You asked and we listened. We were able to obtain additional FREE passes to the CT Women’s Expo on September 7 & 8. Be sure to visit us at Booth #130. Stop by and pickup your tickets anytime that we are open. While your here be sure to check out our ongoing art show featuring the works of many local artists.
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People use food to celebrate special events, nourish the body and to comfort them. What we consume can either be the slowest form of poison or the best form of medicine. Eating healthy doesn’t mean that food has to be boring or bland. By working with a Licensed Nutritionist you can learn to use food to enhance or maintain health while enjoying it. Licensed Nutritionist Anita Schubert is here to help you on your journey to wellness. Anita will be hosting a FREE discussion about the different types of fats on Tuesday August 20 at 7 pm. Reservations are appreciated but not required.Learn more about Anita by visiting our practitioner’s page. To make an appointment us the tab at the top of this page or call 860-467-6518.
School’s out! Now what? Need something great for the kids to do while you come here and enjoy a massage or facial? Marlborough Pilates Studio Plus ( located next door to us) is kicking off a new summer program for kids! The program is offered Tuesdays & Wednesdays from 12:30-3:00. Call 860-305-7441 or visit marlboroughpilates.com for more details.
Coach Julie will guide participants in our BodyFit club for better health and fitness. BodyFit Club will meet weekly for education, support and accountability. Bring your health and fitness goals and Coach Julie will help you achieve them. Your participation will be critical and your progress toward your goals will be tracked every week. Prizes will be awarded to those that attend weekly meetings and reach monthly goal.
Register today by calling the Oneida Holistic Health Center at 860-467-6518. Registration for BodyFit Club is $25. Each weekly meeting is $5. Meets Mondays at 6:30 PM
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
There have been studies showing that meditation not only lowers blood pressure but also can amp up your immune system and improve your ability to concentrate. Those who meditate can choose among a wide range of practices “What they have in common are a narrowing of focus that shuts out the external world and usually a stilling of the body,” says Charles L. Raison, MD, clinical director of the Mind-Body Program at Emory University School of Medicine in Atlanta.
Raison participated in a study that indicated that meditation improved both physical and emotional responses to stress. People who meditate regularly have less activation of their immune systems and suffer less emotional distress when they were put in a stressful situation. Stress reduction could be the key to meditation’s beneficial effect on health. “We know stress is a contributor to all the major modern killers,” Raison points out. “It’s hard to think of an illness in which stress and mood don’t figure,” Raison says. Science hasn’t yet pin pointed exactly what happens in the meditating brain and the immune system, but a study at the University of Wisconsin indicated that there is an increase of electrical activity in parts of the left frontal lobe when people practice meditation. This brain area tends to be more active in optimistic people.
Perhaps it is because meditation helps to relieve stress and less stress can make you optimistic and being optimistic can make you happy! Meditation can bring you inner calm and a general feeling of well-being. Learning meditation can give you new tools for dealing with stress, anxiety and problems. Meditation can help you overcome negative states of mind such as anger and jealousy and cultivate positive states of mind such as patience and love.
On Monday October 1, 2012 we will be offering a free class for those wishing to learn how to meditate. The class will be hosted by Torin Lee and will run from 7-830 pm. Registration is required. You may register online at our facebook page events section or by calling the center at 860-467-6518.