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Reiki Treatments by Jennifer Risio

Reiki is a Japanese technique for stress reduction and relaxation which also promotes healing. It is facilitated by light, non-manipulative touch to a clothed recipient and is based on the […]

Stress and/or Loss as a Motivator for Self Care by Dana Massi, LMHC, LADAC

Most of us do not even like to think about the word stress, however stress is an unfortunate as well as fortunate reality of life. Possible sources of stress include; […]

Allergies in July by Kristina Buckley & Alix Lopes – Homeopathic Consultants

Sneezing, running nose and itchy eyes are frequently part of many people’s summer days! Homeopathy is here for us to get the summer allergies under control and get back to […]

How to Welcome Self Empowerment by Justin Perreault, ABT,CMT – Asian Bodywork and Alternative Therapies

As a practitioner of energy medicine I’ve come to view all things as vibration and frequency. Literally all things in the universe are vibrating, at all times, no matter how […]

Acupuncture isn’t just for Adults by Julie Hatch L.Ac, PNP

Children can benefit from acupuncture too! From infancy through adolescence kids are perfect candidates for acupuncture and Chinese medicine.  As a Pediatric Nurse Practitioner and acupuncturist I treat children of […]

The Major Myths about Psychotherapy from Pamela Lacerda, LICSW – Clinical Social Worker 

Myth: If you go to therapy, you must be “crazy” or weak. Truth:  There are healthy people that go to therapy.A therapist’s office is a place where you can bounce […]

Summer Allergies and Dry Salt Therapy by Southcoast Halotherapy 

The reality is that summer brings pollen and allergies. According to Pollen.com, the pollen count on the Southcoast of Massachusetts is expected to be medium to high this summer. The good news […]

Exercise is Better with Massage by Jessica Cavaco, Owner of Body in Balance – Muscular Therapy

From beginner athletes to elite professionals, massage therapy has shown to have major benefits regardless of the participant’s fitness level. Athletes seeking enhanced performance, improved conditioning, faster recovery, injury prevention […]

Why “BUSY” is a Four Letter Word by Jessica Webb, owner, Anchor Yoga and Meditation

In the last few years, I have been trying to use the word ‘busy’ less frequently. I even have a swear jar for it. When anyone asks me how I […]

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