Stress: You’ve Got It, Let’s Handle It.

Let’s talk about stress. You got some? Many of us have been asked if we have stress in our lives and a common answer to that question is, ‘who doesn’t?’ Let’s look at this. Stress is literally defined as “a state of mental or emotional strain or tension resulting from adverse or very demanding circumstances.” […]

Iridology: New Age or Ancient Art?

The Merriam-Webster definition of the Iris is: “the opaque contractile diaphragm perforated by the pupil and forming the colored portion of the eye.” Throughout history, the eye has been referred to as the ‘window to the soul’. If you refer to the Bible, in Luke 11:33, Jesus says “Your eye is the lamp of your […]

“Houston, We Have a Problem…”

In response to a recent post by an obstetrician out of Coral Springs, FL, which has since been deleted (he’s also done some really nice “damage control” by deleting comments from all of his posts on his Facebook page, per the last time I checked), I offer you my thoughts and opinions. They are based […]

What the Heck is Cupping? I’d love to tell you!

What the Heck is Cupping? “What are those weird circles on your back?” “Cupping? Didn’t I hear about some celebrities doing that?” “Were you in a fight with an octopus?” Cupping is something I am passionate about because of my own experience. I had it done by my acupuncturist for a rib head that continuously […]

Elimination Diets and Breastfeeding

I see a lot of stuff floating around the internet these days about Elimination Diets.  I recently posted a beautiful infographic about a specific Elimination Diet on Professional Breastfeeding Support’s Facebook page.  The thing is, despite this being a beautiful and professional looking infographic, it is not substantiated by science at all.  (I have a […]

It’s BACK! Paps & Pampering – Winter Edition

Paps & Pampering is BACK! Please join us for our Winter Edition of Paps & Pampering on TWO different Thursday evenings in February. Our last event was a fantastic success and these are sure to be as well. Attend one or BOTH evenings for pampering and self-care with Reiki, Massage, Reflexology, Paraffin Dips, Thin Prep […]

From Dory: Time for a Change

Multiple Sclerosis I was diagnosed in the fall of 2016 with multiple sclerosis. It’s a disease I was never familiar with. Nobody in my family had ever been given this diagnosis. What brought me to learn about it was loss of vision in my left eye. It’s a condition called Optic Neuritis. I have learned […]