Kim Serafini, founder and CEO of MindPT, will be the keynote speaker at a Positively Priming the Mind Workshop from 10 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., Wednesday, March 22 in New York City. Participants will learn more about the research and technology behind the accelerated learning tool called Mind Power Technology (MindPT) that serves businesses, nonprofits, organizations and entrepreneurs in creating positive results by priming the mind to start each day on a positive note.
Articles from: February 2017
Dr. Janette Asaro Pena of Newburgh Chiropractic helps her clients keep their New Year's Resolutions with two options—her successful nutrition class and the weight loss program. “My nutrition class is geared toward educating you on the myths of weight loss and how to make healthy choices for you and your family. I pair that with a customized weight loss program that really works long-term,” she explains. “You can do it.”
Which of us has not been intrigued when observing seemingly elderly people, up at sunrise, moving simultaneously, slowly, fluidly, gracefully and effortlessly in what we collectively know as Tai Chi? Have you wondered if you could move so gracefully? Balance seems to come easily to them and they look so peaceful.
Relationships can be some of the most incredible experiences of our lives. They also can be difficult. You want to feel connected to your partner, yet sometimes it may feel like there is a wall up between the two of you. You want to understand your partner, but find you sometimes feel like you’re speaking two different languages. You may have the same argument again and again and can predict exactly how it will go, yet never can come to a resolution. Mindful relationships can offer a way to reach a greater point of connectivity and resolution.
Dying to Bloom will open its doors in February to offer a range of unique burial products for a natural return to the earth in a comforting retail store located in Nyack. The boutique provides a selection of burial products specifically chosen for their harmonious, natural, environmental qualities, such as lovely hand crafted biodegradable caskets, shrouds, unique urns and artistic memorial products for humans and pets.
Local Author Profile Get Out of Your Own Way… And Get On With It: A Practical Guide to Stop Self-Judgment and Negative Thinking by Peter E. Heymann
“Wouldn’t it be great if life came with instructions? No matter what the circumstances of your life have been, you have the power to unlock your full potential and become the person you were always meant to be,” assures career and life coach Peter Heymann. In his new book, he will show you that when you develop a clearer understanding of why you are the way you are and then consciously choose how you want to move forward, you can achieve positive change in your life.
If children are fearful of visiting the dentist, it can be a very difficult task to get them to go willingly. Therefore, it is important that your child understand that you will be there every step of the way. Many children are frightened of the unknown so if you are able to explain what will happen during their dental visit without using emotionally charged language like hurt or pain, the visit will go a lot more smoothly. Make sure that your child knows that you will be his or her advocate and ask the dentist to stop and explain what is going on at any point if it seems like your child is becoming fearful. You can make up a secret word or signal between your child and yourself if your child needs you to step in.
We engage in relationships every day, whether it is relationship to self, family, friends or community. Art therapy can be an entry to deeper understanding of these relationships and lead to happier and more fulfilling lives.
Relationships are a work in progress in which certain attributes create harmony and connection. There are three important steps that make relationships more fulfilling and successful: agreement, mutuality and reciprocality.
The arts is something we always have taken for granted. Painting, drawing, crafting, sewing, sculpting and woodworking were fun to do but not really necessary for a ‘successful’ life. With a prioritization of STEM we have begun to look at how principals of the arts are a foundation of STEM, and now STEAM learning.