Illuminate: The Psychic and Healing Arts Expo returns on Saturday, April 14, and Sunday, April 15, in Flat Rock, North Carolina. The event, produced by Julie King and Itha Trantham, offers intuitive guidance, alternative healing therapies, information on numerous subjects, and celebrates the holistic and spiritual
by Shelly M. Smith Many people vow to make changes in their behavior at the start of a New Year. Often, however, even though they start out gung ho, they eventually lose momentum. Then they beat themselves up about their inability to make the change. This does not mean that there’s something wrong with the person—that they’re lazy or lacking in self-control, determination, discipline or willpower.
If you think Garner’s Natural Life is a Greenville fixture, you would be right. Originally named Garner’s Natural Foods, the business was started by Coral Garner in 1969 in Spartanburg, South Carolina, at Westgate Mall. Coral began by selling her homemade banana bread along with other small household items out of the back of a 750-foot trailer. Meanwhile, her son Robin, who was visiting Florida, discovered he had a passion for natural heath. Coral decided to
by Roberta Bolduc The Augusta St. Clinic is so well known to area residents it’s considered a landmark. For the past 23 years, Dr. Roger Jaynes, the clinic founder, has offered natural health treatments for conditions ranging from auto-immune disorders to adrenal and thyroid imbalances to Lyme disease.
by Christina LeBoeuf We are living in the information age and knowledge is power. This may seem too cliché, but all too often health providers hear their patients say, “If only I had known more about, or known sooner, then I could have gotten the help I needed.” In other instances, the patient is scared into making a decision that can potentially, and often does, cause harm. It doesn’t have to be this way. Digital Infrared Thermal Imaging (DITI), also referred to as thermography, provides instant answers
At 6 p.m. on Wednesday, January 17, Dr. Jay Wrigley from Charlotte, North Carolina, will be hosting an informational discussion at St. John Chiropractic Center, in Traveler’s Rest. The event will explain to attendees how to take charge of their health naturally, including how to properly choose nutritional supplements for maximum effectiveness.
On Tuesday, January 30, from 10 a.m. to noon, Energy Source Home is hosting a free seminar on how to build an affordable net-zero home, or how to retro your existing home to zero. The seminar will teach the attendees how to save energy, money and the environment.
The Upstate Food Co-op is a member-owned volunteer organization celebrating its 40 year anniversary in 2018. “With growing interest in healthier diets,” explains General Manager Theresa Pizzuto, “we provide a local, member-owned resource for many healthy foods, including local produce, dairy,
Circulation Nation now carries the Voxx Life Human Performance Technology (HPT) product line of socks and insoles. The HPT technology has been shown to improve balance, athletic performance, stamina, pain relief and more. Based on 45 years of research in neuromuscular science, the VOXX Life HPT socks
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 to focus on the positive aspects of their lives is Unity Spiritual Center of Clemson/Anderson. Those individuals who have seen the periodical, The Daily Word, or heard of the 125-year, 24/7 vigilance of prayer, Silent Unity, have already had their lives touched by Unity.