Health

Tools to Face Aging and Challenging Times at Raj Yoga

Raj Yoga Center, located in Sterling, has been serving the area since 1975, teaching and sharing the benefits of Kundalini yoga. Known as the “yoga of awareness”, Kundalini yoga offers innumerable physical, spiritual and mental benefits, and can be practiced by all ages and abilities. In addition to the classes regularly offered, including a community class by donation each Sunday ... Read More »

Build Strong Bones Workshop

Susan Brady of Nurtured Bones and her fitness assistant Carrie Seifert are offering a half-day workshop: Overcoming Osteoporosis and Osteopenia. Taking participants beyond medication to treat and reverse this condition that challenges so many women and men, Brady and Seifert provide a better way to health through nutrition, exercise, stress management and supplementation. The workshop will be held from 9 ... Read More »

Embracing Your Moon

by Dr. Isabel Sharkar, ND What has been passed down to us from our mothers and grandmothers about the sacred feminine and taking care of our female organs? How many of us have been taught to honor and embrace our menstrual (moon) cycles? Most of us view our moon cycle as a nuisance—wishing it to be over and done with. ... Read More »

Healing the Hard Stuff

Natural Approaches Resolve Major Illnesses by Linda Sechrist Although alternative healing modalities may be recognized by natural health enthusiasts as a preferred approach to treatment, in the face of major health issues, even they tend to join the crowd that’s turning first to conventional medicine. Thus, many gentler modalities described in The Encyclopedia of Natural Medicine, co-authored by doctors of ... Read More »

Chronic Inflammation May Be Causing your Bones to Slowly Simmer

by Susan Brady Most people are familiar with the inflammation that occurs when we injure a joint, cut ourselves or develop an infection. This swelling, redness, heat and pain is one of our body’s most important mechanisms to heal an injury or fight infection. This acute inflammatory process generally lasts a few days and is the body’s way of recovering ... Read More »

Moving Through Menopause

Exercising Reduces Symptoms by Marlaina Donato Transitioning through menopause and the years of perimenopausal hormone fluctuation leading up to the finale can be physically and emotionally challenging for many women. Consistently following a healthy diet and positive lifestyle are important, but health researchers, doctors and midlife women can attest to the multidimensional benefits of exercise. Perks may include reduction of ... Read More »

Don’t Sweat It! The Health Benefits of Sauna

Sauna has been a beloved and persistent tradition in cultures across the globe for many years and there is good reason—it has innumerable health benefits. Not only is a sauna a great way to relieve stress, it can also flush toxins from the body. The deep sweating that is experienced in a sauna can release toxins from deep in the tissue, including copper, lead, mercury ... Read More »

Why Are My Joints Hurting Me?

A Seminar on Arthritis Many people suffer with insomnia, muscle and joint pain, inability to exercise because of pain and fatigue, depression or lack of motivation, memory problems, brain fog, nervous and emotional problems without any hope of relief. Serena Satcher, M.D., has an approach that can get at the root causes and is offering a free talk that will ... Read More »

What’s Your Ayurveda Type?

by Laina Poulakos Ayurveda is a 5000-year-old philosophy, based on the belief that humans are all made of one of three prime energies. We are born with one prime energy at birth—prakruti, but we will have a bit of the other elements through different times, as we face our journeys through life. Keeping these elements in balance will help the ... Read More »

Rose Wellness Provides a Fully Integrative Approach to Wellness and Healing

Sushma Hirani, M.D., a family medicine practitioner, has been practicing integrative medicine using the best of conventional and alternative medicine techniques for the past 11 years. When a patient has what Hirani refers to as their “Aha! moment”—the moment they finally start to understand why their body is behaving the way it is—the healing process begins automatically because they not ... Read More »