by E. Joan Barice
There are a small but growing number of physicians and other health professionals who accept and use essential oils. It is particularly difficult for me, having benefited so much from the use of therapeutic essential oils, to accept the resistance of conventional medicine to them...
by Karen Branch
What pops into your mind when you see the word astrology? Perhaps you think of the astrology column in the local newspaper predicting your day ahead. Or maybe you remember some words once read about your Sun Sign (Aquarius is intelligent and rebellious; Taurus is loyal and stubborn; Aries is selfish and courageous.) While all of this is a part of popularized astrology, these perceptions are extremely limited. As a professional astrologer, these are the ideas and misconceptions I like to dispel...
by Marc Gravelle
Do you know anyone, a friend, family member, co-worker or acquaintance who considers himself or herself a perfectionist? If so, have you ever noticed that they seem somewhat edgy, on guard or perhaps demanding?
We live in a very competitive world and it is important to have high personal and professional standards. However, when a person’s standard or goal is perfection, they may not realize that they are setting themselves up to experience more frustration, anxiety, and disappointment than is necessary. The goal of perfection is unrealistic...
by Hannah Sido
Where do I begin in describing my accolades for “Women Who Run With the Wolves”? And more so, how it has enlightened my healing journey? As a Wild Woman who relates personally to the stories and messages in this book and Psychologist deeply interested in other’s growth and healing, I come at this review from an interconnection of both personal and professional. “Women Who Run With the Wolves” combines the infinite wisdom of stories passed along from generation to generation with the brilliant interpretation and sharing of Clarissa Pinkoka Estes, Ph.D....
Books for Healing
by Sylvia Carlson
Human beings need touch - to grow, to develop, to mature, to survive, to thrive...The reality is that it can be very alienating not to be touched. Perhaps this is why we, particularly in the West, seek out what Diane Ackerman (1990) calls professional touchers such as hairdressers, cosmeticians, estheticians and massage therapists...
Massage & Bodywork
by Adri Kyser, E-RYT 500
Whether they are looking to loose weight or to release stress, yoga is becoming more and more popular across the globe. You see celebrities, professional sport athletes, even doctors endorsing the benefits this practice can bring to your life. No wonder why everyone is giving it a try...
Editor's Note from Lexi Yoga: More and more people are turning into yoga these days. Here are 8 ways to help start and sustain a proper yoga practice. Sometimes, all you need is a little motivation.
Editor´s Note: This video may anger you or awaken your sense of knowing that there are options. But truth be told voluntarily self-poisoning should not be accepted we have choices in our healthcare. Each therapy has it's benefits and this video, this journal nor myself does not encourage abstinence of visiting a qualified medical professional. They serve their purpose just as alternative medicine has a purpose. Both compliment the other.
Editor's Note: This is a professionally done video with great color and variation. The therapist's voice is clear and she has good hands for massage and always has contact with the client's body.
Massage & Bodywork
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