June 2013

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Free Mini-Retreat for Women Seeking Balance

Marie Wetmore, a life and career coach for women, is hosting a free life balance and relaxation mini-retreat.

June 2013 Publisher Letter

I am discovering the truth that, wherever we are on our life’s journey, we are always exactly where we are supposed to be.

Chronic Pain Relief Training Program in Watertown this Fall

The Somatic Movement Center in Watertown is offering the first Boston area training program in an effective method of chronic pain relief called Clinical Somatic Education.

Life is Good T-shirts Raise Money for One Fund Boston

The Life is good company is selling Boston Love T-shirts to raise money for the city it loves.

Whole Foods Market Invites Customers to 'Bee’ Part of the Solution

In response to declining honey bee populations across the globe, Whole Foods Market has launched its “Share the Buzz” campaign to raise awareness and inspire productive action.

Improving Vision Naturally with Yoga

Rosemarie Coleman has opened a new office at Qi, The Inner Gym, in Boston, where she teaches vision improvement techniques that employ Kundalini yoga methods.

Radio Show and Workshop on Everyday Spirituality

Janet Kessenich, founder of Spiral Energies, launches a monthly Internet radio show called Creating a Spirited Life, June 16.

Rain Garden Coming to Wellesley Town Hall

The Wellesley Natural Resources Commission (NRC) will install a rain garden this summer near the duck pond on the grounds of Wellesley Town Hall.

Free Acupuncture for Those Traumatized by the Marathon Bombings

The New England School of Acupuncture (NESA), in Newton, is operating a free Trauma Relief Clinic for those affected by the Boston Marathon bombings.

Johnson Compounding and Wellness Center

Johnson Compounding and Wellness Center, in Waltham, has provided customized medications and natural health remedies for people since 1852.

Back Bay’s New Inner Gym for Body, Mind and Spirit

Qi, The Inner Gym, has opened in Boston’s Back Bay neighborhood. The center aims to serve the needs of mind, body and spirit.


Inspired living begins with fully buying in to life, getting off the sidelines and into the game. But what, exactly, does that look like?