On August 13 at 9 p.m., Douglas Allen, owner of Harmony and Fusion, is hosting an evening labyrinth walk at the business’ Greer location. This walk is dedicated to helping individuals release fear, pain, anxiety and unresolved emotional trauma while expressing gratitude and appreciation.
Babies can start out life in a fresh, new place: Starting September 4 delivery suites will be ready at the newly minted Family Birthplace at Patewood Memorial Hospital. There, the goal of the Greenville Health System staff is to bring professional expertise, compassion and tenderness to provide the best experience possible for moms and babies.
Oasis Day Spa in Anderson has announced that they will be adding life coaching services from Mind Over Matter to their array of services. Melissa Rubert, the owner of Mind Over Matter, has a B.A. in psychology and an M.A. in counseling, and 12 years of combined experience in mental health counseling and vocational counseling.
LivingWell Integrative Healthcare is pleased to announce the addition of Amy Pittard, RN, to their staff. Pittard graduated from Clemson University with a Bachelor of Science in nursing in 2011. LivingWell is excited about the value that she will bring to the practice.
The search for high-quality, safe cosmetics can be difficult and exhausting. Even products labeled “natural” can contain ingredients with known skin irritants, hormone disruptors or carcinogens. All of Silver Wing Essentials products are safe, eco-friendly, cruelty free, honestly labeled, and contain between 75- 90% organic ingredients; no fragrance, sunscreen or toxic ingredients.
Life coaching is not about the coach giving opinions or advice about the client’s life and circumstances. Rather it is about the coach listening and reflecting back the truth of what is being discussed so that the client may see it from a clearer perspective and recognize other paths that may be available to them.
If adoption is not an option for you, PAWS is always in need of volunteers and supplies, including canned cat food to prepare for spring kittens, and blankets, towels, canned dog food and peanut butter.
About 30 protestors organized “die-in” protests on Wednesday, May 10, in front of Senator Lindsay Graham’s office and on the town square in Pendleton to protest the House of Representatives’ passage of the American Health Care Act (AHCA).