The Healing Arts Studios in Newburgh is happy to announce that spring has brought in new ongoing groups, gatherings and meditations focused on energy healing, meditation, human consciousness, evolution and peace.
After my fourth child I had frequent infections and was very fatigued. My osteopath said that my sacrum (tail bone) was very restricted as it was still in the pushing phase of labor and stuck forward. This forward position can cause low back pain, depression, fatigue and negatively affect both the nervous and endocrine systems. Twelve hours after the osteopath released my sacrum I felt like new and had a newfound energy.
Tumble-Bee Gymnastics has begun registration for the summer session which will begin on June 24. According to owner Cheryl Holm, “We offer a variety of classes for children from ages 10 months to 12 years. We are looking forward to a great summer of classes and fun activities for the children.”
The staff at Yemaya Massage & Wellness Center is happy to announce they are expanding their office and moving to a larger suite in New City. In addition, Yemaya Wellness is also celebrating 10 years in business.
A study in 2001, published by the American Society for Nutritional Sciences found that consumption of a natural dietary source of lycopene (a very strong antioxidant) can help protect against the swelling caused from sunburns. Although adding more lycopene-rich foods such as tomato paste to your diet is not a replacement for use of sunscreen, it sure does make you want to kick back and drink a cold tomato juice at the beach.
Donna Douglass and her company, What’s Cooking, currently are offering several exciting programs. What’s Cooking, which formed in 2000, is located in Orange County and serves all of the Hudson Valley including Manhattan. “What’s Cooking is a personal chef service that helps busy people who are time challenged and need special diets,” says Douglass.
The PaddleFest is back so grab a paddle and get cool. The Mid-Hudson Chapter of the Adirondack Mountain Club (ADK) will hold its 11th annual PaddleFest on Saturday, June 8, at Plum Point Park in New Windsor from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. “We warmly encourages the public to attend,” shares ADK member Russ Faller. This is a family day with free activities for those who have never paddled and who wish to see what all the excitement is about. This is a great opportunity to socialize and network with experienced paddlers.
On Wednesday, June 12, join wellness practitioner Lara Eisenberg as she helps you explore your relationship with food through body, breath, emotions and thoughts. If you are tired of struggling with your food choices, she will help you learn how to restore your body’s natural harmony. Healthy refreshments will be served and there will be raffles and free gifts.
If you are ready to meet your weight loss goals, the Curves Complete® program can help you do just that. At Curves of New City, a fitness facility geared towards women, they understand that most people who are serious about losing weight know that they won’t get the results they want by just dieting. They also need exercise and encouragement to stick to the plan. This was the thinking behind Curves Complete which offers a scientifically tested three-step plan that includes exercise, a meal plan and coaching.
Arlene Kobylinski, founder of Sol Full Yoga, is pleased to welcome David Romanelli, author of Yeah Dave’s Guide to Livin’ the Moment and pioneer for integrating ancient traditions into pop culture, for two workshops in June. He recently launched The Momenteer Movement to restore the present moment's proper place in the modern world, which is the underlying theme for both workshops.