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There are various and very individual reasons for feeling blue, experiencing stress, emotional struggles, and anxiousness.  Some are more “world-oriented”, meaning that living in this day and age is just downright too fast, too stressful and very nerve-wracking, which can lead to these feelings.  Other reasons can be more personal and individual in nature.  As … Read more

Each year there is a new strain of flu and the press says each year that “it’s the worst flu season ever”, stirring up a lot of fear and panic in everybody.  There are some pointers that I wanted to share with you to help protect you and your family – to help keep you … Read more

What is Reiki? Reiki is an energetic healing art with its roots in ancient Japan.  The word Reiki comes from the Japanese word Rei (meaning Universal Life) and Ki (meaning energy). Together Reiki literally means Universal Life Energy. Reiki is not affiliated with any religious practice or system – it is simply the Life Force … Read more

My former assistant and student, Gina Rogers, wrote a fascinating article on breastmilk for National Breastfeeding Month that I thought was highly informative and wanted to share with you!  She writes….. We received a message from one of our friends on Facebook asking us if we would like to work together to promote National Breastfeeding … Read more

Ayurveda is the traditional natural healing system of India, dating back over 5,000 years.  An ancient Sanskrit word, Ayurveda literally means “the science of life”.  Ayurveda is the sister science of Yoga: it is the healing side of Yoga, while Yoga is the philosophical/spiritual side of Ayurveda.  Together, Yoga and Ayurveda provide a complete, holistic … Read more

Shatavari, also known as wild asparagus, is an Ayurvedic herb used for centuries for many issues, including as a reproductive tonic for both men and women, as a digestive soother, and an herb that helps one adapt and cope with stress.  It is rich in antioxidants and helps to promote healthy energy levels and strength. … Read more

Shatavari, also known as wild asparagus, is an Ayurvedic herb used for centuries for many issues, including as a reproductive tonic for both men and women, as a digestive soother, and an herb that helps one adapt and cope with stress.  It is rich in antioxidants and helps to promote healthy energy levels and strength.  … Read more

Moringa is a fast-growing tree native to South Asia and now found all throughout the tropics.  It’s also known as Mulunggay, or the Miracle Tree, as it is so high in vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and essential amino acids.  It’s well-known and highly regarded for its ability to increase breastmilk production in nursing mothers.  It has: … Read more

This is a great tasting herbal combination formulated specifically to increase and enrich breastmilk production in nursing mothers. (The tea and the tincture are made from the same combination of herbs – it’s just two different ways of taking it.)  This combination not only helps increase breastmilk production, but has the additional benefits of helping to alleviate and … Read more

There has been much in the news about the risks of antidepressant use during pregnancy being linked to autism and birth defects.  Researchers in JAMA Pediatrics reported that “children of women who took anti-depressants during the second and third trimesters of pregnancy were 87% more likely to develop autism than kids born to women who … Read more