More and more research is confirming what many of us have known for years -
there is a definite mind-body connection.
When we're feeling anxious, our breathing becomes shallow. When we're nervous, our gut will let us know. If the chemicals in our brains are too out of balance, some of us may become depressed or manic.
So much of what we offer -
, meditation, and
is great for enhancing the mind's positive impact on the body. When we consistently practice these we feel more calm and positive and strengthen our immune systems, among other benefits.
Many people don't realize that chiropractic care is also key to our health. A healthy spine means so much more than no back pain. Herbalist Lety can tell you all about the benefits of using herbs for healing and aromatherapy. Conchita Russo recently introduced us to
and Trifold Sequencing. They assist in disease prevention and help break the link of physical pain manifesting from emotional trauma.
These classes and therapies are not indulgences. They should be seen as "preventive medicine." Practiced regularly (
and that's the key), we can begin to heal from health problems and mitigate the damage done to ourselves from negative habits we've developed over the years.
We invite you to sign up for a class or make an appointment with one of our therapists or holistic wellness providers so you can
strengthen your mind-body connection. We want you to be well - now and for many years to come.
Curious about belly dancing
and always wanted to give it a try? Now's your chance! Katie Belakoua has studied Middle Eastern dance since 1994 and is passionate about dance for connecting the body, mind and soul. Join her for an evening of dance and laughter as you shimmy your way to health and fun.
March 5, 6:30-8
- Tai Chi begins week of March 14
Managing Stress Through Nutrition and Mindful Practices,
March 13, 2:30-4pm
Introduction to Herbalism,
March 20, 2:30-4:30pm
Check out our calendar as we offer a wide variety of classes and times as well as services to give you a pick-me-up.
- Yoga classes are canceled March. 4, 5 & 6 for Yoga Teacher Training
Theresa Franklin, NCTMB, LMT, RYT, CMT
Olivia Kelly, NCTMB, LMT
Girls' Night Out of Fun
March 5, 6:30-8 pm, $15.
Bring your girlfriends, kick off your shoes, let loose, and get ready for some fun!
This ancient art form is a woman's dance of celebration and femininity. Many movements focus on strengthening and toning of the back, shoulders, arms, glutes, legs, and abdominal muscles. As we develop our belly dancing movements we also focus on providing a cardio workout that will leave you with a shimmering shimmying glow.
Wear comfortable clothing and plan to be in bare feet. Hip scarfs will be available to borrow or purchase.
Katie Belakhoua has studied Middle Eastern dance since 1994 and until 2007 was an assistant to the director to Diana Wolf of Simone's 7th Veil Dance Studio. Currently belly dancing has provided Katie 20 pounds of weight loss postpartum and she is excited to show you really fun ways to integrate more dancing and movement into your daily life. Katie is passionate about dance for connecting the body, mind, and soul and looks forward to sharing a shimmy and building a supportive circle of women.
Drop by the studio or call 462-3900 to register.
Holistic Wellness provider and herbalist Lety Murphy is offering two workshops this month.
Please pre-register so enough supplies can be on hand.
To register, call 462-3900 or drop by to sign up.
Managing Stress Through Nutrition
and Mindful Practices
Sunday, March 13, 2:30-4:00 pm - $20
This workshop will provide nutrition strategies to allow your body to adapt to stress more easily. With the correct nutrition (food or diet), vitamins, minerals and herbs can help boost your immune system, reduce stress hormones, increase energy and assist in weight loss. Take home recipes and sample some healthy snacks.
Strategies taught during this workshop will help you learn how to be mindful of your eating and aware of what your body is telling you before symptoms get out of control. In addition, you will learn mindful practices such as meditation and listening to your intuition.
Introduction to Herbalism
Sunday, March 20,
2:30-4:30 pm - $25
This two hour class introduces you to the basic concepts, history and current use of Herbal Medicine and how it can change your life!
You will learn:
- 10 common herbs and their uses
- The different types of herbal medicine
- What is a tincture and what is an extract
- What is the difference between an herbal infusion and tea
- How to know a quality herb
- Spirit of Plant medicine
Tea and herb infused water will be provided.
Take home a tea sample of your choice!
* Lety and her workshops are not associated or affiliated with any particular essential oil company.
Do You Want to Feel Better and Be Healthier?
Chiropractic care can help with more than a wrenched back. It can help everything from headaches to musculoskeletal problems to digestive problems - even depression.
Our nervous system controls and coordinates every function in our body. Most of it is enclosed within our spinal column, stretching from the base of our brain to our sacrum. More nerves branch out from our spinal chord, reaching out between vertebrae toward every part of our body at various levels of our spine.
When our spine isn't flexible or has a subluxation (irritation) of the vertebrae, it interferes with our nervous system and manifests as health problems. Subluxations in the thoracic spine affect our digestive system. Growing research points to a link between digestive health and depression.
Serotonin is well known as a brain neurotransmitter but can be linked to and influenced by the gut. In fact, altered levels of this peripheral serotonin have been linked to diseases such as irritable bowel syndrome and cardiovascular disease. Serotonin also helps prevent depression and affects our sleep and appetite.
If you're suffering from depression or gastro-intestinal issues such as IBS or colitis, consider making an appointment to see Dr. Jenna Dallman, DC. She's offering a FREE consultation and exam for new patients in March.
Depending on the patient, the solution can be one or a combination of the following practices:
- provide information of supplementation
- suggest a route of adjustments to correct the subluxation
- perform acupuncture (for specific problems or organs
- perform cupping, which can take out toxins.
Call Dr. Dallman at 608-289-1217 to schedule your consultation.
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Create the Life You Desire
Are you struggling with circumstances in your life?
Conchita Russo can help you access your consciousness through Bars®.
Bars® are 32 points on the head that have stored your emotions, thoughts and beliefs over the years. Lightly touching them releases the negative that's holding you back.
Conchita also provides help with releasing pain caused by emotional trauma and with stimulating the immune system.
Call Conchita today at 909-266-6983 to access YOUR consciousness!
New Tai Chi Classes Begin Soon
The next Tai Chi session will begin the week of March 14, led by Jerry Whitten. Cost is $60 for 10 weeks.
Intro to Tai Chi - 5:30-6:30
Int. Tai Chi - 6:30-7:30
Adv. Tai Chi - 7:30-8:30
Intro to Tai Chi - 10:15-11:15 am
Please check the website calendar to confirm class times. Friend us on Facebook for updates and cancellations.
1:00-2:00 pm - Restorative/Yin
9:00-10:00 am - Hatha
6:00-7:00 pm - Hatha
9:00-10:00 am - Hatha
3:30-4:30 pm - Hatha
6:00-7:00 pm - Hatha
6:00-7:00 pm - Slow Flow/Yin
6:30-7:30 pm - Heart Opening Yoga
9:00-10:00 am - Hatha
5:30-6:30 pm - Intro to Chen Tai Chi
6:30-7:30 pm - Int. Chen Tai Chi
7:30-8:30 pm - Adv. Chen Tai Chi
Intro. to Chen Tai Chi