The term holistic health is used to identify practices and philosophies that support wellness and, when necessary, treat disease as part of the whole person.
A sampling of holistic health practices:
- Acupuncture & Acupressure
- Chiropractic & Network Chiropractic
- Cranio-Sacral Therapy
- Herbal Medicine
- Therapeutic Massage
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by Harris Eisenhardt The answer, I believe, is as follows: Do not mourn the loss of this planet prematurely, and do not resign to the pessimists’ comfort. Personal actions contribute to collective climate change […] we should hold ourselves accountable. … more
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by Suzanne Hall I ’m scared. The world seems to have gone crazy, and I am a part of that world. I imagine the world as a moving body that is running towards the edge of a cliff. That cliff is … more
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by Joris Rosse In the extreme, Climate Instability can lead to infinitely destructive and unmanageably chaotic effects, namely the irreversible runaway greenhouse. This issue deserves top priority, as it threatens all life on the Planet. Feedback Loops kick in when … more
by Helene B. Leonetti, MD As I get further on the path toward healing, I recognize that as a physician I can impact many people. When we walk our talk, it has a powerful, mesmerizing life of its own. Since … more
by JoAnn Jones — Whatever efforts we as individuals, groups, organizations, and/or a community are engaged in, we are all in need of practices and places that “bear us up”, that give us “help” or “support”, to “buoy” us up … more