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Natural Awakenings South Central Pennsylvania

IN THIS ISSUE - January 2021

Dec 29, 2020 03:56PM ● By Dave Korba

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Click on this link to view the digital version of the January 2021 magazine. Our feature story is entitled Integrative Hospital Care – Medicine Embraces Holistic Modalities.

Here are quick links to our LOCAL NEWS BRIEFS

The Centerof Balance, LLC, in Greencastle, in conducting a Drawing for a Free Reiki or Foot Reflexology session, at the end of January.  Visit during the month for a free, no cost entry to the drawing.

The Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay is hosting the third annual Wild & Scenic Film Festival fundraiser.

Nutritionist Sarah Glunz, MS, CNS, LDN, is now offering counseling as part of the team at Natural Paths To Wellness, in Camp Hill.

Cindy Beers, owner of Red Head Yoga, in Mechanicsburg, is fully dedicating the efforts of the studio to supporting mental health training, classes and initiatives.

Natural Paths To Wellness, in Camp Hill, has introduced a new, six-week, program called Whole Body Reset for weight loss and rejuvenation.

Here are links to our LOCAL FEATURE ARTICLES

In a local feature, Dr. Ashlyn Zikmund from Natural Paths To Wellness, in Camp Hill, provides an insightful article entitled,Preventing and ManagingOsteoporosis. 

In a local sidebar to our Natural Pet department, Holistic Integrative Veterinarian, Linda Stern, owner of Healing Creatures Animal Hospital in Camp Hill, discusses a variety of integrative approaches available for pets in her article entitled, Integrative Therapies for Pets.

To help kick off the New Year with a realistic approach to dieting and nutrition, natural health consultant Fred Swartley, owner of Abundant Life Natural Health, in Carlisle, offers an informative health brief entitled, Wisdom for Weight Loss.”

A local event spotlight article highlights details about the 2021 Virtual Sustainable Agriculture Conference, hosted by PasaSustainable Agriculture, which marks the 30th year of hosting this hallmark event

You can read the entire print issue, above, in its digital format. In it you’ll find additional articles to keep you educated and informed about natural health and wellness.


In addition to the digital edition found above, here are MORE articles found exclusively online…

Reframing Weight Loss

Reframing Weight Loss

Lose Weight without Dieting - Sarah Glunz, Nutritionist at Natural Paths To Wellness helps keep things in perspective for successful dieting and weight control Read More »


Intentional Blessings

Intentional Blessings

Three local practitioners offer their thoughts and specific blessings for creating sacred space and offering intentional blessings for various situations. Read More » 



Nature Observation Through the Seasons

Nature Observation Through the Seasons

January: The Nature of Home - Tim Seifarth & Natasha Herr from Earthbound Artisan, based in Ephrata, share insight and perspective about home and our local, natural habitat. Read More » 



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Climate Anxiety: Navigating Our Emotions as the Planet Changes

Many of us are anxious and fearful, prompted by the growing realization of being in a state of environmental insecurity caused by climate change. Read More » 


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Slow Fashion: Mending to Extend the Life of Clothing

Reject the harmful environmental impacts of 'fast fashion' and embrace a more sustainable lifestyle by purchasing high quality garments and mending them to prolong their useful life. Read More »