After more than 35 years of private practice in Manhattan, Licensed Massage Therapist Lee Noonan has relocated and is offering “City Massage at Country Prices” to Bucks and Montgomery county residents.
Referring to her services as “The Art of Touch”, Noonan understands that the lasting aspect of treatment lies in discovering the underlying causes of pain. This often involves detective work, such as recognizing when a change in a client’s lifestyle or surroundings might be adversely affecting their body.
Girls aged 11 to 13 are invited to explore nutrition, yoga, positive body image and creativity during a weeklong teen yoga camp at Roots & Wings Facilitating Healing, conveniently located by the Quakertown high school. The camp runs from 1 to 4 p.m., July 9 through 13.
Led by Roots & Wings owner Hillery Woods Siatkowski, LMT, RYT-200, the girls will have a daily yoga practice exploring themes of art, ecology and wellness. Activities include wildcrafting herbs, meditative mandala making, self-care practices and building healthy relationships.
As part of his commitment to women’s health at every stage, Dr. Paul Bizzaro, DC, is offering SpectraCell micronutrient and hormone testing from 7 a.m. to 1 p.m., May 16, at his office in Yardley.
Many women continue to suffer from weight gain, fatigue and mood disorders despite following an optimal diet and supplement regimen. The cause may be due to deficiencies on a deeper chemical level, yet rarely is this checked in routine medical care.
Airmid Wellness, a community healing center in Warminster, has designed and expanded their services to both build clients’ inner selves and balance its physical well-being.
“There are many paths to wellness, and at Airmid Wellness clients get to chose which journey will take them there,” says director Ed Salkind. “We offer not only counseling services, but also yoga classes and multiple treatment options to help clients gain their power back from trauma, abuse, illness, depression, anxiety and more.”
Traditional massage and basic stretching exercises may be what most people think of first when it comes to maintaining or restoring flexibility, but there are a variety of lesser known, yet highly effective, options available to BuxMont residents. Continue reading →
Natural Awakenings magazine of Bucks and Montgomery counties has a new office space at The Archways Professional Building, at 419 Johnson Street, in Abington Township. The office is located one half of a block from Old York Road and West Avenue, in the heart of Jenkintown Borough. Continue reading →
Good Earth Charter School—a free, public Waldorf-methods school serving the Bucks and Montgomery counties—will open in the fall of 2016, and is currently seeking pre-enrollments for kindergarten through grade 2. The school will be one of three of its kind on the entire East Coast. The school is currently searching for the perfect location surrounded by nature. Continue reading →
Each January, an estimated 40 percent of Americans make one or more New Year’s resolutions. Whether the goal is big or small, a vow to make a change is often not an easy task to tackle. Luckily, the healthy living community in the Bucks and Montgomery county area has helpful advice and wishes to share with Natural Awakenings’ readers. Continue reading →
In February, Natural Awakenings of Bucks, Montgomery and the Main Line will celebrate its fifth anniversary. To celebrate, the magazine is looking for local businesses and organizations interested in being part of this special issue. Continue reading →
“As a life long cyclist, the experience of riding a bicycle still intrigues me. The bicycle is simple, human-powered and compliments a “green” life-style. To me the bicycle represents freedom, independence and personal strength. Whether one commutes via bicycle, tours Continue reading →