Health and Mobility: Fit for Life with Nia

By Deborah Redfern, Nia instructor and Feng Shui Practitioner Nia teacher Deborah Redfern Photo by: Rachelle Polsom A year ago last spring, I found out I was a diabetic. It was discovered during a routine checkup, but I wasn’t entirely surprised because my weight had been climbing steadily for a Continue Reading →

Expanding our Hearts for Japan and the World: Hold a Vision that the Collective Can Move Towards

A Message from Sandra Ingerman Regarding World Events By Sandra Ingerman © Our hearts expand as we embrace the enormity of all the pain being suffered by the people and all living beings in Japan who have been impacted by the earthquake and the tsunami. When we feel that our Continue Reading →

Thermography and Breast Health

I had my first breast thermography this week and it was painless, non-invasive, and I was exposed to NO radiation.  While I’m undecided whether or not I’ll continue the annual mammograms, I was becoming concerned that I was exposing myself to harmful radiation annually, so I started looking for an Continue Reading →

More about Oxygen Therapy

While some of you were enthused about The One Minute Cure ebook mentioned in our last ezine, others expressed displeasure at our having included a link to this video pitch. While we’d agree there is an uncomfortable degree of “hype” with this particular presentation, I personally do not think a Continue Reading →