Since July, I have been working many 10-12 hour days to launch my new business, Helios Center for Whole Health, PLLC, located in South King County, WA. While the official website (helioswholehealth.com) won't be up until next week, I want to share a sneak peek of the services I offer. As a licensed naturopathic doctor, I treat my patients with a blended approach targeting the nervous and musculoskeletal system. Although my work is rooted in the naturopathic principle of least force, my hands-on treatments, derived from visceral and craniosacral therapies, have been described as unique, gentle, and effective. For more information, please contact me at dr.natashamoni(at)gmail(dot).com.
Does this mean that I will be stepping back from writing?
No, in fact I am leaning into my work just in a slightly different form. In addition to accepting new clients for my freelance medical writing, I am now offering poetry chapbook and market consultations. As a self-taught poet, who has had the excellent fortune of being mentored by world-class writers, I know how important it is to receive honest, constructive criticism. As a former editor of a small, literary magazine, a panelist and judge for local residency, grant, and chapbook contest committees, and a well-published author, I want to share my decades of research, experience, and competitive edge. Visit "Hire Natasha" for more details.
What about readings, events, workshops?
My next scheduled reading is Thursday, November 14, 2019 at Everett Poetry Night. Beyond this, I am available in late 2019 depending on time, travel, and compensation. Keep an eye out for health, wellness, and writing workshop information as I transition further into my role of practitioner and teacher.
I am happy to answer any of your questions and/or start a dialogue to see whether we are a good fit. Contact me via my "Contact Page" or directly at dr.natashamoni(at)gmail(dot)com.
Thank you for your continued support and referrals!
Natasha Kochicheril Moni is a writer and a licensed naturopath in WA State. Enjoying this blog? Feel free to put a little coffee in Natasha's cup, right here.