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Established Wellness Center Seeks Practitioners for Collaboration

Kim Perone and Helene Verdile, certified life coaches and owners of The Center for Clarity, Compassion & Contentment, offer one-on-one coaching and host signature group coaching and educational programs. Now they are calling all practitioners interested in shared rental space to contact them. The beautiful wellness center provides multiple rooms …

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The Scalp is No Place to Dump Toxins

Nurture Green Salon and Spa has chosen Original Mineral (O&M) as their color line because it is paraphenylenediamine (PPD), ammonia, artificial fragrance and resorcinol-free. Owner Lisa Liptak says, “Traditional hair color, whether professional and applied in a salon or purchased over the counter, contains ingredients that lead to sensitivity and …

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The Reiki Path Moves to New Location

Bob Weissberg

Bob Weissberg, an Usui reiki master teacher/practitioner at The Reiki Path, LLC, has moved his office to The Bodyworks Wellness Center, located at 17 Computer Drive East, in Albany. Weissberg has practiced reiki since 1999 and been a master teacher since 2004. In addition to reiki treatment sessions, he offers …

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New Look for Natural Awakenings Magazine

Natural Awakenings magazine is sporting a new look. After being unveiled in Florida’s Collier/Lee edition that serves Naples and Fort Myers—the first of a family of magazines that has grown to  encompass 85 U.S. cities, Puerto Rico and the Dominican Republic—in July, the new logo and cover design will appear …

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New Cookbook for Gluten-Free Eating

Joan Bender, a certified health coach and owner of Food & Mood Coaching, LLC, is promoting her gluten-free cookbook Gluten Free Alchemy: The Heart & Soul of Creating Gluten Free Goodies. She says, “The online launch of the book began in March with consumer surveys and again in July with …

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Remove Heavy Metal Toxicity with Chelation Therapy

Andrew Garner MD

Andrew W. Garner, M.D., has been board-certified in family medicine since 1990 and board- certified in chelation therapy since 2001. He states, “Heavy metals are everywhere—they are in our air, in our food and in our water. We are all exposed to them. I believe that there is a genetic …

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New Healing and Education Center in Saratoga

Gina Clemente, a reiki master and teacher has expanded her practice by opening Gina’s Reiki Healing & Education Center, providing more opportunities to receive reiki, enjoy reiki workshops, reiki shares, all levels of Usui reiki classes and more. The center will be a place for those that wish to enhance …

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Gluten-Free Accommodating Dentistry

Dr. Frederick Dreher, DDS, PC, and his staff know that constantly monitoring what they eat can be very stressful for those with a gluten sensitivity or celiac disease. He says, “Let us take the worry out of your hands in our dental chairs because we’ve done all of the product …

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Infrared Sauna Now at The Salt Den

The Salt Den is taking appointments for their new infrared sauna with chromatic therapy. Sweating is a great way to burn calories and rid the body of unwanted toxins, and this device penetrates up to two inches below the skin to detoxify and revitalize cells. Infrared saunas have been clinically …

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Neal’s Yard Remedies Receives New Recognition

Lisa Small, an independent consultant for NYR Organic (Neal’s Yard Remedies), a 36-yearold company best known for its certified organic and award-winning skin and body care products, is alerting the public that the company has earned new MADESAFE (MadeSafe.org) certification for their top-selling, award-winning Frankincense Intense skincare line. More products …

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