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Welcome to Natural Awakenings Magazine of the NY Capital District

We are your one-stop resource for natural health, personal growth, creative expression, eco-living and more…

Natural Awakenings Magazine of the NY Capital District is a locally owned, free monthly publication, committed to providing a forum for community connection.  We are part of a national franchise of publishers, offering you trusted content each month, along with local spotlights that are sure to be of interest.

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Making Yoga Work

Feature Article

by Pam Lunz Medina

A Survivor’s Guide for Beginners

It can be intimidating to start something new, and our hearts may race upon our first visit to a yoga studio. We might be confused and anxious about moving our bodies in a room full of strangers, but by the end of the class, we will likely feel relaxed and peaceful. We can be confident about letting go of nervousness and stepping into yoga with clarity and ease with these simple tips.

September 1, 2016

Natural Mood Boosters

Feature Article

by Kathleen Barnes

Safe Alternatives to Antidepressants

Depression darkens the world of the 16 percent of Americans diagnosed with clinical depression and the untold millions more that try to cope without a formal determination, according to a University of Colorado study published in Clinical Therapeutics.

September 1, 2016

It’s Easy to Be Green

Feature Article

by Avery Mack

At Home and On the Road

“Living green means living well, using what you create with minimal waste,” sums up Mike Bond, an ecologist and bestselling activist author in Winthrop, Maine. Here, he and other savvy sources share tips to go ever greener in ways that are painless and affordable.

September 1, 2016

Make Time for Downtime

Feature Article

by April Thompson

Chilling Out Revives Body and Soul

Here’s something to add to our to-do list: nothing.

Americans today work more hours than ever before, foregoing hard-earned vacation days and spending more time with electronic devices than with friends and family. The temptation and pressure to do more at the expense of needed rest are great, but failing to take time out to recharge our minds and bodies can have serious consequences, according to experts.

September 1, 2016
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