Leaders and practitioners of reflexology, reiki and other exempted modalities from the massage law are organizing to protect their right to work and volunteer in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
Calling upon the ancient wisdom of The Yoga Sutra may be useful when choosing a yoga practice.
The practice of reiki in hospitals, either by volunteer reiki practitioners or by reiki-trained doctors, nurses, physician and nurse assistants, physical therapists, occupational therapists, or speech language pathologists, has vastly grown around the world.
Yoga can reconnect the body to its wisdom when the whole body is being listened to, regardless of which body part is being stretched or strengthened.
While conventional oncologists consider certain cancers, including brain, to be terminal, hope lies in venturing outside the box of conventional thinking. This includes researching and evaluating U.S.-based and foreign-based clinical trials using experimental approaches to treat primary cancers and recurrent cancers with immunotherapy or gene-targeted therapy.
In a city that is home to more arts and cultural organizations per capita than any other metropolitan area, creativity is part of Boston’s DNA.
Local groups and organizations in the Greater Boston area are taking on food waste in the community.
Low Dose Naltrexone (LDN) has been the subject of much debate due to its potential in benefiting certain disease states including cancers, immune-related diseases and pain.
Creativity makes the world go ‘round in art, work, relationships and problem solving. If we heed what research and observation teach us, we’ll flourish in our creative endeavors.
The medical community typically treats with high doses of antibiotics with varying results, but Peter Howe, an alternative health practitioner and certified neuromuscular therapist, uses a multi-dimensional approach that is customized and unique to each individual.