I grew up with the belief that my salary, car, house and investment portfolio were the best and truest measures of wealth. That belief however, can be taxing on the psyche and often leads to burning out on the daily grind of a hamster wheel.
If beauty is more than skin deep, then Polished Salon, Spa and Wellness in Lemoyne is hoping to uncover the true cause of common skin woes. “We really want to teach people to love themselves well,” says Stacie Sheely, who has owned the spa for 17 years.
Resources and treatment options for autism were hard to find when Dr. Kathy Ferraro’s daughter first showed symptoms. Ferraro questioned doctors about why she wasn’t developing at the same pace as her peers, and they said the infant would eventually catch up.
When a customer walks into Sleighter’s Furniture and Sleep Shop in New Oxford, they’ll quickly discover that the staff puts a strong emphasis on customized comfort. “We pride ourselves on offering the best solutions for daytime and nighttime comfort in your home,” shares store co-owner Jerry Smith.
Saubel’s Markets, in Shrewsbury, will be carrying some new items they saw at the Natural Products Expo East in September. Kimberley Heidler, natural and organic specialist at Saubel’s natural and organic marketplace attended.
Prebiotin, the top doctor recommended prebiotic fiber, is now available in powdered form as a daily dietary supplement to help feed and grow the good bacteria in the gut, which is essential to overall good health.
Participants will learn to use drumming to enter deep relaxation; use chants and vocal toning to energize the brain and clear the mind; discover accessible ways to expand conscious awareness; and more...
IDLife, a well-known health and wellness company, has introduced an all-new kid’s line that offers chewable tablets with 24 vitamins and minerals, a protein shake, snack bar and hydrate powder to fill in the gaps in children's diets.
Leigh Wisotzkey, owner, martial arts and self-defense instructor, says, “Women’s self-defense is my special interest, because it presents opportunities to build confidence, learn new skills, get exercise and enjoy arts and culture, all in one place.”
Due to high demand, Dr. David Sullivan, chief of staff of Headache Freedom Centers, will be opening a new Headache Freedom Center of York, in January 2016 to provide residents of York County with state-of-the art headache therapy at a convenient location in South York.
This unique, one-of-a-kind experience promotes healing and optimal wellness, and participants will discover a natural way to awaken their innermost sacred space through intuitive interaction with horses.