The Reverend Michaela Walters of The Center of Light, in Framingham, invites all to a conscious and spiritual Christmas preparation during the month of December.
Holistic health coach Cathy Zolner of Nourish to Flourish, based in Arlington, is offering a six-month Women’s Wellness Program for busy and stressed women who want to eat better and feel better.
Visions HealthCare, in Wellesley, is please to welcome three new members to its practice.
Brett Blumenthal, C.E.O. of Be Healthy, Inc., is excited to announce Be Healthy Boston, an urban wellness retreat to be held on January 28 and 29, 2012, at the Westin Boston Waterfront.
Phyllis Wilson, owner of Wise Woman Small Business Services, is seeking holistic health and healing arts practitioners to join her for The Inspired Wisdom Project.
MacroMediterranean Holistic Nutrition, based in Boston, will begin shipping its healthful, unprocessed, macrobiotic meals nationwide in January 2012.
Certified Rolfer Jazmine Fox-Stern opened Boston Body Balance in Cambridge and Boston to help those suffering from aches, pains, injuries from overuse and exhaustion.
Katja Swift and Ryn Midura of CommonWealth Center for Herbal Medicine, in Brookline, present a new, advanced herbal-studies program beginning in January.
Pam Pearson of Usana Health Sciences now offers nutritional deficiency screenings through muscle response testing.
The Occupy Wall Street movement has succeeded in spotlighting the growing economic gap between sectors of the American populace, yet the grassroots protest is also being criticized for its lack of clear demands and goals.