Connect4Hope with Masami Covey

on Boosting Your Immune System

March 19, 2020
Boosting Your Immune System - Part 1Connect4Hope with Masami Covey
00:00 / 40:49
Boosting Your Immune System - Part 2Connect4Hope with Masami Covey
00:00 / 21:44

Event Recording

With so much uncertainty surrounding the Coronavirus (COVID-19), many people are looking for ways to better support and strengthen their immune systems. What exactly does that mean and how do we do it?


On March 19, 2020, Masami Covey, Functional Nutritional Therapy Practitioner (FNTP), Medical Intuitive joined Connect4Hope for a live discussion about holistically boosting our immune systems. Listen to the full event recording below and download our event summary here.

Note: Since this call was recorded on March 19th, virologists around the world are continuing to update their recommendations regarding masks. Please stay up-to-date and follow the most recent recommendations from the CDC on this matter.

Additional Q&A

Masami's answers to questions not addressed during the call:

Q: If you had COVID-19 once, can you get it again?

A: The information is changing rapidly, so I can’t say "yes" or "no."  As of right now, the answer is "maybe."  We all need to be checking the CDC, WHO, and other reputable health sites to get updated answers to this question.  

Q: The CDC recommends taking your temperature once in the morning and once in the afternoon. How much of a difference do you usually find in the course of a day?

A: Follow the guidelines of CDC.  It's normal for body temperature to fluctuate by about 0.9 F throughout the day. What CDC is asking us to do is to make sure we are not running a fever. If your temperature is over 99.5 F, then you need to pay attention, because you might be running a fever.

Q: How are you putting these things up your nose?

A: I use the netipot. I open supplement capsules and mix them in. I make my own saline solution and mix in liquid zinc, liquid iodine, sometimes a drop of essential oil and sometimes a capsule of probiotic and then use this as a nasal rinse.

Event Notes

Download our event summary to make note-taking easy.

Tip: Print and collect all of our event notes in a binder for wellness information at your fingertips.

Breathing Exercise

As a gift to our community, Masami is sharing a "So-Hum" Breathing Meditation, which is beneficial for balancing our parasympathetic and sympathetic nervous systems. This breathing meditation provides a sense of tranquility and clarity, simultaneously calming and sharpening the mind.

About Our Guest Speaker

Masami Covey is an experienced Health Intuitive, somatic practitioner, Functional Nutritional Therapy Practitioner (FNTP), Yoga Therapist (C-IAYT), Positive Neuroplasticity Practitioner, and applied linguist. She believes that we are each our own primary healer and offers a dynamic framework for connecting our subtle “body language” with physiology, anatomy, emotion, nutrition, and lifestyle practices. Masami embraces the power of both scientific knowledge and focused intuition to reveal the interconnection of body, mind, and spirit.  She was born and raised in Japan in a bi-cultural family, and she draws extensively from her blend of East-meets-West cultural, linguistic, and energy healing experience.

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