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Articles from: November 2018

RoCA – Affordable Art & Pottery Bazaar

Have you wanted to attend the Affordable Art Fair in New York but didn’t care to travel to the city? Now Rockland Center for the Arts is holding its own Affordable Art & Pottery Bazaar, from December 9 to December 23, just in time for holiday gift giving. What better place to experience this. Items include functional ceramics, original 2-D & 3-D art from known artists, jewelry and ornaments.

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Natural, Holistic and Effective Women’s Health

At Two Rivers Acupuncture, one of Dr. Lauren Dulberg’s main specialties is women’s health. “Traditional Chinese medicine has a unique approach to women’s health issues – instead of just treating the symptom, we treat the root (the reason) and the branch (the symptoms). In my own practice I have treated PCOS, endometriosis, small uterine fibroids, ovarian cysts, menopausal issues, infertility and hormonal imbalances. I’ve seen babies born to women who were told they never had a chance and have seen chronic pain and suffering from various hormonal issues transform, resolve and heal.

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Holiday Special from Stillpond Massage Therapy

“Stillpond Massage Therapy is humbly proud and excited to celebrate its 20th anniversary of being in business. We are so very grateful to our community of clients who have entrusted us with their ongoing care. This truly is an honor,” share co-owners Bethany and Ron Mutone, New York state licensed and nationally certified massage therapists and owners of Stillpond Massage Therapy in Monroe.

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Be Proactive About Your Health

Dr. Janette Asaro Pena of Newburgh Chiropractic highly recommends Lauricidin® for anything that ails you. “This supplement is great for any virus, fungus or bacterial infection,” she says. “Lauric acid is found in breast milk and is what keeps babies from getting sick when they’re being breast fed. It is derived from coconuts but has no coconut left so it is safe even for people allergic to coconut. I’ve seen it get rid of everything from the flu, common colds and Lyme, as well as normalize gut bacteria, candida overgrowth, herpes and much more. It’s safe enough to take every day and safe for toddlers. I even give it to my dogs and cats” shares Dr. Pena.

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Experience Intuitive Healing

Local intuitive healer, Tammy Eckert, shares that the “art of intuitive healing is to really listen to what another person is saying, pay close attention to what you see with your own eyes and know how to listen to your clients’ body as it speaks to you.” Eckert has helped her clients with improving clarity and focus, getting better sleep, decreasing ADD, ADHD and anxiety symptoms, overall increased well-being and more.

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Eurythmy: A Movement Art Supporting Growth, Balance and Health by Beth Dunn-Fox

If you’re like many people navigating the pace of today, you may feel that the resource you need most is time. Having a life that moves naturally between our full schedules and moments that allow us to breathe doesn’t seem so common these days. This is significant, as our relationship to time is pivotal in how aligned we feel within ourselves and with the world. As anxiety levels continue to rise in all age groups, we need to ask the question, “How can we sustain more balanced lives in an age unlikely to slow down?” Looking at the wisdom of natural rhythms is one place to start.

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Find Your Healing Stone

“What I love about our business is we offer a wellspring of spiritual healing. Every time we put out another large mineral specimen, the energy in the space gets brighter and brighter, more and more positive,” shares Voices of the Stones coowner Carole White. “So you can imagine when we get so many fine pieces in a room together at our shows how the space is transformed.”

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Spa Membership Packages at Wholeness Center

Wholeness Center is intentionally designed to rejuvenate and restore your sense of self, while awakening your senses and nourishing your well being. Built with vision and purpose, they’ve created an elegant sanctuary that bridges the luxury spa experience with state of the art clinical treatments and services. Designed for you to immerse yourself in delightful moments that will make you look and feel your best.

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Giving the Gift of Self Care by Jen Servidio

The weather is getting cooler and winter is fast approaching. With the busyness of this season, many people often feel stressed as they are caught up in the flurry of activities such as holiday parties, gatherings with friends and family and gift giving. There also is the unseen pressure at this time of year to make everything perfect or to have that picturesque moment when the whole family is together laughing and enjoying each other’s company. So what’s the best way to navigate through this season which can bring with it a lot of stress and a lot of work?

Self-care.

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Exciting New Offerings at Crystal Connection in Wurtsboro

“Here at Crystal Connection we have become one of the largest crystal and mineral stores in the northeast and a metaphysical destination by many,” shares co-owner Travis Ogden. “Within this we have been growing and expanding as individuals, as a team, and as a business and we are very excited to share with you some upcoming new adventures.”

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