Daniel B. Levin, Healer
Daniel Levin uncovered his passion for helping others reach their potential in 1998 as a high school teacher and basketball coach.
1601 PCH, Suite. 290 (above 24 Hour Fitness) in Hermosa Beach 310-227-2207 | HealingwithDaniel.com
Daniel Levin uncovered his passion for helping others reach their potential in 1998 as a high school teacher and basketball coach. To pursue this passion in a way that integrated his interest in history, culture, and spirituality, he traveled the globe to study healing arts through eastern and western techniques. In 1999, he established Healing with Daniel, a practice dedicated to improving clients’ health and well-being through physical and emotional healing. Daniel uses a mix of modalities including massage therapy, energy alignment, breathwork, lifestyle coaching and non-attorney mediation to create customized and transformational results for his clients.
TELL US MORE ABOUT THE HEALING ARTS.
“The physical aspects of my practice include sports performance and recovery, pre and post natal, and postural adjustments to relieve tension from occupational stress. Through the non-physical aspects of my practice, I help clients make subtle changes that have lasting impact, ranging from mental and emotional outlook to goal-setting.”
HOW DO YOU GIVE BACK TO YOUR COMMUNITY?
“I regularly sponsor various fundraisers and charities. I am also putting my experience as a collegiate athlete to good use on the coaching staff for Mira Costa football.”
WHAT DOES THE FUTURE HOLD FOR YOUR PRACTICE?
“I am creating a curriculum to train healers in my methods and empower my clients to facilitate their own self-healing. In support of this goal, I am currently pursuing a master’s degree in education. Given my deep experience and proven track record in working with athletes and executives, my practice is increasingly differentiated by my ability to affect physical, mental and emotional stress management.”
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