Experienced teacher, 21- plus Guiness World Record holder and daredevil adventurer Wim Hof will be offering his Innerfire workshop from from 2 to 8 p.m., June 14, and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., June 15, at Eastside Austin Elite. Participants will learn the Wim Hof Method (WHM) to control the autonomic nervous system, allowing them to influence their immune system, improve blood circulation, increase concentration, develop their confidence and expand their consciousness.
Austin Osteopathic Family Medicine (AOFM) has developed a novel payment model for their holistic practice in which patients pay a monthly fee based on age and receive discounts on labs and procedures. Consultations with the medical center are available via telephone, email, text or telemedicine e-visits. For patients facing increasing medical costs, AOFM offers an affordable solution that is especially helpful for those with chronic illnesses that require regular follow-up visits. For acute medical conditions, the initial visit is $99.
Create a Gogo is offering two free workshops—a restorative yoga class with a meditation on manifesting, from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m., April 6, and an intuitive workshop with exercises for increased awareness and selfguidance, from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m., April 27.
Last month, Susannah Raulino and Vanessa Shields opened Create a Gogo as a place for people to explore the wonders of their minds and hearts in a fun, supportive environment. They offer workshops, classes and private sessions in creativity and self-development through writing, improvisation, yoga, dance, meditation and collaborative drawing. Drawing upon decades of personal and teaching experience, Raulino and Shields help people have breakthrough experiences and give them tools to carry change forward into their lives and their creativity.
Specializing in acupuncture, acupressure and herbal prescriptions based on each individual’s needs, Nailin Lu, LAc, at Lu Acupuncture Center, is offering 30-minute, free consultations for new patients.
A holistic approach is applied to every patient, which means the treatment plans focus on not only relieving the symptoms, but also dealing with the underlying cause of the disease to help to restore the normal function of the body. Common problems treated at Lu Acupuncture Center include acid reflux, allergies, hypothyroidism, premenstrual syndrome, menopausal issues, low libido, infertility, stress, depression, migraine, side effects from cancer treatment and chronic pain.
Our modern lifestyle has promoted several chronic, degenerative diseases, including Type 2 diabetes and hypothyroidism, both of which can lead to weight gain, chronic pain and chronic fatigue. Conventional healthcare practices involve medications that treat the symptoms of these conditions, rather than addressing their underlying causes.
Dr. Thomas Culleton, DC, will present a free seminar with a gourmet dinner at 6 p.m., April 9, April 30 or May 7, at the Estancia Churrascaria Brazilian Steakhouse, in Austin. He will discuss the mechanism that causes 90 percent of hypothyroidism cases in the U.S. and may be destroying other glands and tissues, the lab tests needed to identify this mechanism and the reasons conventional thyroid medication may not impact symptoms.
We’re thrilled that you’re a fan of Natural Awakenings! It’s fairly safe to conclude that you’re also a fan of a healthy environment. Welcome to our annual Green Living issue.
Crissy Trask’s feature article, “Live Green, Save Big,” disproves the myth that eco-friendly choices are harder on our wallets than conventional options. The accompanying piece, “By the Numbers,” is another eye-opener.
Created by Gabriella Espinosa, Pure Soul Alchemy is a transformative, vibrational energy work designed to unwind, unblock and reconfigure a participant’s inner and outer reality, setting them on a new, life-enhancing track. Benefits include, transformation of issues pertaining to jobs, relationships, finances and family; the ability to harness creative energy; feeling rested and energized; clarity, focus and guided action in the operations of daily life; feelings of profound happiness and satisfaction; confronting and clearing old buried emotions; freedom of choice to feel, think and act differently; and release of unresolved and detrimental relationships, opening the space for new and better relationships.
InnerScapes has opened a new office at the Buda-Kyle border, at 3601 Kyle Crossing, in Kyle. The new location provides more scheduling flexibility, privacy and parking. It is centrally accessible from Austin, San Marcos and Wimberley.
InnerScapes provides private LEN life coaching, yoga and meditation sessions, as well as phone consultations for those experiencing distress, grieving a loss or ready to make a life change.
Albert Einstein is a guest contributor to my letter this month. His essay on life provided me an inspiring lift when I needed it and is worth sharing.
There are only two ways to live your life. One is as though nothing is a miracle. The other is as though everything is a miracle.
“Wisdom and compassion are our birthright,” says Prema Dasara. The worldrenowned creator and teacher of sacred dance will guide participants in reclaiming this birthright at her weekend workshop, Dance in the Mandala of Tara, 7 to 9 p.m. March 14, and 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., March 15 and 16, at the Zen Shinji Centre, in Austin. She will teach the unique form of transformational dance, which she offers worldwide as a prayer for peace, protection and empowerment.