Start Your Personal Mindfulness Practice With The MBSR Program

Mindfulness have been part of my daily practice for a decade. In the past year, I have been training in the Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) method and have delivered the full program in the community. I invite you to join me for an eight-week mindfulness-based stress reduction (MBSR) practice from May 19 to July 7th…

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Shifting from Mindless Eating to Mindful Awareness

Excerpt from an article by Lynn Rossy, THE PRACTICE OF MINDFUL EATING: IT’S MORE THAN JUST ABOUT FOOD! Mindless eating is what the majority of us do everyday —a state familiar to anybody who eats, says Lynn Rossy, author of The Mindfulness-Based Eating Solution. Some examples of mindless eating are when watching TV, eating while…

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Ah, Spring Thaw, The Pain of Allergies!

It’s officially spring and the delightful signs of Lily of the Valley, crocuses and other spring flowers are poking through gardens after the top layers of permafrost are melting from the winter freeze. Thus begins the spread of allergens from decay, mold and pollen blooms with hay fever symptoms. Sneezing, coughing, eyes tearing, extreme cold…

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5 Ways To Nourish Your Gut-Brain Connection

In the past decade, we’ve seen extraordinary developments in neuroplasticity and its resilience to the brain. The brain can rewire itself or modify its connections by rerouting signals along a different pathway from damaged areas that can easily correct itself. Only two decades ago the medical view was that the brain was fixed. While groundbreaking,…

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Who is The Boss of Me?

Do you wonder what is going on in the body when we feel an urge to react when things don’t go our way, are hurt, or angry? Who are the first responders ? The thoughts in our mind or the physical sensations in the body? I always thought “what the mind believes the body follows!”…

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Combine The Science of Nutrition With The Art of Personal Care

Nutrition is both an art and a science… The science of nutrition is accessible, diverse and its available through books, internet or videos. Everyday there are new studies and discoveries challenging our beliefs. The ART of nutrition, is the unique combination of foods, herbs loaded with vitamins and minerals that creates a healing remedy for…

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Maximizing Wellness In the Workplace Newsletter, November Issue

Welcome to this November’s newsletter that features topics, articles and insights about wellness in the workplace in the real estate and facility management sectors. The pandemic, these last eight months has dramatically shifted the workplace environment.  A large percentage of the workforce are working remotely from home or following a hybrid office/home-work approach. Covid has…

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72 hour Sugar Challenge

I hope you’ve had an fabulous summer! The summer was a great time for relaxing, letting go of routines and habits. enjoying time at cottages, the warm weather and eating good food at barbeques,cocktails, ice cream, and delicious sweets. Now that we’re halfway through the month of September and revving up for fall, it is a perfect time for shifting your mindset and reducing your sugar intake. Everyone loves sugar! Our brains…

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Get Into Shape For Summertime With These 5 Tips

Spring is finally here! Trees are greening everywhere, tulips and daffodils are in full bloom. I’ve just gotten out my bike, the outdoor pool I swim in the summer opens this weekend and I’ve been cleaning up my garden for planting! I’m ready to go! As I shed my are layers of winter clothing, I’m…

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THINK BIG PICTURE ON FOOD SENSITIVITIES IN YOUR THIRD ACT

Food allergies and sensititvites are effecting every age group today. In your third act, you have the opportunity to improve your health no matter what age. Find out more about Embrace Your Third Act program HERE. Think big picture about what’s really going on in your body! It’s not the food that is the cause…

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Get The Secret to Vegetarian Proteins in this Cooking Class

Join Me During The Month of September for Cooking Classes  Sugars: The Good, Bad And Ugly. The Secret To Vegetarian Proteins What To Make For Breakfast, That Is The Question!!! Is it Possible To Get Rid Of Joint Pain?  September can be a busy month with Jewish holidays coming up, kids going back to school…

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