Clutter

August 27, 2013

by Lauren Swanger, holistic health enthusiast and research journalist Clutter. Clutter in your home. Clutter in your office. Clutter in your car. It’s all around you. It robs you of your space, takes away your energy, and drives you to the very brink of your sanity. It is insidious, diabolical, and controls your life, whether […]

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Laugh!

August 23, 2013
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Breathing…

August 20, 2013

by Karen J. Brand It seems easy, doesn’t it? We’re born knowing how to take a breath… in… out… in… out… As children, we automatically take those big breaths. We play hide-and-seek and ride our bikes and take big gulping breaths of air as we enjoy ourselves. We use our breath to yell responses to […]

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Happiness…

August 15, 2013
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Seasonal Shifts

August 12, 2013

by Andrea Wenger If you are feeling fatigued and tired lately…you are perfectly in sync! Let me explain… The high energy of Spring and the longer, active days of Summer are giving way to the decreasing energy of the second half of the year. Since the Summer Solstice, the days are getting shorter. If you […]

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Great Grains – Amaranth

August 6, 2013

by Lauren Swanger, holistic health enthusiast and research journalist Grains have been getting a lot of bad press lately, and undeservedly so.  It is true that many people have grain allergies and must stay away from grains or pay the price in intestinal distress, hives, and the like.  But to those with no allergy issues […]

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Traditional Chinese Medicine: Feng Shui

August 2, 2013

Balance. Energy. Simplicity. Calmness. Oneness. Relaxation. Wholeness. Harmony. Any of these words could describe the effect the application of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) can have on the typical stressed-out American.  TCM is rooted in a distinctive, inclusive and systematic theoretical structure and is based on the flow of energy, or chi, throughout the body. Chi […]

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Our Practitioner of the Month is…

August 1, 2013

Maura Peacock! Maura has been practicing Massage Therapy since 1993. She is also a Reiki Master and incorporates foot reflexology into her massages to provide a relaxing treatment for her clients. You’ll recognize Maura by her sunny smile and sweet disposition. Her clients leave happy, relaxed and ready to gently and peacefully reintegrate back into […]

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Cross Training for Health

July 30, 2013

by Lauren Swanger, holistic health enthusiast and research journalist You’ve just finished your six mile run and feel that runner’s “high” people talk so much about.  Your energy levels have steadily improved since you took up running six months ago, and you feel stronger and more confident about yourself and your athletic abilities.  You can […]

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Spices & Herbs

July 25, 2013

by Lauren Swanger, holistic health enthusiast and research journalist It is said that variety is the spice of life.  But did you know that both spices and herbs can add variety and longevity to your life?  They have been used for centuries in various cultures to relieve everything from acne to warts, and allergies to […]

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