The 2018 Mind Body Spirit Fest will be held from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., September 15 and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., September 16 at Camp Chesterfield, in Anderson.
Approaching its three-year anniversary, The Art of Healing, in Greenwood, is celebrating kindness and love by honoring military veterans by providing them free, 30-minute float pod and infrared sessions along with massages with select massage therapists throughout this month.
The TURN (Transforming Urban Neighborhoods) Fest is a one-day educational event to take place from noon to 6 p.m., September 29 at Paramount Farm.
Indianapolis-area families are invited to pack a lunch and come out to Garfield Park for the 2018 Holler on the Hill music festival from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m., September 22 and 23.
We have so much to celebrate each month in our vibrant city, and September tends to enhance it all with Indy’s mix of surprisingly warm Indian Summer days and crisper nights. In this edition, we highlight activities and events to get us out, get moving and do some good along the way.
Yoga offers endless gifts for our bodies, our minds and the world. I’ve seen thousands of people transform their lives through consistent yoga practice.
Not long ago, Sharalee Hoelscher was seated on an airplane next to a geriatrician, and so she took the opportunity to ask her seatmate a question: “What’s the most important thing we can do now to make old age easier later?” The doctor didn’t hesitate. “Keep moving!” she replied.
Yoga instructor Kat Mansfield says she’s found the key to living a healthy life: It’s a worldwide wellness practice called Nia, which embodies form and freedom through 52 basic moves that blend dance, martial arts and the healing arts.
Arvind Mani was first introduced to the concept of sensory deprivation—now called float therapy—in 2008. Eight years later, as his curiosity in holistic services expanded, he opened Mode, a Pensacola wellness center that offers several mind-body services, including float therapy.
Since ancient times, indigenous cultures have used the clay formed by volcanic ash as a healing agent. The modern appreciation for all-natural health products has ignited fresh interest in the benefits of bentonite clay.