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Quasar Quantum Healing Promotes a Full-Body Approach

InBusiness | August 2023

Monica Samuels created Quasar Quantum Healing as the next wave in modern wellness. Founded in February 2021, QQH combines cutting-edge, non-invasive technology with yoga, meditation and nutritional guidance designed to detox the body at a cellular level and help achieve whole-body wellness. QQH serves those dealing with everything from skin conditions, joint pain and sports injuries to more complex issues like depression, anxiety, PTSD and traumatic brain injuries.

“I discovered this remarkable healing process when a close family member was facing mental health concerns,” Samuels shares. “It ultimately transformed her life and set her on a path of healing. After seeing the incredible results, I had to share this with members of my community and beyond.”

Starting the business during the height of the pandemic, Samuels says she was on a mission to share full-body healing. “During a time when many businesses were closed, I forged my way forward and knew that healing was especially needed during the time of the pandemic.”

Having been given what she credits as valuable advice that nobody truly knows what they’re doing and that running a business is a lot of trial and error, Samuels shares, “This has been helpful in maintaining confidence and faith in my vision and adapting to the ebbs and flows of the business. Nobody has pursued our vision or taken the steps that we have taken before, so we are constantly learning and taking on new approaches.”

QQH offers avenues that are more natural and have fewer side effects than pharmaceutical drugs, plus, Samuels points out, pharmaceuticals often come at a high economic expense, so alternative methods could help people save money in the long run. “As mentioned above, I found these healing modalities as an alternative, effective way to help a family member who struggled with mental health,” Samuels says. “This center started as a space for teens to receive treatment and has grown to service a wide range of ages.”

Read the article on or in the August print issue here.


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