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Today we talk about how to cut down those expensive vet and emergency bills through holistic preventative healthcare and natural remedies.
We will talk about natural remedies for skin care, supplements, aroma therapy, diet and more. You will learn how to prevent serious disease, treat minor afflictions before they turn into something serious, diet, and more. We have several expert guests lined up to discuss these issues.
Learn how you can give those you love a better quality and longer life.
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ENVISION THIS: You can find balance, peace of mind and the joy & health benefits through skilled yoga practice!
Our guest, Tisha Bremner, will help to support and encourage you to access your positive internal resources and intrinsic motivation to create and manage the best life you can dream of for yourself. Let her walk with you on your journey to better health, happiness, and wellbeing. She is owner of Inner Light Yoga of Maine and a co-founder of the Integrative Wellness Council of Maine, a one-stop connection to integrative health and wellness in Maine where folks can discover the many aspects of holistic health in your life and how you can be happy, connected, and supported within your community.
Tisha says, “Yoga is about finding cohesion in all aspects of ourselves, so that we can live in better balance, joy and harmony. ” She is a dedicated teacher who links skillful actions and movement to breath in a fun, safe and effective way. She incorporates smart sequencing into each of her classes, so your body feels balanced, vibrant and well prepared to open in new ways. Her motto is “Movement is medicine and proper alignment heals.”
The vision of the Integrative Wellness Council of Maine is to support, promote and educate individuals, organizations and our community on the benefits and practices of holistic, evidence-based wellness and self-care. Their mission is to “Empower people, practitioners, and organizations within Maine to realize their full potential to be healthy and well through the transformative practices of integrative wellness.”
See the new book by your co-hosts, to be published in March 2015, at www.envisionthismedia.com/sophia-s-web
At just five weeks old, Muffin became paralyzed while in a shelter when a micro chip was inserted to close to his spine. He is now a year old and is on the road to recovery. This is a wonderful story of hope and determination and one person who refused to give up on a kitty that could not stand up.
Also joining us is Dr. Jessica Waldman. .Dr. Waldman is a veterinarian certified in canine rehabilitation and acupuncture focused on prevention. She founded California Animal Rehabilitation (CARE). She also cares for cats and is doing Muffin's rehabilitation. She will discuss this as well as pain management for cats and dogs, and prevention. Do you know how to recognize the signs your cat or dog may be in pain? It is not as obvious as you may think.
Angie Bailey is a cat writer and humorist. She has been a contributing writer for many publications and web sites, including Pet Radio, and has a new book out that she will tell us all about it. Her Facebook page Catladyland, has over 500,000 followers.
Many religious people assume that they are on a path of spiritual growth simply because they attend services. But is spirituality more than just attending services? In this episode I will explore the simularities, differences, and the relationships between religion and spirituality. How can you tell if you are in a religious insitution which encourages spiritual growth, or one that works against it. Although there are differences between religion and spirituality, the two are not mutually exclusive. Incidental music by Sun Palace and Capital Sons. See also our website at http://infinitespirituality.blogspot.com
The global business world is evolving at a break-neck pace, creating an environment in which outdated norms and practices are routinely challenged and set aside. One compelling benefit of this evolution has been the creation of more open and welcoming workplaces – in which people from all walks of life can be true to themselves while at work. At the same time, spirituality is one topic that all too often remains taboo while on the job. In this episode of their popular radio show, Daniel and Johnnie lead a frank, engaging discussion on why your spirituality can and should be a visible component of everything you do in life – including going to work.
Here we will discuss specific examples of Spiritual growth along with disciplines through which Spiritual growth can be attained. In Spirituality (as in anything) discipline and openness to change are key factors to growth. How can we use these keys to our benefit? We must first be willing to listen to other people so as to hear the truth in what they have to say, then be prepared to listen deeply to Divine Spirit and sacrifice our previously held assumptions. The Truth will set us free, but first we must be willing to hear it! My guest will be Rev. Elizabeth Thornley. Join us at our new time of 7:00 PM (CST) on Wednesdays.
In 2006 Courtney White, lost her father due to cancer. During this turbulent time she remembers, family, friends and neighbors providing meals for her family. The meals gave her family one less thing to worry about, but also gave them nourishment and hope.
Through this experience Courtney founded Culinary Care.
Join me as I sit down in conversation with Courtney White to learn more about Culinary Care and how they help families in the Chicagoland area.
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