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Congratulations to Maccio Physical Therapy

Maccio Physical Therapy is celebrating 33 years in business and continues to be the only McKenzie-certified spine and extremity clinic in the Capital District area. Joseph G. Maccio, the practice owner, and his son, Joseph R. Maccio, are the world’s only father/son McKenzie diplomate team. Becoming a diplomate is the …

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Discover a New Way of Self-Healing

Freedom Thru Hypnosis will host the fledgling meeting of Soul Sharers, a group of like-minded individuals that wish to explore their spiritual journey in relation to self-healing from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m., March 4, 2019. Owner Joan Anne Fissette says, “One-on-one interactions with each of my clients provides a very …

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Support the Band with High-Minded Laughter

Spirit Tree Connections is sponsoring Funny You Should Say That! a fundraiser for the Albany Marching Band, at 7 p.m., April 12, 2019, with “comMedium” Brandon Russ at the Albany School of Humanities. Doors open at 6 p.m. Albany Marching Band will be representing the United States in France this …

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Special Savings on Integrative Services

Joan Bender, certified health coach, reiki practitioner and Biodynamic CranioSacral Therapist, is offering a special price of $57 (regular $77) on an initial health coaching, reiki and CranioSacral Therapy session. She says, “Meeting with a health coach can bring in a new perspective, clarify conflicting health information, develop strategies for …

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A Shop for Self-Care and Sacred Space

Star & Splendor owner and formulator Ami Lahoff has opened a new shop at 34 South Main Street, in the walkable retail zone of Voorheesville, just around the corner from the Rail Trail. She says, “The shop is focused on attainable self-care for busy people and the creation of space …

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CranioSacral Therapy for TMJ Pain

Elena Ajdelsztajn, owner of Welcome Home Integrative Bodywork, in Albany, is a New York state-licensed massage therapist and certified CranioSacral Therapist. She specializes in this gentle, hands-on method of releasing tensions in the bones and membranes around the brain and spinal cord that can be a valuable support to the …

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Experience Energy Medicine Yoga

Kathleen Fisk, with new certification as an (Energy Medicine Yoga) EMYoga Level 1 instructor at In Harmony Yoga, will offer a six-week program to begin at 9 a.m., February 22. She says, “This system was designed by my mentor, Lauren Walker. This is built on the work of energy medicine …

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Work From Home in a Meaningful and Healthy Way

Lisa Small, an independent consultant for Neal’s Yard Remedies (NYR Organic), says, “Love your work!” She is offering a home business or holistic practice opportunity in the organic health and beauty industry in the Capital District. “Use your free website for products to be direct-shipped to customers anywhere. No stock …

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New Tai Chi Classes in Albany

Asian Arts, providing quality tai chi and qigong instruction, classes, individual instruction, seminars and workshops by nationally and internationally recognized masters, will be offering three new classes starting this winter. Tai Chi for Couch Potatoes presents a way to get off the couch and be more active for those intimidated …

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Sampling Saturdays at Vitality Health Store

Vitality Specialty Foods and Herbs is now open on Saturdays at 10 a.m., when customers are welcome to sample gluten-free and homemade baked goods and other healthy treats. Hours are 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday. Vitality offers a wide range of modalities, as well as a weekly …

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