October 24th is Acupuncture Oriental Medicine (AOM) Day. In an effort to increase awareness of the benefits of acupuncture and Oriental Medicine, the Atlantic Institute of Oriental Medicine’s (ATOM) Intern Clinic is offering free Tongue and Pulse Diagnosis, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., daily. New patient treatments cost $20 (50 percent savings) and current ATOM patients receive $10 off their next visit (valid 10/24-11/17/18, herbs not included).
Articles Written By: Natural Awakenings
Massage, the power of relaxation and stress reduction are imperative in today’s hectic world. Laura Doan, LMT, of Healing Touch Massage, offers therapy tailored to suit the individual’s specific needs for healing improvements, including therapeutic massage, delivered to you at your home or office.
For more than 20 years Carole Ramsay had heard about the healings performed by John of God in Brazil. In May 2016, to heal a blood disorder, she went on a two-week pilgrimage that changed her life. With its extraordinarily high frequencies, the Casa de Dom Inacio, in Abadiania, Brazil, welcomes two to three thousand people daily, for healing.
An Interview with Qigong Practitioner Jeff Primack (Part 1 of 2)
Interview was conducted by Michelene Bell, publisher of In Light Times magazine. Jeff Primack, Qigong teacher, has studied with Qigong masters from around the world and has taught over 50,000 people in live seminars.
MB: What benefits does Qi provide and HOW does it accomplish healing?
JP: Say you’re a battery… and the Qi is the life force that keeps the battery going; when the juice inside is used up… the battery is lifeless. Qi is related to your lifespan. If people squander energy on arguing and negative pattern behavior, then how can anyone increase energy? Qigong understands where people lose their energy and how to get it back. Yet, Qi also has profoundly physical effects that unlock our potential.
South Florida Wellness Network (SFWN) is the only nonprofit peer-run agency in South Florida offering free services to those seeking long-term recovery from mental illness and/or substance use.
Created four years ago as part of a federal grant to serve youth with mental illness, SFWN offers programs for youth, adults and families who are looking for resources, services and programs to better themselves and those they love.
by Lori Cardona
As I sat down to write this article, I wanted to honor the teachers and teachings that led me to a dedicated path of interfaith spirituality. As the co-founder of Sacred Journey Interfaith Seminary, in Fort Lauderdale, I am charged with the task of expanding the minds and hearts of seminarians who are newly exposed to information that requires flexibility of consciousness and possibly a change of preconceived religious notions.
The long-running Awaken Wellness Fair, New York’s best loved body, mind, spirit, green expo, comes to the Port St. Lucie Civic Center, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., on January 17, 2019.
“The Awaken Fairs began in 2002 with just 42 holistic practitioners working on each other in a small office. Today it has grown to more than 1000 guests and 150 exhibitors participating in this quarterly party,” says event producer Paula Caracappa. Continue Reading
by Louise Goldberg
Many individuals are drawn to yoga because of their natural flexibility. Encouraged to stretch to their limits and beyond, they enjoy the sense of freedom they experience in postures. The urge to push through every pose and overcome the body’s efforts at resistance can be intoxicating.
Have you or a loved one recently been diagnosed with cancer? Dr. Yolanda Cintron, of International Center for Dental Excellence, Fort Lauderdale and Dr. Linda Huxtable, Medicine People, Palm Coast, present the lecture series, Healing from the Inside Out, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., on September 15. This free seminar is for anyone with cancer, including breast, prostate, leukemia, bone, liver, etc.
by Dr. Iqbal Nazir
Shingles or herpes zoster occurs when the dormant chickenpox virus,
varicella-zoster, is reactivated in nerve tissues. The rash can be accompanied by itching, burning and/or deep pain. Early signs of shingles include tingling and localized pain. The rash quickly develops fluid filled blisters similar to chicken pox, most common on the torso and face.