Although hands-on-healing may be the better-known reiki practice, it is actually just one of many meditation and contemplative reiki practices.
All matter is simply energy and this recognition allows us to understand in simplest terms how our bodies reflect and react to all inner and outer energies and vice versa.
Spend an afternoon in the radiant Tulsi Rose Garden, in Shelburne Falls, with Hannah Jacobson-Hardy and Sulis from 2 to 5 p.m., August 19, to learn about the medicine of tulsi and rose.
Boston GreenFest will take place for its 11th year from August 3 to 5, at Boston City Hall Plaza and Faneuil Hall.
Johnson Compounding & Wellness (JCW) is expanding its selection of vitamin packs to help people simplify a part of their daily routine, and also save them money.
The National Ovarian Cancer Coalition’s (NOCC) Massachusetts Chapter will hold its annual signature event, the Run/Walk to Break the Silence on Ovarian Cancer, on September 9.
Bill completely redefines the word “bodywork” to include every unlicensed holistic modality conceivable, including reiki, the Trager approach, the Feldenkrais method, qigong, yoga, Pilates, Rolf structural integration and many others, putting freedom of health care choice at risk.
The Osher Center for Integrative Medicine, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, in Boston, is extending research on chiropractic for migraines.
The Cambridge Innovation Center will host Your Brain on Yoga: The Science Behind the Practice, from 5 to 6 p.m., August 15.
Drop in on a free summer yoga session from 6 to 7:15 p.m., every Thursday through August 30.