“I can never thank her enough for all that she does for me.”
When Edward Meyer talks about his wife of 34 years, you can feel the reverence and adoration.
And honestly, when you learn about Lorraine, it is easy to realize why he feels that way.
Not only is she an incredibly devoted spouse to Edward, but she has been an important presence in the lives of their three daughters – Pamela, Alison and Ashley – and a doting grandmother to the couple’s five grandchildren: Liana, Logan, Elsie, Kellan and Sage.
“She brings great energy to everything she undertakes,” said Edward, “She makes the time to take care of everything our family needs.”
“She’s just incredibly thoughtful.”
What makes Lorraine truly stand out from the rest, however, is the work she does to help others.
Lorraine is a highly respected holistic healer whose modalities include Jikiden Reiki, Integrative Breathwork and the practice of Grace. What makes her special is people come to her in a variety of moods including distress, emotional anxiety or curiosity and always leave happy to have seen her.
That incredible bond she has with her clients and impeccable customer service rate are a marvel to her husband, Edward.
“I have never in all my years of business seen anything like it!”
But it isn’t just Edward that is impressed by Lorraine’s healing acumen. Far from it.
“Having known Lorraine for over two decades and personally experienced her services, I can attest to her unparalleled dedication and commitment to facilitating healing and transformation for others,” said well-known author and positive psychology expert Robert Mack, adding, “Our paths crossed at Miami Life Center, where her presence and dedication to healing arts left a lasting impression.”
Lasting impression. That’s the thing you hear over and over from people that are treated by or even just meet Lorraine.
And to think the relationship between Edward and Lorraine started with the “corniest pick-up line ever” at the New York Racquet Club and took the next step even after a self-described “unorthodox” marriage proposal from Edward and has made its way to Africa, the Galapagos Islands, and seemingly every place in between is truly spectacular.
That’s why it comes as no surprise Lorraine recently combined her love of travel with her giving spirit on a trip to Nepal with the Himalayan Humanitarian Help group, providing transportation for young girls so they can get to school and into their villages. That’s just who she is.
In fact, when Edward was asked near the end of a recent interview how much Lorraine means to him, he answered simply:
That about sums it up, doesn’t it?
Lorraine Meyer is everything to her husband Edward. And pretty much everybody else she comes into contact with.