Tag: chico

The Wellness Collective

wellness collective-miners
wellness collective-miners

 Connecting Community and Wellness   By Jane Miners   A few years ago, I began to reflect on my journey through healing and each aspect of the self: mind, body, and spirit. I became very interested in holistic wellness once I became a mother, and I have changed much about my lifestyle to become healthier… Read more »

Why Aren’t You Living Your Dream?

Leigh Ann-Repatterning
Leigh Ann-Repatterning

By Leigh Ann Lipscomb, PhD   So many people feel trapped in a 9-to-5 job. They don’t like what they’re doing, are uninspired and/or underpaid, and don’t think they are making a contribution to society. The problems go on. They may work long hours, have difficult relationships with their bosses or coworkers, and be disappointed… Read more »

Hidden under the Skin

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rolfing-jean-louise

By Jean Louise Green, CMT   Jean Louise Green, CMT, is a certified Rolf practitioner, trained by Dr. Ida P. Rolf’s first-generation teachers. Her book Structural Integration and Energy Medicine: A Handbook of Advanced Bodywork, will be released by Inner Traditions Bear & Company on January 15, 2019. She maintains a full-time practice in Chico,… Read more »

Yoga Sutras of Patanjali-Chapter 4

Patanjali-yoga sutras
Patanjali-yoga sutras

By Tom Hess The fourth chapter of the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali is in some ways a culmination of the body of work that has come before and, more important, it is a description of how a realized being exists on the earth. Realized beings are those who have gone through the practice of yoga… Read more »

Fall and Winter Allergies-Dr-Patrick

Dr Patrick-Digestive Relief
Dr Patrick-Digestive Relief

Do You Have Fall and Winter Allergies?   By Dr. Patrick Giammarise, DC, IHS   Most people think of allergies as a spring thing but allergies are becoming increasingly more common for many people in the fall and winter. Some of the more common fall and winter allergens include pollen, mold, pet dander, dust, dust… Read more »

Amputation Avoided

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daisy-dog-cancer-naet

By Dr. Mark Light and Vickie Van Scyoc, RN We’d like you to meet Daisy. She’s the precious border collie, a therapy dog for her owner Shauna, who has PTSD. Daisy had a large growth between two of her paw pads. Her energy level was low and Shauna was worried. The vet biopsied the growth… Read more »

Make Yourself a New Past

painting the sky-leeAnn
painting the sky-leeAnn

By Leigh Ann Lipscomb, PhD on Resonance Repattering Meet two friends, Emma and Louise. Emma and Louise are good friends and both in their early 50s. They live on the same street in Chico, share similar diet and lifestyle habits, and know many of the same people. Emma is happy, in superb health, has a… Read more »

Shingles-Dr.Patrick

Dr Patrick-Digestive Relief
Dr Patrick-Digestive Relief

Are You Itching To Get Rid of Your Shingles? By Dr. Patrick Giammarise, DC, IHS   “S h i n g l e s”—not the roofing kind but the body rash kind—is a condition that’s best to avoid by understanding how to prevent it and how to get treated if it does occur. Shingles is… Read more »

Chronic Fatigue

Mark Light-NAET
Mark Light-NAET

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome or Fibromyalgia By Vickie Van Scyoc, RN, and Dr. Mark Light   Chronic fatigue and chronic pain are common in today’s world. The core symptoms include feeling tired and achy. Many people also experience brain fog and an inability to sleep. Occasionally, chronic pain and fatigue sufferers also have chronic sinusitis, allergies,… Read more »

Breath of Life

Breath of Life-Susan
Breath of Life-Susan

Biodynamic Craniosacral Foundations and Practices   By Mary Louise Muller Ed., RCST®, RPP  Learn to be a more effective, efficient and gentle practitioner. Learn to use the foundations of biodynamic craniosacral therapy to encourage healing and self-regulation of the body as a whole.   Continuing Education for Nurses, Massage Therapists, and Acupuncturists Craniosacral therapy is… Read more »