By Barbara Bolduc and Roberta Bolduc As the planet experiences great changes, both physical and social, many people feel the call for spiritual community. One option for those who want… read more →
by Ruth Kyle, L.Ac. and Cindy Meyerhoff, INHC It is commonly agreed upon that the first document to unequivocally describe an organized system of diagnosis and treatment—which is recognized as… read more →
Harmony and Fusion, Carolina’s Center for the Healing Arts, will be holding its grand re-opening while also welcoming a new addition to its staff. On Saturday, December 9, from 6… read more →
The Dillsboro Inn—a nature-focused inn and yoga studio located on the shores of the Tuckasegee River in western North Carolina—is celebrating the completion of their new Moon School Yoga Resort… read more →
This year for the holidays, Belue Farms Natural Market has expanded its array of gift items. In addition to fresh fruit, Southern specialties and body care baskets, shoppers will find… read more →
Van Der Kolk and other innovative researchers say that while traditional “talk therapy” may be helpful to a degree, working with the body to locate the source of the trauma and having a way to release it safely is the key to lasting resolution of the psychological and physiological effects of trauma.