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The Six-Syllable Secret

Posted by on Jan 5, 2022 in Health Blog | 0 comments

The Six-Syllable Secret

The Six-Syllable Secret is an ancient form of healing that uses various annunciations of the mouth during exhalation to cleanse and revitalize various organs and systems. Join us this Saturday, January 8, 2022 at the Lorain County Metroparks (click here to schedule) for Tai Chi and the Six Syllable Secret. In an entry from the Complete Book of Chinese Health and Healing by Daniel Reid explains how the Six Syllable Secret works: ‘This system works by establishing resonance between the vibratory pitch of exhalation through the throat and...

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5 Amazing Lessons from Dr. Suess

Posted by on Oct 6, 2021 in Health Blog | 0 comments

5 Amazing Lessons from Dr. Suess

Five Amazing Lessons from Dr. Seuss:   1 – Today you are You, that is truer than true. There is no one alive who is Youer than You. 2 – Why fit in when you were born to stand out? 3 – You have brains in your head. You have feet in your shoes. You can steer yourself any direction you choose. 4 – Be who you are and say what you feel, because those who mind don’t matter and those who matter don’t mind. 5 – Today I shall behave as if this is the day I will be remembered.

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Tai Chi with Coach Annamarie

Posted by on Jun 29, 2021 in Health Blog | 0 comments

Tai Chi with Coach Annamarie

Like many people, over the past 15 months I have really looked inward. I have studied myself like never before. What was different? Now there was time. Time to examine the who, what and where of my life, and most importantly, the when. Lock downs and being laid off gave me plenty of time to reflect. When am I going to be satisfied? At what point do I get to say, hey I am happy with today, this moment, when? Someday, I told myself…some day. If anything I learned from 2020, is oh boy, nothing is certain and we definitely don’t know...

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Offering Selfless Service

Posted by on May 7, 2021 in Health Blog | 0 comments

Offering Selfless Service

Recently I started reading the Bhagavad Gita, commonly known as the Gita. The Gita offers a unique way of life that eases tension so that you can enjoy a happy life. Gita, apart from being a religious scripture, is a scripture of life as well. It is a way of life based on faith and devotion. It truly is a beautiful read. On this particular morning when I opened up the Gita and continued my reading, I was on the subject of Selfless Service: “One who shirks action does not attain freedom; no one can gain perfection by abstaining from work....

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A to Z to Affluence

Posted by on Apr 10, 2021 in Health Blog | 0 comments

A to Z to Affluence

By Deepak Chopra A stands for All Possibilities, Abundance, Absolute. B stands for better and best. Getting better every day with time. Go first class all the way. C stands for charity and carefreeness. Infinite. D for demand and supply. Dharma. Create and foresee the demand for which you have come here for. E stands for exalting in the success of others especially your competitors. F stands for the fact that in every failure is success. G stands for God. God is the field of all possibilities. Relinquish your attachment to the goal....

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Workplace Wellness Programs for Your Dental Practice

Posted by on Sep 9, 2020 in Health Blog | 0 comments

Workplace Wellness Programs for Your Dental Practice

Workplace Wellness Programs for Your Dental Practice Building a Healthier Workforce Why do you need to implement a workplace wellness program for your dental practice? In a recent study, researchers at Brigham Young University found that for every dollar spent on employee wellness programs, employers receive three to four dollars in healthcare savings. Benefits of healthy employees are numerous. Consider the folllowing: Improved  productivity Better concentration, focus, and alertness Enhanced employee morale Higher energy level Lower...

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Tai Chi So Easy

Posted by on Sep 9, 2020 in Health Blog | 0 comments

Tai Chi So Easy

Why Tai Chi? Tai Chi movements are slow and rhythmic and deeply relaxing allowing the mind and body to heal. When I began practicing Tai Chi I found that its slow movements also increased a vital energy inside of me. The Chinese relate to energy as the Qi or Chi. Qigong is an ancient Chinese health care system that integrates physical postures, breathing techniques and focused intention. The word Qigong (Chi Kung) is made up of two Chinese words. Qi is pronounced chee and is usually translated to mean the life force or vital energy that flows...

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Reiki

Posted by on Jul 9, 2020 in Health Blog | 0 comments

Reiki

Q & A Reiki What is Reiki? The Ancient Japanese Healing Technique Reiki is an ancient Japanese healing technique for stress reduction and relaxation. “Rei” meaning “spiritually guided” and ‘Ki” meaning “universal life force energy”, it relies on the flow of this guided energy to pass through the hands of a certified practitioner to the recipient. Reiki is effectively transmitted across any distance and can be sent around the world.  Used in over 800 hospitals across the U.S., Reiki treatment creates physical, emotional, and spiritual...

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25 Secrets to Having the Life You Want

Posted by on Jun 2, 2020 in Health Blog | 0 comments

25 Secrets to Having the Life You Want

  These are simple to learn, though not necessarily easy to achieve. Here are 25 secrets to having the life you want: You will accomplish much more, much more easily if you take the time to first strengthen your personal foundation. Come to see how perfect your life is today, even if it doesn’t look or feel that way. Proactively choose the type of energy that you want to use during your life. Decide that you want to learn, continuously and forever. Then choose to learn how to learn. Reorient your life around the gifts you have, no matter...

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6 Simple Stress Busters

Posted by on Mar 16, 2020 in Health Blog | 0 comments

6 Simple Stress Busters

We are witnessing an unprecedented event in the history of the world. Many of us are not allowed to go to work, schools are off limits, gyms are closed, shelves that once showcased hundreds of loaves of bread are now vacant, and stores have limited hours and help. Combine this with a peculiar obsession with running out of toilet paper, people are going crazy. I must admit, when my gym closed down, I cried. I will miss my workout routine and seeing my workout buddies. We are now literally forced to be creative with all this newfound time. In...

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