Why Travel the Path of Wellness

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It’s incredible how much stress we can take on before we finally feel the weight of all our life stressors. Between work, family, bills, we must maintain a functional composure in our society that is deemed acceptable. In other words, showing friends and family that we are dealing with all that life drama and not losing our ever loving minds in public! So many of us go into autopilot and don’t acknowledge the need to relieve stress in a healthy way. Many people feel that they don’t have time to relax. Others feel that relaxing is lazy. And some feel that they are not worthy of taking the time … [Read more...]

The #1 thing you can do for your health


With so many fads and trends that come and go in the health and wellness industry, one time-tested proven fact holds true. Stress can make you physically ill. According to the US Center for Disease Control and Prevention, 75% of all health problems brought to doctors is Emotional Stress-Related. We all have stress. Stress (a certain level of pressure) can be healthy and motivational. It can propel us towards being deadline oriented, organized and successful. But when stressors are too numerous and come at you from too many directions at once you can start to feel overwhelmed. That sense of … [Read more...]

The Value of Talk Therapy

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Psychotherapy over the years has had a stigma attached to it as if patients must have “something wrong” with them if they need to see a psychotherapist, psychologist or psychiatrist. This is not necessarily the case. Living a human existence means that at some point in your life you are very likely to feel overwhelmed. Talking to someone who is qualified to help you sort out life issues doesn’t mean somethings wrong with you. It means you are making a healthy decision to progress. Talk therapy does more than just give you someone who will listen, it helps you to work towards solutions to … [Read more...]

Flower Power – Healing through Nature with Bach Flower Remedies


Though it is not known exactly when the use of tinctures in natural medicine began, Bach Flower remedies have been around since the 1930’s. Dr. Edward Bach, a British Physician is responsible for their creation. Bach Flower Remedies consist of a collection of 38 different tinctures made by extracting the essence of a plants or flowers by using an alcohol based solution. The 38 tinctures were specially created to match and counteract the 38 negative states of mind. These resulting liquids are very powerful and concentrated. Each plant has been found to have their own specific medicinal uses … [Read more...]