On January 1, Kelly McCormack is releasing the first of a three-book series that is designed to help us gain competence and grow immensely, both personally and professionally.
Gary Kracoff, a registered pharmacist and naturopathic doctor at Johnson Compounding & Wellness, in Waltham, prefers to recommend nutraceuticals and medical foods as part of a patient’s treatment plan.
This month’s feature story, “Dial Down Stress: How to Stay Calm and Cool”, by Lisa Marshall got me thinking a bit about how I deal with anxiousness.
A certified Shiatsu practitioner program will be available once more in Boston at the Watertown Center for Healing Arts.
Bhavna Srivastava, founder and CEO of Bhvana’s Wellness Group, in Shrewsbury, Massachusetts, has announced the 2018 Women’s Spiritual Retreat from February 15 to 25 in India and Dubai.
Activities and exercises to help individuals embody the message that we are “enough”, inseparable from the universe and its infinite ability to create plenty.
To help combat the barrage of emotional intensity and stress that the holidays can bring, Sacred Temple Arts is offering special holiday sessions this month.
Two of the trickiest topics to discuss are politics and religion. I’m giving myself a pass this month because what’s resonating within feels deeper than what the general term religion evokes for me.
Although antibiotics are often prescribed as a mainstream remedy or cure-all for Lyme, it is becoming evident that antibiotics may only provide some initial relief of symptoms.
Herbal formulas can help to relax and rebalance the whole system, no matter the source of the stress.