Michael Liss

Rose Wellness Center 571-529-6699; RoseWellness.com Michael Liss is a Doctor of Classical Homeopathy and an integrative health practitioner. He specializes in using homeopathy to help you find relief from various emotional and physical health problems including addictions, substance abuse, anxiety, depression, allergies, asthma, childhood ailments, migraines, hair and skin disorders, immune deficiencies and sinus disorders. Read More »

Chiropractic to the Rescue

It Helps IBD, ADHD, PMS and Other Conditions by Edward Group Chiropractic care corrects spinal alignment abnormalities as a means of treating a wide range of health problems. Addressing skeletal and muscular disorders and relieving pain are just the beginning. Research studies reported in the Journal of Manipulative and Physiological Therapeutics and the journal of healing science Explore have found ... Read More »

Learn Thai Yoga Massage

Thai Yoga Massage (Nuad Pan Boran) is an ancient form of therapeutic healing. Born in the temples of Thailand, it has been practiced for more than 2,500 years and combines acupressure, energy/meridian balancing, stretching and gentle yoga asanas (postures) in order to align the energies of the body for optimal health and wellness. Training to learn this ancient healing art ... Read More »

Free Talk on Relieving Pain Without Medications

Most doctors know that up to 80 percent of women over the age of 45 have muscle and joint pain and fail to feel normal. Many are not depressed and in need of antidepressants, yet they are prescribed these medications, without success. Dr. Serena Satcher has an approach that can get at the root causes and offers a free talk ... Read More »

The Power of Family Constellations On Health

by Dr. Isabel Sharkar Emotional and psychological wellness is a result of what we think, learn, experience and suffer, and how we interpret our lives. Additionally, we are influenced by the energy we receive from our ancestors. The flow of qi (energy) that is available to us from our parents (alive or deceased), is dependent on our ability to open ... Read More »

Natural Approach To Dealing With Chronic Digestive Disorders

by Sushma Hirani, M.D.              We are what we eat. Our digestive system provides nutrition for every cell in our body and plays a critical role in our immune system. A “sick” digestive system results in an increase in chronic and degenerative diseases and a steady decline of health and well-being. What Is Digestion? Digestion is the process by which ... Read More »

Music as Medicine

Music Soothes, Energizes and Heals Us by Kathleen Barnes As primeval drumbeats echo across an African savannah, the rhythms circle the globe, picked up by the chants and rattles of shamans gracing Amazonian jungles and Siberian tundra. They’re repeated in Gregorian chants filling medieval cathedrals and Om meditations resounding in Himalayan caves and yoga classes everywhere. They gently echo in ... Read More »

Yoga and Parkinson’s: An Interview with Kim Brooks

Kim Brooks is a Yoga for Parkinson’s instructor with the Parkinson Foundation of the National Capital Area (PFNCA). She recently spoke with M. Teresa Vandergriff, to discuss yoga’s benefits for people facing this condition. Yoga seems demanding with its “pretzel” poses; can it work for Parkinson’s? KB: Yoga is the union of breath and awareness of the moment, and there ... Read More »

Salt Air in the City

Salt Rooms Soothe Allergies and Skin Conditions by Avery Mack According to the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America, as many as 50 million Americans are affected by seasonal or year-round nasal allergies. Additionally, 56 million suffer from eczema, psoriasis or rosacea. Prescriptions and over-the-counter drugs may help, but aren’t a cure. Salt therapy can be a gentler, all-natural solution ... Read More »

Active Isolated Stretching

by James Graffenberg It’s interesting how ignorance, coupled with arrogance, can spark a natural awakening to evolve into highly valuable, useful knowledge and practice. This natural awakening may be easily accomplished by thinking outside of the box of so-called norms, the mainstream and conventional education. The previous terms may describe those under strict code of conformity and they may also ... Read More »