Education, Training, and Bio-Energy Healing

Appointments are by telephone or two-way video conferencing.
If you're unsure about having an appointment, just call and we can talk about your situation.
I would be happy to talk with you for a few minutes to explore how I can help you. Call during normal hours (10-5 Eastern USA): (336) 644-1111. If I'm available, I'll talk with you right away, otherwise, please leave a message and I'll get right back to you.

Appointment are easily arranged. Please be aware that when you make an appointment, it's a real appointment, just as if you were meeting your best friend, a VIP from work, or a doctor. Not showing up or canceling at the last minute is not a good thing. Think about how you would feel if you set aside your time to meet with someone and they don't bother to show up, or they cancel when it's too late for you to change your plans, wasting your valuable time. I will be setting aside time for you, and reviewing how to help you. I may be cancelling other appointments to keep your appointment. For this reason, if you miss appointments or cancel less than 24 hours prior to the appointment, you will still be charged for the appointment. In fact, although your appointment is scheduled, it's not confirmed until paid for in advance, which must be at least 24-48 hours in advance. It's better to make payment when you make the appointment, to avoid losing it.

I strongly suggest that you have some kind of reminder or calendar system to remind you of your committments. Such a system is also useful for keeping you on track for your health practices. It makes good sense to be organized. On Apple devices, iCal works well. On PC's Outlook is a good option. If you use a paper calendar, just review it every evening for tomorrow's commitments.

To schedule an appointment, call during normal hours (10-5 Eastern): (336) 644-1111, or email: Sarvasri(@ sign)

Telephone or Video Conferencing:
One-on-one appointments are held face-to-face, just like you are in my office, using Skype or VSee.
Call during normal hours (10-5 Eastern): (336) 644-1111
The two-way video conferencing system I prefer to use is VSee, free video conferencing software.
Download at  -- Download only the client program, VSee Messenger, NOT the Provider program.

If you have trouble with the links, 1) go to 2) go to the FAQ, 3) see "My provider asked me to download VSee." If you still have trouble, call us.

– Skype is also an option, though it has fewer features.

You can also make an audio-only calls with VSee or Skype if your bandwidth is limited or we don't need video. It's a free call, so you don't use up mobile phone minutes if you're on WiFi or have an unlimited data plan.
On VSEE, connect to Sarvasri(@ sign)
On Skype, connect to srisarvasri 

Video Log In:
On VSee, use your email and password that you signed up with to log in, (as usual with any provider).
Click the + to enter my contact info:  Sarvasri(@ sign)
In VSee preferences, Select: General Tab > Automatically Accept Calls From: Check All Users
  (you can change it back later to be more restrictive, this lets me call you if needed)
Skype log in is pretty straight forward.
On both systems, check to see that your computer setup is working properly. 

You can be on both a telephone and video if needed during setup.
You can also do telephone only appointments (please send a photo).
Video is best so that we can both hear and see.

Make sure your video and audio are working properly. VSee preferences provides a test for audio and you can see if your video looks good. All conferencing software has preferences for audio and video.

It's good to have a light or two in front of you so that you are clearly visible – one on each side of your monitor is ideal. If you are on Zoom or other video platforms regularly, a good inexpensive option is white Chinese hanging globe lanterns on each side of your monitor (perhaps one a little further back). This provides a wonderful soft light that is even and flattering. Use a 60-100W equivalent (~9.5-13W) warm white is best.

Some adjustments are done while standing, others while seated. If you are working with a friend or family member, two stools, one chair height and one barstool height is ideal. This way to can get to all sides of the body easily and two different heights make for less tension. Of course, a regular chair will work if you sit sideways for working on the back. Improvise something that works for you.

Appointment Fees (prepaid in advance):
$75 for 1 hour, $40 for 1/2 hour, $25 for 15 minutes (a lot can happen in 15-30 minutes!)

If you don't have your own computer (you use a friend's computer or library computer). If you want to use a phone without video for appointments, please send a photo of yourself.
If you have a modern computer with a video webcam, the VSEE connection is best. Then we can see each other just like you are in my office. If you don't have a modern computer with a webcam, you can add one. (Logictech HD Pro C615 is a good cheapie one). It has a built-in mic. We can also work by telephone. But it's much nicer to meet face to face. You may find inexpensive webcams on

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Once again, I suggest that everyone have some kind of reminder system, on your phone or computer that reminds you of your appointments well in advance. You'll need a good reminder system for your healing schedule anyway.