A continuation from Part 1 of our holistic shopping guide. Here we present the low down on detergents, essential oils, lip balms and dog food.
At The School of Natural Health Sciences, we are passionate about living a holistic lifestyle. Avoiding those nasty ingredients in some of the daily products that we use and foods we consume, can help maintain a state of balance within our bodies.
The most powerful thing we have is our mind. It is the central station, control tower, thought processor and command creator all in one. Everything that you are, perceive and believe is because of your mind.
One of the most wholesome and effective ways to help your body manage menopause is through yoga. Here we present a 20 minute routine, by Professional Yoga Therapist Kat Tillinghast, with poses that specifically target different glands of the endocrine system, which control our hormones.
This holistic therapy uses what is called “muscle testing,” to access muscular feedback from the body. You’ve probably experienced it at some point from a physician, chiropractor or holistic therapist. Ever had a test where the doctor asks you to stick out your arm and resist pressure?
The entire point of creating a more zen-like space, is to enable relaxation to be achieved. By producing a simplified home and/or work environment, we promote comfort, clarity and serenity. Who doesn’t want a piece of that?
Holistic Dowsing is method of ‘energetic analysis’ and ‘energetic balancing’ that allows the dowser to find answers to questions by accessing the ‘informational fields’ outside human perception.
Mindfulness is a state of active, open attention on the present. Instead of letting your life pass you by, mindfulness means living in the moment and awakening to experience.”
The School of Natural Health Sciences is excited to be starting the new year off with more valued, worldwide accreditations! The IICT have approved our courses as offering qualifications in Aromatherapy.
One way of maintaining a healthy blood pressure is through the foods that we eat. Incorporating these 5 foods into your diet will help you to keep your blood pressure low.