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Wayne Diotte, founder of Macrobiotics Canada, was taught at a young age to be curious, how to have fun and enjoy the sheer thrill of being alive. Always seeking a way to feel more vibrant and more alive, Wayne experimented with his diet until he found the holistic approach of macrobiotics a right fit but not without questioning authority! Read Wayne's bio in his own words at http://www.macrobiotics.ca/history-of-mc/
Patrick M. Riley has been an advocate of natural health care since 1978. A graduate of La Salle University in Philadelphia, Patrick pursued studies in macrobiotics, shiatsu and related health subjects at the Kushi Institutes in London, England and Boston.
In 1982 following a brief employment in the natural food industry, Patrick co-founded the Bucks County Macrobiotic Center in Langhorne, PA. It was here at the community level that Patrick refined his skills as a teacher, therapist and counselor. The success of the center was largely due to his enthusiasm for a comprehensive learning experience. The multi-dimensional educational program he helped develop and sponsor attracted countless participants to the center, a dynamic full service macrobiotic facility.
In 1990 he established the Pennsylvania School of Shiatsu, a 350 hour certification program that prepared students for careers in shiatsu therapy. Recognized as an expert in the art of shiatsu, Patrick has presented workshops and seminars throughout the United States and Europe. He currently teaches at the Strengthening Health Institute and The Restaurant School at Walnut Hill College. Patrick devotes his professional time to working with individuals assisting them to restore their natural healing ability through the use of diet and common sense living. Patrick maintains offices in Newtown and Philadelphia, PA. He still hopes to publish his first book in the near future.
Jesse interviews Craig Lane – CMT, founder of Health Alkemy, Certified Nutritionist and Planetary Herbalist. He has an exhaustive and ongoing education in nutrition and healing including a B.S. in nutrition from California Polytechnic Institute. Craig completed the Kushi Institute of Macrobiotics program of study and has done extensive training the world’s major herbal and health tradtions: Western medicine, Chinese medicine, and Ayurveda. He has a BS in Nutrition and is the author of “Moving Into Balance”. Craig is also a Shiatsu Massage and Acupressure Therapist, and a whole foods therapeutic chef with expertise in alchemy and predigestion of foods. He walks his talk by maintaining a daily yoga and meditation practice. We will be discussing Craig’s work with the body and his book “Moving Into Balance”. You can learn more about his work at: www.healthalkemy.com
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Co-hosts Theresa and Michael talk with Susan Waxman. Susan Waxman is an internationally recognized macrobiotic teacher, counselor and health educator. She is also the co-director of and executive chef at The Strengthening Health Institute (SHI) in Philadelphia, PA, a center dedicated to macrobiotic education whose goal is the promotion of personal and planetary health. Widely recognized for her culinary expertise and understanding of the energetic properties of food, she has taught throughout
READ MY LIPS' akaRadioRed goes beyond the typical blah-blah-yada-yada canned interview, engaging multiple guests in spontaneous conversations. Meet Jill Skeem. 13 years ago Jill attended a $10 “Intro to Asian Diagnosis” lecture that changed her life! She started studying food and its effects on the body, became a certified macrobiotic health counselor, met her husband, and moved to Idaho. Her cookbook has 60+ delicious easy-to-make comf
Great conversation toady between Theresa, Michael and Rabbi Benzion from Israel. Rabbi Benzion will work out a spiritual nutritional approach to Healing Caner Naturally. This natural alternative approach relies upon principals of Macrobiotics. http://thereturninglight.com
Ken Walles in 2004 was diagnosed with prostate cancer. Frightened by the treatment programs offered through modern medicine, he decided to investigate other more natural ways to help him battle his cancer. He discovered Macrobiotics -- a lifestyle that not only saved his life, but changed it forever.
More than 5 years later -- with no sign of the cancer -- Ken sees himself as a truelife "proof of Concept." Now he's on a quest to share his story -- his personal cure -- to help others avoid
Chef, author, teacher, counselor Valerie Wilson is LIVE the first Friday of each month with lively conversation, timely information and of course a mouth watering recipe for YOU to help you eat as healthy as can be.
You are always welcome to visit her website www.macroval.com as well as check out her Facebook page and of course her FAN PAGE @ www.bodymindspiritRADIO.com. Val invites everyone to leave her questions about food, macrobiotics, cooking or the classes she offers. You can also find out about her personal appearances, cookbooks, counseling sessions (food issues) and recipes!
Chef and author Valerie Wilson brings Healthy Cooking to you the first Friday of each month 1-2pm EST to give you the tips and recipes as well as makes herself available to answer your questions about a macrobiotic (living close to nature) lifestyle. Send your questions to Val at her Host Page @ www.bodymindspiritRADIO.com or call into the LIVE show at 646-378-0378. Also her website www.macroval.com has a lot to offer and this interesting program brings you up close and personal as
Vibrant health, dazzling beauty, a great body, fulfilling relationships, amazing sex and inner peace— what woman wouldn’t want these things? But chasing the latest diet craze and burying ourselves in beauty products isn’t really helping us achieve better bodies and minds. It’s time to trade in the fads and expand your healthy lifestyle beyond yoga and pilates with one of the most enduring and popular diets in the world.
For women for whom looking good means feeling good, macrobiotic chef and cooking instructor Jessica Porter offers fresh, contemporary, and accessible insight into a dietary practice that has been invigorating women’s health for generations. Cooking tips and recipes are combined with Jessica’s no-nonsense philosophy and witty anecdotes to create a book that will inspire you to hit the kitchen armed with the tools you need to strengthen your mind and body through food.
Vibrant health, dazzling beauty, a great body, fulfilling relationships, amazing sex and inner peace—what woman wouldn't want these things? But chasing the latest diet craze and burying ourselves in beauty products isn't really helping us achieve better bodies and minds. It's time to trade in the fads and expand your healthy lifestyle beyond yoga and pilates with one of the most enduring and popular diets in the world.
For women for whom looking good means feeling good, macrobiotic chef and cooking instructor Jessica Porter offers fresh, contemporary, and accessible insight into a dietary practice that has been invigorating women's health for generations. Cooking tips and recipes are combined with Jessica's no-nonsense philosophy and witty anecdotes to create a book that will inspire you to hit the kitchen armed with the tools you need to strengthen your mind and body through food.
Join Maria as she speaks with Jessica Porter, author of The MILF Diet, The Hip Chick's Guide to Macrobiotics. Theresa Harris, founder of Thrive Art School. Brian Brawdy, author of The Power of Instict. The Mom's Roundtable discusses tweens. Celebrity fitness and nutrition expert Lisa Lynn tells how to avoid the four biggest exercise excuses for 2013.
This show is sponsored by Lands' End and Family Circle.