Can meditation positively affect teenagers’ lives? At Tinicum Art and Science (TAS), high school students are learning to calm their minds, stabilize their inner worlds and tap into their creativity before entering the classroom. Encouraging a teenager’s non-judgmental awareness of themselves and their surroundings takes a safe and nurturing community that models compassion and requires active participation. Becoming more mindful helps adolescents better regulate how life circumstances impact their well-being. Continue reading →
Collegeville Medical Center is seeking 25 people to participate in a 25-week massage study to evaluate therapeutic massage and how it benefits neck pain and other chronic pain-related issues. Continue reading →
Dr. Eric Pearl will provide an in-depth understanding of Reconnective Healing Frequencies—a healing method known internationally for its effectiveness in helping chronic health conditions and emotional trauma—from July 24 through 28, in Philadelphia. The healing method was identified by Pearl, and has been taught to 100,000 people around the world. Continue reading →
The Prancing Peacock, with studios in Yardley and Langhorne, offers prenatal and children’s yoga classes at its new Peacock Nest—a nurturing yoga community for expectant moms, moms, babies, children and teens to play, practice and learn together. The nest is located in the newly opened Langhorne Yoga and Wellness Center. This 7,700-square-foot “Wellness Castle” is a comprehensive wellness center, offering yoga and barre, Reiki, therapeutic massage, facials, fitness bootcamps and on-site psychotherapy. Continue reading →
Dr. Richard Bartlett and Melissa Joy Jonsson will offer Waking Up In The Matrix, a free introduction to Matrix Energetics, from 7 to 9 p.m., May 29, at the Embassy Suites Philadelphia Airport.
The introductory evening will be followed by a three-day seminar, from May 30 through 31. Courses offered will be Fun One + the Fundamentals Intensive seminar, in which students learn how to access the field of the heart, expand beyond limiting belief systems and get out of their own way by tapping into the powerful morphic field of Matrix Energetics.
More than 30 of the most popular and influential leading thought leaders, experts and authors from a wide variety of wellness fields will be sharing their knowledge, insights and remedies at The Real Truth About Health Conference, from May 22 to 31, at the Caribe Royale All-Suite Hotel and Conference Center, in Orlando. This free event is a partnership between the Hippocrates Institute, TheRealTruthAboutHealthConference.com and Brian Clement, Ph.D., author of LifeForce and director of the Hippocrates Health Institute. Continue reading →
Siobhan Hutchinson, of Next Step Strategies, LLC, will host the Holistic Health Extravaganza from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., June 6, at the Newtown Administration Building, in Newtown. The event includes handmade, natural, green, locally made gifts and services, and introduces a variety of programs provided by the Newtown Parks and Recreation. Continue reading →
Heidi Garis, owner of Tap Into Abundance Success Coaching, will host the Empowered You conference—an event to help women reconnect to their power and possibility and set them free to be the abundant, joyful women they desire to be—from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., June 4, at the Pearl S. Buck Cultural Center, in Perkasie. The conference is geared toward female business owners and professionals alike, to help them rediscover and embrace their female power. Continue reading →
The Hypnosis Counseling Center, with offices in Flemington, Livingston and Princeton, New Jersey, will present Introduction to Hypnosis, from 6:30 to 9 p.m. on Wednesdays, May 13, 20 and 27, at Rutgers University, in New Brunswick. Continue reading →
Held in conjunction with the Joint American Homeopathic Conference, the Homeopathy Academy for Moms Live Workshop will be held from 1:30 to 6:30 p.m., May 9, at Loews Hotel, in Philadelphia. The event is designed specifically for moms, dads, grandparents and caregivers interested in fostering natural, holistic lifestyles for themselves and their families. Continue reading →
Serving as publisher of Natural Awakenings of Bucks and Montgomery for nearly three years has been an amazing and rewarding experience for which I will always be grateful. Working with you has filled my heart and expanded my mind.
As with any business venture, a candid evaluation of the current situation points to what’s necessary in order to keep growing. When I reached a point where I saw that in order to take the magazine to greater heights, I also realized that I’d need to accordingly make some big changes in my life.
After assessing what would be best for our community of readers, I decided that it was time to open the door to another passionate and open-minded individual able to lead the charge. I’m pleased to share the good news that with this issue I am passing the torch on to a new publisher, Karen Meshkov, of Wyncote. Please join me in warmly welcoming her.
Many of you have asked about my own future plans. At the moment, I plan to have a fun-filled fantastic summer with my family. Beyond that, I expect to play a different role in the holistic arena because once you’re “awakened”, there’s no turning back.
With your steadfast support, this magazine is now poised to move to the next level of expanded service. Thank you for inviting us into your lives and infusing it with the energy and personality of the Bucks/Montgomery community. Thank you for how well you’ve loved us and for continuing to support Karen as you have me.