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Eastover Symposium Reflects Era of Holistic Healing

For those who view wellness as a condition of the mind, spirit and body, the West has entered an encouraging era of holistic healing. “Various forms of meditation and yoga have become essential tools for psychologists and neuroscience researchers as well as Buddhist practitioners and Zen masters,” says Yingxing Wang, founder of Eastover Estate and Retreat Center, which helps groups and individuals use such tools to achieve wellness. ... Read More »

New Natural Residence in West Palm Beach

Developer Ben Benson, of Ocean Land Trust, is offering a residence in a nearly 10-acre West Palm Beach gated sanctuary emphasizing natural and wildlife features. The largely unspoiled natural property includes large residences, a wildlife pond and mature landscaping, with more than 200 palm trees and frequent sightings of egrets, cranes, owls, migratory birds, otters and other animals. This private secure community is close to all ... Read More »

Workshop Teaches Tools for Finding Your Soul Mate

Judith Costa, who uses coaching, the Akashic Records, past life regression, astrology and dream interpretation to help people find their “inner compass,” is hosting a daylong workshop, How to Find Your Soul Mate, February 18 at Quest Bookshop. “A broken heart, a divorce, the loss of a partner, a betrayal or relationships that don’t last—we’ve all experienced at least one of these at some point in our lives,” she says. ... Read More »

Beauty Plus Aesthetics: Non-Invasive Skin Rejuvenation

What distinguishes Beauty Plus Aesthetics is the emphasis placed on the uniqueness of each client. Personalized treatment plans are provided based on the client’s state of health, genetic predisposition, lifestyle habits and body type. Advice is given on treating the underlying causes of the skin’s imperfections. In short, every possible root cause of a client’s skin condition is examined and ... Read More »

Tao Master Mantak Chia Offers Training at Eastover

As part of his annual North American tour, Tao master Mantak Chia will lead a teacher training in Universal Healing Tao (UHT) June 9-25 at Eastover Estate and Retreat. “The best tool for stress management and self-healing is over 5,000 years old and being brought back to western culture through Mantak Chia,” says Eastover’s owner, Yingxing Wang. “The Inner Smile meditation induces a state of deep relaxation ... Read More »

Problem Skin No Mystery with the Right Doctor

By Tina Wilson I have spent much of my adult life and a part of my childhood under the care of dermatologists. As a child I had very bad seborrhea, and it continued through to my adulthood, along with a myriad of new issues. Of all the doctors I’ve seen over the years, Dr. Mariana Boneva is the only one who actually knew and understood my skin, almost from the first time ... Read More »

Dr. Susan offers Alternative Medicine in NYC

Dr. Susan Cucchiara has expanded her naturopathic medical practice to the New York City area and is now accepting new patients at her NYC office, located at 120 East 56 Street, Suite 740. Dr. Cucchiara provides healing through natural means, taking into account everything about her patients—their emotions and personality, the way they handle stress, past traumas, family history and physical symptoms—to bring them to a place of true recovery and ... Read More »

Twelve-Week Program Supports Lasting Transformation

New Year’s resolutions are an end-of-the-year tradition— the most popular ones being “join the gym,” “lose weight” and “stop eating sugar.” Unfortunately, the vast majority of those resolutions quickly fail, says Anamaria Pontes, chief nutritionist for Holistic Dentists, located at 17 Park Place. “Come the first of January, resolution-ers are enthusiastic to change,” she says. “They join the gym and try to figure out the best diet out there. However ... Read More »

To Heal from Pain, Drop the Blame Game

While we often have no control over the bad things that happen to us, we can control how we move through and beyond the pain of bad situations. That means dropping the blame game and focusing on healing, says Harriet Cabelly, a grief and adversity counselor in NYC. “The big question is, do we desire healing? It seems obvious— of course we all want relief from pain,” she says. “But ... Read More »

You Can Get Rid of Herpes?!!

Susan has been finding it hard to find a great guy. Now that she finally met one that seems like a man she could get involved with she has to tell him she has Herpes. She already knows that if she doesn’t tell him right away and he finds out later he might just disappear, leaving her alone and looking ... Read More »