In the growing business of health and wellness, there are many different complementary practices available to achieve your health goals. Dori Trossen, of Mind Body Soul LLC, is taking a truly unique approach to the healing journey.
Natural Awakenings Twin Cities magazine announces a new radio show entitled Green Tea Conversations: Let’s Talk Natural Wellness, to premier January 6, 2019, on AM950. Publisher Candi Broeffle will host the weekly show to air from 10 to 11 a.m., on Sundays.
Bhakti Wellness Center announces the reopening of the Bhakti Art Gallery, on December 10, in Edina. The public is welcome to enjoy the gallery where art will be available for viewing and purchase, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Saturday.
For many, the holidays are as much a time for stress and disappointment as they are a time for fun, family and gratitude. It is easy to get overwhelmed by the obligations and responsibilities that make all the merriment a lot less merry.
Shoppers trying to find that perfect gift for someone they love, wanting to surprise or delight them, is understandable. It is joyful to make loved ones happy. Yet, the culture of extreme gift giving has grown to a point that is causing many people to take a second look at what can be a wasteful, foolishly expensive, time-consuming process.
Many people look forward to the holiday season and everything that comes with it, from the twinkling lights to the snowy nights to the festive family gatherings.
Nea Clare and Michele Rae are collaborating to create a one-of-a-kind workshop, from 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., on December 29, in Roseville, that will help you step confidently into 2019.
Northwestern Health Sciences University (NWHSU) has announced that it will offer its first Doctor of Chinese Medicine degree to students beginning January 2019. The program will blend an understanding of classic approaches to wellness and healing with modern applications in clinical and hospital settings.