March 2019

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Thermography Advantage

Carolyn Olson was attending a cancer prevention seminar as a nurse when she first discovered thermography.

Mind Performance Center, LLC

The Mind Performance Center, LLC, in Foley, Alabama, improves quality of life by providing non-drug rehabilitation for a range of brain disorders including depression (even treatment-resistant depression), dementia, traumatic brain injury, autism, stroke, ADHD and Parkinson’s.

Kratom and Company

Anyone who’s ever walked into Kratom and Company, the natural supplement shop in Fort Walton Beach, has met Larry Nichols—the older gentleman with salt-and-pepper hair and a big smile.

Empathic Practice

Organized in 2018, Empathic Practice helps people achieve healthy lifestyles through a multidisciplinary, holistic approach that includes wellness, meditation, mindfulness and massage—combined, when appropriate, with medical marijuana recommendations.

More Physicians Recommending Biofeedback for Stress and Anxiety

Biofeedback, an energetic method of reading potential stressors in the mental, emotional and physical bodies, has gained a foothold in Western medicine as an effective, natural way to ease stress, which has been linked to disease.

Stone Soup Celebrates Spring with Faery Festival

Stone Soup, the Fort Walton Beach shop that sells local artisan-made goods and other unique items, will host its fourth annual Faery Festival from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on March 23.

Pensacola VegFest Is Free and Family Friendly

The second annual Pensacola VegFest, a vegan food and music festival, will take place from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m., March 30, at Community Maritime Park. Organizers say the free, family-friendly event was created to normalize veganism, educate the curious and promote cruelty-free eating.

Mass Guided Meditation Aims to Heal Planet

Planetary Peace Meditation, the Pensacola organization dedicated to “healing the planet, one meditation group at a time,” will host Pensacola Points of Light, a guided outdoor meditation for peace and happiness, at 11 a.m. and again at 4 p.m. on March 30, at the Vince Whibbs Community Maritime Park.

The Best Journey Is One with Help from Others