagnostic and treatment modalities is the utilization of a highly skilled Medical Intuition process, coupled with a unique form of Medical Qigong designed for this purpose. Effectiveness requires treating the Lingering Pathogenic Factors of underlying toxicity, chronic infection, and other subtle causes of allergy. No other treatment of allergies is as subtle or more precise.
Tao Fawu qigong is a non-invasive, needle-free treatment. A gentler treatment is better suited for subtle matters and sensitive people. Tao Fawu Medical Qigong was created in the process of treating people with allergies and sensitivities.
Allergies make sense. The body responds with an allergic reaction as a way of communicating to you that you have had too much of something. The body tells you to stay away from something for a good reason, such as toxic overload. Something as simple as a food can become toxic if too much of it is eaten or if it is not properly metabolized. Many people have compromised digestive metabolism because of poor diet, medications such as antibiotics, and the presence of parasitic organisms or Lingering Pathogenic Factors (LPFs). To address the allergy properly, it is important to treat these underlying reasons, and not just the allergy itself. Avoidance may stop things from getting worse, but it is not a path to healing.
Each treatment is unique, tailored to the needs of the individual at that particular moment. The treatment is painless. Tao Fawu Qigong treatment includes self-care measures. Recovery of health through natural means requires effort on the part of the client and lifestyle changes, but the recovery is long-lasting when the root of an illness is treated.
Please read the section on allergies in the FAQ.