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Mycoskie to Deliver Lecture in Charlotte

Blake Mycoskie, founder and chief shoe giver of TOMS Shoes, will present The Power of Giving: Conscious Capitalism and the Future of Business, at 7 p.m. on November 28 at the Knight Theater at the Levine Center for the Arts in Charlotte. Presented by the Learning Society of Queens University of Charlotte, the event will provide […]

Two Wellness Dinner Seminars in Prineville

Dr. Michael Smith, a national speaker, leading wellness expert and founder of Carolinas Natural Health Center in Matthews, will present two free dinner seminars this month, both starting at 6:30 p.m. at Harper’s Restaurant in Pineville. He’ll be speaking about Reversing Diabetes on November 7 and How to Improve Your Health by Healing Your Gut on November 28. […]

Special Intro Offer at The Salt Pad

Garrett Krause, owner of The Salt Pad in Charlotte, is offering new customers half off of the normal cost of $35 for their first salt therapy session along with a two-week unlimited salt therapy pass for $79 in November and December. The experience can provide natural relief for asthma, allergies, sinusitis, cough, cold, bronchitis, chronic […]

Carolina Family Healthcare Now Offering Mental Health Services

Carolina Family Healthcare in Charlotte is excited to announce the addition of physician’s assistant (PA) Erik Osborne and Gregory Georgiou, Ph.D., licensed professional counselor, to work with adults and adolescents on mental health. Osborne began his career as a counselor/therapist. Prior to becoming a PA, he earned his Master’s Degree in counseling and worked as a […]

A Whole-Person Approach to Managing Diabetes

by Dave Hamilton Diabetes is commonly simplified as a genetic or biochemical malfunction, but lifestyle, diet, length of time diagnosed and what medications or supplements patients are taking are all important factors. There are three pillars to health: the physical, the mental/emotional and the spiritual. When one or more of these pillars is off balance, […]

Balance and Transform

With the Raindrop Technique by Hal Smith The powerful Raindrop Technique, developed by Young Living founder D. Gary Young in the 1980s, uses essential oils and combines several modalities to support balance and transformation on a physical and emotional level. The process involves applying therapeutic-grade essential oils to the spine, neck and feet. The session […]

Cover Artist Correction: Female Ginkgo with Fruit (Ginkgo Biloba) by Robert Llewellyn

Cover Artist correction:  Female Ginkgo with Fruit (Ginkgo Biloba) by Robert Llewellyn Cover photographer Robert Llewellyn first started photographing trees for a book project with garden writer Nancy Ross Hugo, a collaboration that changed the course of his career. “I had always thought of trees as objects in the composition of a photo, not something alive and connected to everything in the ecosystem,” […]

Patients of Dr. Jennifer Dillon Are Like Family

by Martin Miron Dillon Natural Health helps healthy people thrive and ailing people get to a better state of health and well-being using a combination of nutrition, Applied Kinesiology, chiropractic and other services to reduce inflammation, balance the gut, create a healthy immune system and stabilize the structural and chemical aspects of the body. Owner […]

Holistic Chiropractors Bring Cutting-Edge Solutions

Chiropractic medicine, once banned and then marginalized as a bone-cracking adjunct to “real’ medicine, has quickly emerged from the shadows as a full-fledged, valuable component of the healthcare community, and recently, as a solution to the opioid crisis that is wreaking havoc in our country. As with many related fields, some have a more holistic […]

North Carolina Retreats

Fortunately for the Charlotte Region, one does not need to travel far or spend a lot of money for a transformational experience. Check out these opportunities in our own backyard.   Christmount Retreat, Camp and Conference Center 222 Fern Way, Black Mountain, NC 828-669-8977 · Christmount.org Offering a variety of retreats and camps for all […]