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Nineteen Year Old Healer Coming To NZ

How Did a Nineteen-Year-Old Girl With Back Pain, So Debilitating She Could Not Walk, Become a World Renowned Healer?

MELBOURNE, March 28, 2005 / Inner Kiss™ / -- Highly regarded healer, Inna Segal, who teaches others to heal themselves, naturally, is coming to New Zealand, Christchurch to lead her Visionary Intuitive Healing™ course for the first time, at the end of April, 2005.

Inna Segal is the creator of Inner Kiss™ Healing and Visionary Intuitive Healing™. She is a highly sought after healer, speaker, and writer. Her best selling CD titled Create Perfect Health, has received an amazing response, and was featured on National TV (Australia), She has recently released the Success, Money and Prosperity CD.

This was not always the case. At the age of nineteen, Inna suffered intense backache. Eventually the pain became so great that she could not walk. She visited chiropractors, doctors, physiotherapist and other health practitioners practically every day, without much improvement.

Eventually Inna discovered that she could tune into powerful healing techniques that work directly on the body, releasing old cellular memories, which can manifest in the body as chronic pain and illness.

Inna Segal explains, “I developed my intuitive abilities and learnt how to change old behavioral patterns, release limiting beliefs and blocks and let go of pain and struggle. Within three weeks of discovering these powerful healing techniques I was able to completely heal my back. I was then able to dance in high heels for the first time in ages.”

From this experience, Inna learnt to intuitively ‘see’ into a person’s body and tell them what is occurring, and assist them to heal.

Barb Mason, who has had 14 years experience as a registered nurse now works as a practitioner of Visionary Intuitive Healing™. She writes, "Since completing the Visionary Intuitive Healing™ Course with Inna, I have been able to help people with headaches, skin conditions, tooth ache before and after dental work. I have extensively worked with my own family and used many of the processes learnt for my own use.”

Inna is a recognised expert in the field of natural healing, stress management and emotional intelligence, who is widely published in many international publications.

Inna’s story, previously published articles and press information available at Also on the web-site is a free self-healing process Inna conducted on television and some exceptional results viewers experienced. Inna is available for interviews via e-mail, telephone from Australia and face-to-face, once in New Zealand.

A prolific writer, Inna also contributes regularly to magazines such as Living Now, Options, Way of the Heart and Free Spirited in Australia. In New Zealand she has been published in Rainbow News, In-Touch and Body Mind and Spirit magazines. She is also the co-author of First Kiss and Laugh Now.

Inna specialises in assisting people to release physical, emotional and psychological blocks to their wellbeing. She has had success with thousands of clients face-to-face, and also with distance healing clients in the USA, Japan, Italy, New Zealand, etc.

Inna’s aim, whether in healing sessions with clients, in her Visionary Intuitive Healing course, with her CDs, or through her TV appearances is to trigger the healing ability of other people. She intends to empower others to achieve their own goals and the quality of health and life they desire.

Many articles by and about Inna Segal, along with details about her healing and healing programs are available at A media kit, and photos, along with her Create Perfect Health CD is also available by request.

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