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Black Belt Guide to Writers: Health by Toni McSorley

Black Belt Guide to Writers: Health

by Toni McSorley

33 pages
Guide to fighting off common health issues writers face.

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About the Book
Every profession has its own particular dangers and writing and publishing are no different. Both professions are earmarked by inherently sedentary lifestyles and all the pressures that go with being creative and self-employed. Rejection letters, writer's block, unreasonable deadlines and intrangient agents all contribute to stress levels significantly higher that those faced by people with "normal" jobs or careers.

The most common health problems writers face fall into five major categories: joints, circulation, eyestrain, insomnia and malnutrition. This book, although it is not medical advice, can help you avoid problems and begin to heal if you're already experiencing difficulties.

Toni McSorley, an eighth degree black belt and experienced natural healer, brings forty years of experience to bear on addressing the specific challenges and dangers writers face in their professional lives. From supplements to lifestyles changes to exercise, Toni tells you just what you need to know. This isn't generic advice -- it's specifically tailored for writers and their challenges.

IMPORTANT: THE INFORMATION IN THIS BOOKLET IS NOT MEDICAL ADVICE. IF YOU ARE EXPERIENCING HEALTH PROBLEMS, YOU SHOULD CONSULT A LICENSED PRACTITIONER IN YOUR AREA.

 

 

About the Author
Toni McSorley graduated from The University of Tennessee and has continued her education focused on health and nutrition. She has been certified by Bastyr College and The East-West Herbalist Program, and undergone intensive training by Nutraceuticals and Enzymatic Therapy. She continues to train on up-to-date natural healing.

Born in Cheyenne, Wyoming, McSorley has also studied Martial Arts for 41 years. She is an 8th Dan in Japanese Karate, holds a black belt in Taekwondo, spent a year training in Savate and eight years in American Bondo. She holds six World Championships and four National Martial Arts Hall of Fame awards.

McSorley owns and operates Arts of the Samurai, a traditional dojo that teaches Kendo, Karate, and Judo. She is one of the area’s specialists in martial arts training for children and adults with learning disabilities. She coaches, trains women in self-defense, teaches knife-defense and competition and consistently produces one of the top medal-winning teams in the National Martial Arts Team Alliance.

 

 

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