HealingWays

Enlightening Ideas about Money

Think Independence, Intimacy, Integrity by April Thompson Money influences our choice of job or home, and sense of security, worth and power; it can also make life more or less convenient. Yet, despite its essential importance, money is often a forbidden topic among family members. Money Talk Taboo “We are not taught how to have […]

Heart-Based Leadership

Women Mobilize to Heal the World by Linda Sechrist The Heart to Lead: Women as Allies for the Greater Good, a documentary film directed and produced by Cheryl Gould, of Naples, Florida, explores the emerging paradigm of heart-based feminine leadership and how it is attuning women to their inner strengths, beliefs, each other and our […]

Heal Adrenal Fatigue Naturally

Practical Ways to Regain Vitality by Linda Sechrist Fatigue due to physical or mental exertion is common in those beleaguered by stress, poor eating habits and insomnia, struggling to balance the needs of family and career and too often using caffeine and other stimulants to artificially rebound energy. James L. Wilson, Ph.D., a doctor of […]

Workplace Wisdom

Mindfulness in Corporate Life by April Thompson The workplace can be filled with stress, egos and distractions that challenge the productive and happy atmosphere we desire. Both employees and employers are adopting mindfulness to help cope and transform both themselves and their work environment. Rooted in Eastern philosophies like Buddhism, most workplace mindfulness programs have […]

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 […]

Make Time for Downtime

Chilling Out Revives Body and Soul April Thompson <img src=”/images/cache/cache_9/cache_7/cache_8/Downtime-Relaxing-Healthy-d13f9879.jpeg?ver=1466190759&aspectratio=1.875″ alt=””> Here’s something to add to our to-do list: nothing. Americans today work more hours than ever before, foregoing hardearned vacation days and spending more time with electronic devices than with friends and family. The temptation and pressure to do more at the expense of […]

Tress Stress

Natural Ways to Prevent Hair Loss Jody McCutcheon Ancient Egyptians sought to stem hair loss and stimulate hair growth with a cocktail of iron oxide, red lead, onions, alabaster, animal fats and honey. Today, we’re still deploying creative approaches. Men’s hair loss, specifically, is a billion-dollar industry, touting solutions ranging from chemically laced topical treatments […]

Natural Women’s Healthcare: Interview with Dr. Jennifer Dillon

by Lisa Moore After suffering from debilitating headaches several years ago, Jennifer Dillon found relief through chiropractic care. This inspired her to help others with health issues and she decided to become a chiropractor. She began eight years of study in biology and biochemistry which provided her with the structural and chemical base necessary for […]

Kamini Desai Explores a Yogic Life: Inner Calmness Leads to Self-Mastery

by Linda Sechrist Kamini Desai’s Ph.D. worthy versatile body of teachings combines her lifelong interests in Western psychology and Eastern philosophy. Trained at the Kripalu Center for Yoga & Health, in Stockbridge, Massachusetts, she develops and leads core programs for Florida’s Amrit Yoga Institute, providing advanced studies dedicated to the science and system of integrated […]

Food Addiction Recovery: Through Education and Support

At 26 years old, “Rebecca” weighed 288 pounds and was in poor health. With a resting heart rate of 160, she couldn’t walk up a flight of stairs without being winded or cross her legs without having to hold them in place. Successful in other areas of her life, she felt hopeless, helpless and ashamed, […]