Rita Jean Flemming
Rita is an Artist, Activist, Writer, Steward of the Land, Protector of Spring Water and Indigenous Rights, Regenerative Detoxification Specialist, a life-long Practitioner of the Ancient Patanjali Studies of Subtle Awareness and an Instructor for fifteen years, Certified Iridologist, Land-based/Plant-based Culinary Artist, Self-studied Ethnobotanical Researcher, Rites of Passage Mentor, Full-Potential Activator, and a Student of Life.
When Rita was nineteen, she was told she may never walk again, due to a severe car accident. Rita thoroughly believed in the power of regeneration through alignment. Through her subtle practice of union, (yoga) she taught herself how to walk again. She studied Regenerative Detoxification under Dr. Robert Morse in order to regrow her spine and to eliminate pain from her tissues.
Rita teaches regeneration through the cultivation of alignment. The elimination of pain, obstructions, and inherited weaknesses from the body through an alkaline, high-fruit based diet, incorporating herbs, and optimal food combination for proper absorption, digestion utilization, and elimination.
Rita Jean and her sister Mary Beth, work together to create summer programs for children and teens; with the goal of accessing one’s greater human potential through self study and subtle awareness. Cultivating lifelong habits of success, joy, health, wisdom, creativity, and solution based thinking.
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