We are pleased to welcome Dr. Jason M. Belejack ND to our Practitioner’s Group. Dr. Belejack, ND, also known as “Dr. J”, is a Naturopathic Physician. To learn more about Dr. J. visit our practitioner’s page.
Archive for January, 2013
RELAX & REVIVE PACKAGES
We have a variety of special packages designed to help you
Relax Restore and Re-balance.
Take charge of your health…detoxify…reinvigorate…replenish.
Nurture your well-being and health from the inside out.
See our Relax & Revive Page for details.
Monday, February 25th and March 4th 9am-4pm
The introductory makeup artistry course offered at Oneida Holistic Health Center is a special course that targets those who are aiming at becoming professional makeup artists. This course takes care of thorough individual education based on each student from those without any previous experience to those who are already working in the beauty industry. For details please see the “Advanced Skincare Classes” page.
On February 9, 2013 our Health Coach Julie Jones will be participating in “Fight For Air Climb” in New Haven, CT to benefit the American Lung Association.
Families, individuals and teams join together in a climb to raise awareness for the 35 million Americans who suffer from asthma. Participants work together to fundraise.Please join the thousands of individuals across the nation who believe in the cause and will climb in their communities as well.
To sponsor Julie please visit the link below. THANK YOU!!http://ala.convio.net/site/TR/Climb/ALANE_Northeast?px=5097310&pg=personal&fr_id=6640
OHHC – BOOK CLUB
3rd Thursday of Each Month @ 7:00 to 8:30 pm
The Oneida Holistic Health Center will host a book club once a month.Each month members will discuss a book related to health, wellness or spirituality. Discussion to be facilitated by Torin Lee – Life Coach/Pastoral Counselor. February Selection: “The Untethered Soul: The Journey Beyond Yourself “ by Michael A. Singer.
Refreshments will be served. Please call 860-467-6518 or email email@example.com if you will be attending.
Tuesday are a great day to be at the center! Perhaps you are recently retired and wondering what to do next . Do you want to learn to meditate? Need help figuring out a life change issue? Want to relax with a $1 per minute chair massage? Desire to experience affordable Community Acupuncture? We offer it all on Tuesdays!! Check out our events page for details.
Acupuncture sessions are an incredible way to heal yourself through many conditions. They are also a great path for “tuning up” your body, even when not faced with a particular condition. At the Oneida Holistic Health Center we make acupuncture affordable for you. You can come as often as you need to feel better at Community Acupuncture. Community Acupuncture is a small group setting. Dr. Miller uses acupuncture points below the knees and elbows. So just roll up your sleeves and pant legs and enjoy! The treatment room is peaceful, warm and very relaxing.
Sessions last for 30 minutes and are offered on Tuesday and Thursdays from 4pm-7pm without an appointment. For all other days appointments are required. We offer treatments on a sliding scale of $20 to $45 with no income verification and no questions asked.
The client’s first visit involves a private consultation with Edward G. Miller, D.C., Dipl.Ac (IAMA). You will fill out some forms, receive answers to your questions and spend time discussing your health history. ID required for age verification. The initial consultation fee is $10. For more information, please feel free to call us at 860-467-6518.
The schedule and class descriptions are now available on the Advance Classes page.
Did you know that shows that more than 40% of teenagers try marijuana before they graduate high school? Did you know that there are stronger forms of marijuana available to adolescents today than in the 1970s or 1980s?
Please join Addictions Couselor and Reiki Practitioner, Vanessa J. Parker,MA on January 24 from 7 pm to 8:30pm at the Oneida Holistic Health Center to learn what marijuana is, how to tell if your child has been using marijuana, why they use it, the effects, addiction potential, treatment options, how to prevent your child from using it, and talking to your child about it. Please call the center at 860-467-6518 to reserve your spot for this free event.