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Assisted Yoga


By on Jan 8, 2019 in Assisted Yoga, General, Healthy Alternatives | 0 comments

Have you tried AcroYoga? Step into the unknown while being supported. AcroYoga pushes the body, mind, emotion, energy and spirit to new realms. Find yourself, so you can be the flyer, base or spotter, during facilitated sessions. From basic principles, SIMPLE connections, to fundamental flows, sessions will ask you to work as a group to build and discover the BLISS...

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Laughter is the Best Medicine

By on Jul 7, 2018 in Healthy Alternatives | 0 comments

Life can be silly! I enjoy all the health benefits from Laughing. When life starts to feel stressful I use Laughter to calm my nerves. One a month we hold a Laugh Therapy session. I love sharing techniques that help us stay in the present moment. Follow the link for Laughter Information in Flow Chart. Laughter Wellness Organization (Give yourself-the gift-of 5 mins...

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Partner Yoga

Partner Yoga

By on Nov 13, 2017 in Assisted Yoga, Yoga | 0 comments

In 1997 I feel in love with Partner Yoga. Over the years I’ve attended many training events. Connecting with another person is very energizing. Learn how to let go and be supported while supporting. It seems to magical to me when you pay attention to your breath and at the same time your partners and when 2 people breath in and out at the same time you become...

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Neutralize Blood

By on Feb 1, 2017 in Healthy Alternatives | 0 comments

Our body will put itself into balance at any cost. Even if it has to take alkalinity out of joints, bones, teeth, nails or hair to decrease the acidity. Try eating 80% of these ALKALIZING FOODS VEGETABLES Garlic Asparagus Fermented Veggies Watercress Beets Broccoli Brussel sprouts Cabbage Carrot Cauliflower Celery Chard Chlorella Collard Greens Cucumber Eggplant...

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Chia Seed Water Beverage

By on Dec 19, 2016 in Recipes | 0 comments

Chia Seeds are light and have a nutty taste, odorless and will absorb any flavor they are soaked in. They are easy to add to recipes. Here is my favorite: 2 cups water 1/8 tsp. Maple extract 1/4 tsp. Stevia Mix all ingredients together and stir for 1 minute. Let sit 20 minutes or overnight. Daily intake recommendation: The WHO (and USDA) recommend a daily intake of...

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Feeding a Gluten-free Sourdough Starter

By on Dec 16, 2016 in Recipes | 0 comments

If you received a Sourdough Culture from me -(or someone else)- The starter must be fed at regular intervals in order to ensure a vigorous, healthy leavening agent. (keep in refrigerator, when not needed, see below for maintenance) When maintained at room temperature, the starter will always be fresh and ready to use for baking within a few hours of feeding. 1....

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