Spring Gentle YOGA series: Yoga for Gardeners!

http://yogaswatchbook.com/yoga-for-gardeners

Tuesdays 8:30am – 10am

May 8, 15, 22, 29, June 5

$50.00 for the series of 5 classes, plus:

go to the above link to purchase the Swatch book or ebook!

Send your payment for Yoga for Gardeners series no later than Tuesday May 1 to:

Angela Jones

POB 445

Franconia, NH 03580

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How Massage helps Recovery from Substance Abuse

Comprehensive treatment for the addicted individual is the key to turning this health crisis around. In the October 2003 edition of Counselor, The Magazine for Addiction Professionals, Joni Kosakoski, BSN, RN, CARN gives us the fuel to propel massage therapists into the realm of drug and alcohol treatment. In her article “Massage: Hands Down, a Treatment for Addiction”, Kosakoski gives us a clear and concise analysis of massage’s benefits for this population and its place in addiction treatment. […read more…]

Bethlehem woman uses dog for human healing

“The biggest benefit of a therapy dog is they help people relax so they can be open to talking about things it might not be easy to talk about,” said Jones, who runs a clinic in Littleton on Cottage Street specializing in providing trauma-sensitive holistic care for mental health and substance abuse disorders for adults and children. […read more…]

Two Minutes to Complete Relaxation

How Meditation Changes the Brain

Activating the brain’s compassion circuit.

Mindfulness and Meditation

Jon Kabat-Zinn discusses what mindfulness and meditation are really about: presence of heart. This was part of a talk put on by UC Berkeley’s Greater Good Science Center.

Therapy Dogs Help Wounded Warriors

Dogs help wounded warriors heal at Walter Reed

June 27, 2008 by Elizabeth M. Lorge

WASHINGTON (Army News Service, June 27, 2008) – One of the most popular therapists at Walter Reed Army Medical Center prefers to show his enthusiasm and appreciation by wagging his tail and giving slobbery kisses.

Deuce

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