Each one of the 8 billion people inhabiting our planet is uniquely different—our genetics, ancestry, biochemistry, lifestyle, environment, likes and dislikes—down to our every thought, feeling and behavior.
It is vital to identify thoughtful approaches to improving one’s overall health and taking purposeful steps toward physical, emotional, mental and spiritual well-being.
The human body is beautifully outfitted to create and lay down new and healthy bone, provided there is adequate nutrition and absorption of nutrients.
Athletes are often hesitant about trying a plant-based diet. The reason: protein.
We sat down with Beth Gardner, certified lifestyle educator and the director of health and wellness for Acton Pharmacy, Keyes Drug, in Newton, and West Concord Pharmacy to discuss this topic in detail.
Biopuncture is a botanical injection therapy whereby specific body zones, or points, are injected with highly diluted natural products to support the immune system, regulate inflammatory processes and support natural repair mechanisms.
As a practice that nurtures the wholeness of the individual, Breema has the profound effect of supporting students to experience their body, mind and feelings working together in unity.
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.
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.