Linda was born and raised in Germany and pursued a career in the High Tech Industry in Germany. Her interest in alternative healing work started early with Reiki and different energy healing methods, including homeopathy, cell-salt therapy, flower essence therapy, The Melchizedek Method, Quick Pulse, Advanced Quick Pulse, EFT, and more. She worked in Germany treating clients with various alternative methods. Linda moved to the US with her two children in the 2004. She received her certificate in homeopathy and kept pursuing to learn and study alternative healing methods.
Beginning of 2015, Linda got introduced to the Yuen Method. Since then she was developing Physio-Psychology – a more in depth technique, that allows her, to get to the very core of the specific issue or problem. What is of absolut importance for her, is to completely eliminate a client’s problem. She does not just want it to improve, she wants to eliminate it completely. Her approach is to identify all the sources, reasons, and causes of a problem, as specific as they might be.
Reconnecting her clients to source energy, the infinite source of unconditional love, is part of her work as well as clearing out any unsupportive energies in clients’ chakras.
Linda successfully improved her family members, friends, herself, and her clients since then.
She opened her own business Linda Goodling Physio-Psychology to improve as many people as possible.
Her Mission Statement:
My deepest wish is to make the world a better place. I will do absolutely everything in my power to improve as many people as possible.
Certified in Reiki I and II through the Reiki Alliance
Certified Teacher and Practitioner of The Melchizedek Method 1 – 5B,
Certified Teacher and Practitioner of The Gaiadon Heart Method
Certified Practitioner of The QuickPulse Technique and The Advanced Pulse Technique
Certified Practitioner of Ho’oponopono
Certificate of Homeopathy with Honors from ACHS (American College of Heath Sciences)
Certified Practitioner of the Yuen Method
Practitioner of the Bengston-Method