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How To Prevent Weekend Warrior Syndrome

It is almost summer! The warmer weather brings happiness and…..yard work! The increase of outdoor activities is an assault on your muscles that are used to doing very little over the winter months. Gardening, yard work, golfing, baseball, ATV/camping, fishing, etc. can all wreak havoc on your body if you aren’t careful. Almost every activity you do […]

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East Meets West in Hakomi Therapy

What is Hakomi? Hakomi Mindfulness-Centred Somatic Psychotherapy is a mindfulness based, body-centred approach developed by Ron Kurtz, which combines somatic (body) awareness with experiential techniques to promote psychological growth and transformation. Hakomi is an elegant integration of Eastern mindfulness and non-violence and effective and unique Western therapeutic methodology. It’s core principles stem from Buddhism and […]

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Hypnosis and Breech Position of Your Baby

There might not be anything more fear-inducing than hearing your baby is in the breech position. Breech by definition, means the lower, rear part of the trunk of the body, so this means that instead of being head down, the baby is buttocks down (in the pelvis). If the baby doesn’t turn before delivery, this could […]

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Past Life Regression Through Hypnotherapy

  It is a general term for the ability of the unconscious mind to retrieve historical memories from childhood or previous lives, usually through hypnotic regression or altered state consciousness. Past Life Therapy searches for emotionally or physically traumatic life memories for therapeutic purposes. Past Life Regression is valuable source for clearing/healing traumatic experiences in […]

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Are Essential Oils Essential?

Essential oils, or concentrated plant extracts, have been used medicinally for over 6,000 years, promising relief from anxiety, stress, depression, and a whole slew of other mental and physical ailments. But apart from ancient tradition, there might in fact be some science behind these scents. Aromatherapy is believed to stimulate smell receptors in the nose, which […]

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Benefits of Cupping Therapy

    Most of the validity of cupping as an alternative medical practice comes from its long history of use over the past 3,000 years. Cupping techniques have been used extensively to treat a range of disorders and symptoms. It’s common for cupping therapy to be used along with massage therapy, acupuncture or even as […]

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Why Young Living Essential Oils?

The essential oil trend has been growing in popularity for awhile now, and most likely you know of someone who absolutely raves about how essential oils have improved their lives! It is remarkable actually, hearing some of these testimonials from tiny bottles of ‘liquid’. But the next inevitable question always is…which kind of essential oils should I use? […]

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What is Naturopathic Medicine?

Naturopathic medicine (sometimes called “naturopathy”) is a distinct system of primary health care that emphasizes prevention and the self-healing process through the use of natural therapies. Naturopathic doctors (NDs) blend centuries-old knowledge and a philosophy that nature is the most effective healer with current research on health and human systems. Naturopathic diagnosis focuses on identifying […]

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6 Powerful Ways to Ditch Inflammation

Inflammation is a part of life whether you want it to be or not. It’s part of the muscle-building process and is part of your immune system’s response to an attack. But inflammation is also one of the most common links in heart disease, cancer, and diabetes… And these conditions are responsible for approximately 70% […]

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The 4 New Things You Need To Know About Lyme Disease

Summer’s in full swing, and while Zika’s splashed across headlines everywhere, Lyme disease is still the bigger bugger, infecting an estimated 300,000 to 1 million Americans each year. Lyme is spread by the bite of a tick—usually a nymph tick, poppy-seed-size and hungry during the spring and summer months. You already know the symptoms: a bull’s-eye-shaped rash, […]

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