Healing

Amazing Embrace

The Healing Power of Hugs  by April Thompson  Hugs don’t just feel good; they do good. A simple embrace can boost our health and mood, connect us spiritually and even help mend society. Hugs and other types of affectionate touching can provide numerous benefits in the face of threats or stress, according to Michael Murphy, Ph.D., a researcher with the ... Read More »

Really Know Your Heart

by Allan Tomson The heart is a muscular pump that sits in the center of the chest within a protective sac called the pericardium. The heart is made up of four chambers: a right and a left atrium, which are the upper chambers and receive blood, as well as a right and left ventricle, which are the lower, more-muscular chambers ... Read More »

Free Webinar: An Integrative Approach to Thyroid Conditions

About 20 million Americans suffer from some kind of thyroid disease, according to the American Thyroid Association.  Moreover, a large number of them are unaware of their thyroid disorder. To learn more about this condition, and to discover the ways that it can be treated in from an integrative approach, join Natural Awakenings and Dr. Alex Leon for a free, live webinar ... Read More »

Just Breathe: An Immersion of Emotional Mastery

Experience a revolutionary approach to self-improvement and self-healing just outside of Annapolis at the Breath of Wellness Studio this coming March 4 through 10. Participants will enjoy a week, or a day, of learning, dedicated to personal empowerment, right action and emotional management with Dan Brulé, master Breathworker and author of Just Breathe. Join Brulé for a book signing and ... Read More »

The Viscera—Better Known as Internal Organs: How to Cleanse and Strengthen

by Allan Tomson Visceral manipulation practitioners, particularly those with qualifications as holistic chiropractors, are committed to helping patients be as healthy as they can be. This means going beyond relieving symptoms to optimizing the function of all systems in the body. They can look at each system in the body and ask, “what are some things we can do specifically ... Read More »

Strengthen Organ Vitality

Simple Steps to Feeling Great Again  by Ronica A. O’Hara With the merry-making furor of the holidays behind us, it’s that time of year when our bodies are crying out for some detox and rejuvenation. Aside from getting back to the basics—a healthy diet and daily exercise—we can take a page from traditional Chinese and Indian medical practices and holistic ... Read More »

Testing Replaces Guessing: New Answers for Health in the New Year

By Dr. Isabel Sharkar When it comes to taking care of your body, how will you make this new year different from all the rest? A healthy mind, a clean body and a strong spirit will go a very long way in helping you live your best year ever. Your health is the most important thing. Read on to learn ... Read More »

Head, Heart and Gut-Check—How to Navigate a Confusing World

by Lee Milteer We are living in unprecedented times of stress, confusion and overwhelm. We all need resources to help navigate these challenging times and make the right decisions for the highest and best long-term good for ourselves, our family and our business. Those resources can be found within each of us if we pause to consider three reliable indicators: ... Read More »

The Humble Castor Oil Pack to the Rescue

by Allan Tomson We live in a medical culture of high-tech and low touch, machines beeping, computer readouts and people in white coats. Yet here sits the humble castor oil pack. No wires to plug in and nothing to wear out. This amazing remedy has been used therapeutically in ancient India, China, Persia, Egypt, Africa and the Americas. In modern ... Read More »

Ease Repetitive Strain Injuries

Targeted Exercises Lower Risk of Injury by Marlaina Donato Weekend athletes, office workers and hobbyists greatly benefit from a balanced array of regular exercises as a preventive measure against injury. In our technological age, repetitive strain injury (RSI) is all too common, and anyone using a computer daily can be at risk. Sedentary lifestyles help set the stage for injury. ... Read More »