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    Acupuncture for Fertility: FAQ with Ashley and Christine

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    I am in the Moment – A Reflection and Love Letter

    Darling reader, It is…

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    Transforming Burnout into Aliveness through Reflection

    Recovering from burnout can be daunting. For many, our life is a constant striving for a “better now”. And investing too much of ourselves into one life activity—whether that be work, school, family life, or even an extracurricular—can eventuate in exhaustion and drain vital energy.

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    Creating Ease in the Present Moment

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    Facial Gua Sha Tutorial

    See Our Facial Gua Sha Tutorial with Sandra Shim

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    I am Enough

    A mantra is (originally in Hinduism or Buddhism) a word, statement, slogan or sound used repetitiously to aid in concentration and meditation. Our brain, like computer hardware, can be programmed with our thoughts. Mantras are like codes for the software of our brains.

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    Interview with Geha Gonthier

    Wellness on Whyte will be celebrating their 9 year anniversary on March 6th, 2021. I sat down to chat with Geha Gonthier, founder and owner of WoW to discuss the evolution of these past 9 years in business, her background in communal living, and what inspires the vision behind the work that she does today.

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    Self Care from the Outside In

    How much water do you drink? Do you have a skin care routine? What products do you use? How is your stress level?
    These are some questions I might ask you at the beginning of an aesthetics appointment. I’m not looking for “right” answers; just the answers. This is to help identify any problems so I can help you find solutions.

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    A Gift for You from Geha Gonthier: Yoga Nidra Video

    This video will help…

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    Anna Cott Shares With Us An Abundance Prayer.

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    I Am Sacred

    “He betrayed my trust…

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    I am sacred as I am.

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    Self-care from Home: Sacred Time for You

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    Immunity: A blog by Dr. Aziz Merchant BHMS, MDHOM

    Topic of Immunity may have never been as pertinent to the our modern times than the current pandemic. While governments are scrambling to dole out a vaccine that will bypass all safety standards, libertarian groups are calling this all a hoax and screaming deeper conspiracy. Where does one find sanity and security? The deaths around us are real.

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    I Am Calm

    We are in the final quarter of 2020, and at many stages of this year, it has felt as though finding calm is a revolutionary act. With recent world affairs bringing us together globally, there’s also been profound polarization felt across the earth. We’ve witnessed circumstances that have incited fear, tension, and vulnerability. We’ve felt the ache of worrying for our loved ones. We’ve met the pain of loss, and touched uncertainty with our own hands.

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    I Am Immune: The Golden Path to Skin Health: Facial

    It’s not a new trend! In China during the Sung Dynasty (960-1279 AD), Facial Rejuvenation Acupuncture was performed in the Royal Palace on the Empress, Emperor and Concubines. It is an ancient practice that revitalizes the qi (energy) and blood flow in the body and face, rejuvenating the skin and promoting longevity.

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    2020 has undoubtedly been an uphill battle filled with obstacles and uncertainty.

    As if people didn’t already have enough to worry about in their lives, adding a global pandemic into the mix is a sure-fire way to turn even the sanest person into a dizzying worry wort. So what are the pros and cons of worrying? Is there such a thing as a healthy amount of worry? Or can too much worrying actually make you sick?

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