Makiko Fliss, owner of the Rayki School, is offering an 8-day and 8-night retreat in Maui, Hawaii, called Adventure, Healing, and Toning from February 14 through February 21, 2019. “The first night, Valentine’s Day, will feature a sunset dinner on the beach with your tribe, with meditation under the stars as an optional activity,” says Fliss.
Pure Balance Float Spa in Greer is one of the first float spas in the Upstate. Floating may seem like a new treatment for reducing stress, detoxing, managing pain, and muscle recovery just to name a few; however, it has been used in the United States since the 1950s. Floating is currently a preferred method of muscle recovery for professional sport teams.
On November 10 and 11, Deborah Mangis, Ph.D., and Linda Sunrise Dunatov, Ed.D., will teach Self I-Dentity through Ho’oponopono (SITH) at the Clarion Inn Asheville Airport, sponsored by IZI LLC. SITH is an updated ancient Hawaiian problem-solving process to release memories that are experienced as problems.
“There is a higher power that is the basis of all living things and it can heal!” This is a quote from Bruno Groening, a name well-known to Germans in the 20th century due to his extraordinary healing successes.
Reversing a Rising Tide of Chronic Conditions by Ronica A. O’Hara The statistics are startling—as many as a quarter to one half of American children now have a diagnosed chronic condition, according to studies that include one in Academic Pediatrics that includes obesity. Over the last few decades, the number of children with asthma has tripled to affect one in eight; those with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) have doubled to one in 10; and autism diagnoses have increased at least 10-fold, to affect one in 50 (one in 31 boys).
Integrative Approaches Enhance Healing by Marlaina Donato Modern chiropractors are often seen primarily as pain specialists, yet their care can encompass much more. While the common focus is better health through spinal manipulation, the origins of chiropractic are manifold. Typical approaches for structural issues and injuries include spinal adjustments, therapeutic ultrasound and heat therapy, but some practitioners also embrace nutrition.
Options Grow for Plant-Based Eating by Marlaina Donato Plant-based lifestyles, once considered by some as a fad that would fade, are on the rise worldwide. According to a Harris Interactive poll commissioned by the Vegetarian Resource Group, 6 million to 8 million Americans have completely eliminated meat, including seafood, from their plates. With a 600 percent increase of people going vegan domestically in the past three years
Soil Contains Bacteria That Kills Melanoma A bonus to gardening: Soil commonly contains bacteria that produce a molecule called mensacarcin that kills melanoma cancer cells, according to research from Oregon State University. Few therapies treat this skin cancer, so contact with dirt is an easy choice.
By Roberta Bolduc Although osteopathic physicians use all the conventional methods of diagnosis and treatment, they differ from allopathic or traditional Western medicine doctors. They are trained to place additional emphasis on the achievement of normal body mechanics as central to maintaining good health. Another key point is the osteopathic physician is trained to view the patient as a whole person with certain key principles central to their care. Two major principles are that the body is a unit of mind-body-spirit, and that the body is capable of self-regulation, self-healing and health maintenance.
By Roberta Bolduc The popular Illuminate Expo will return to Flat Rock on Saturday and Sunday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday, October 27 and 28 at Blue Ridge Community College in the Conference Center. This biannual psychic and healing arts expo will host over 70 exhibitors which include healing therapists, intuitive counselors, reiki practitioners, psychics, astrologers, and many other talented readers and healers. There will also be free lectures, a raffle and labyrinth walk.