True wellness comes from developing a strong relationship with your body and learning how to listen and respond to its needs. Of course, this is no simple task; humans are complex, and what may work best for me may not work at all for you — but one thing we all need while building a relationship with ourselves is support. This is where Hempsley wellness guidance comes in.
Hempsley is here to help you organize what you have learned about yourself and guide you through exploring new wellness and self-care techniques specific to your wellness goals.
This includes, but is by no means limited to, cannabinoid therapies. If you live in a prohibition area, we can help you understand and find nationally available, hemp-derived products that could benefit you. If you live in a legal state, we can help you understand how to go about choosing a product that is best for your needs. Either way, we're here to guide and support you through early explorations, experiences, and reflections as you find a wellness routine that is both beneficial and enjoyable.
Meet Our Guides
Kristen has been exploring yoga, Ayurveda, energy medicine, aromatherapy, herbal remedies, nutrition, and other natural self-care techniques for over three years and has developed a unique approach to wellness specific to her needs. She has also done extensive exploration of the use of cannabinoid therapies in daily self-care routines through personal reading, interviews with experts in the industry, and talking with patients from around the world about methods that have worked best for them.
Kristen co-authored the free eBook Coming Clean with Cannabis: A New Kind of Cannabis Cleanse, completed Cannabis Training University's Master Certificate Program, and has collaborated with Weedhorn on educational cannabis video courses. Now, her goal is to share the wealth of information she has collected with potential patients — specifically those who are isolated from other support systems because their home happens to be in a state of prohibition.
What makes Kristen unique in her wellness guidance is that she was not trained in the scientific or medical field, but instead in visual communications. In fact, she would get so queasy around the talk of blood that she took all her health courses growing up online. So while she has the academic background to be able to sift through and understand research, she also understands the importance of simplifying complex concepts into layman's terms for those who aren't as medically minded to understand.