Spotlight

BioGeoGenetics Is Restoring the Salt of the Earth

by Robin Fillmore When Doc Cornelius Warren was a young child, his grandmother often used the familiar phrase, “you are the salt of the earth.” Little did he know at the time that as an adult, he would devote his life to finding the ways that this salt, cell salts particularly, can bring better health to so many. Warren is ... Read More »

Intuitive Wellness Center: Equipping Clients for Self-Transformation

By Robin Fillmore The path to finding healing isn’t always the most direct route but, sometimes navigating the turns and the forks in the road are just as important as the journey itself. It could be said that Miriam Hunter and Gina Maybury, who run the Intuitive Wellness Center in Burke, Virginia, have both been on such a journey and ... Read More »

Top Local Chefs Prepare Your Meals and Bring Them Close

Power Supply has quickly grown to become a favorite option for local overworked professionals who have decided that it is important to eat healthy, tasty meals, even if they have little time to prepare them. A tech meets food kind of service, Power Supply connects busy folks who want to eat better with talented local food makers who have interesting ... Read More »

Hambrock Holistic Healing Center Takes Care of the Whole Person

by Samatha Hudgins Much like putting two puzzle pieces together doesn’t show the entire picture, healing just one part of a person won’t make them whole. That’s why Hambrock Holistic Healing Center aims to take care of a person’s mind, body and soul—all of which founder Connie Hambrock believes interconnect. To achieve the goal of mind, body and soul total ... Read More »

Level Fitness

Living Level, Obtaining Balance in the Mind, Body and Soul Ten years ago in the heart of Cabin John, a little gym first opened its doors to invite members of the Cabin John, Potomac, North Potomac and Bethesda communities to obtain better lives through fitness in an environment one can only describe as unique. Level, A Unique Fitness Club, aptly ... Read More »

Dawson’s Market Celebrates Community in Rockville and Beyond

Opening in September 2012, Dawson’s Market joined Rockville Town Square as its anchor natural grocery store but has quickly established itself as an anchor for the community; a feat that begins with living up to their slogan, “Celebrating community through local and organic food.” Independently owned by Rick Hood, this small business is able to connect customers with local vendors, ... Read More »

National Spotlight on Local Green Blogger

Lori Hill, also known as the driving force behind the Sister Eden (SisterEden.com), made her mark nationally after the Green Festival last month.  Following her talk at the festival, titled How to Inspire People to Go Green Without Being an Intellectual Schmuck, Forbes magazine featured Hill’s work with her husband, John Robinette and one of the signature videos of Sister ... Read More »

Spotlight on Indigo Integrative Health Clinic

What do you get when you cross a mother-daughter team of naturopathic practitioners with a clinic equipped to provide natural family medicine to men, women and children—Indigo Integrative Health Clinic. Located in northwest Washington, Indigo Integrative Health Clinic is a concierge medical practice that offers naturopathic care for treatment of a variety of health problems, including fatigue, weight management, psychiatric, ... Read More »

A Therapeutic Experience: Potomac Massage Training Institute

Why would one choose to become a massage therapist? To promote health? To inspire well-being? For a rewarding work environment? How about to make someone feel better, which makes you feel better? Executive Director of Potomac Massage Training Institute (PMTI), Tam Gelman, LMT, NCTMB says massage practitioners benefit in all of these ways and more. “There is nothing more rewarding ... Read More »

Values and Community at Maryland University of Integrative Health

When Cheryl Walker first entered the Maryland University of Integrative Health (MUIH) in 1998, as a student in a community education program, she had no idea that one day, she would be setting a new standard for university education as the nation’s first Chief Values Officer. Nor did she realize she would be creating a transformational educational experience for the ... Read More »