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Spring Tips: Spice it UP!

Posted on 27 March 2018

by Susan Bass In Ayurveda, our spice cabinet is our medicine cabinet. In spring, it is often the elements of earth and water (kapha) that are increased. If they are not balanced with diet and lifestyle choices, then our tissues can become heavy, dull, dense and gooey. The increasing kapha (earth and water) in spring […]
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Gooseberries are Good for the Gut

Posted on 05 March 2018

Researchers from Malaysia’s Islamic Science University tested 30 patients with gastrointestinal issues, dividing them into three groups. One received lactose, a placebo; another group was given omeprazole, an over-the-counter remedy; and the third Phyllanthus emblica Linn, an ayurvedic treatment for gastrointestinal issues also known as Indian gooseberry. The research found the herbal treatment resulted in […]
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Finding the Courage to Grieve (Workshop – May 5)

Posted on 14 February 2018

Tips for Facing the Challenges of Loss by Deborah Rodney Grief is a part of life. It can come like a thunderbolt or we can stumble into it in a hundred different ways. It accompanies the losses of illness and aging. It collides with heartbreaking world events  and our neighbor’s burdens. If we’re not grieving, we’re not paying attention. Grief is […]
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Meditation That Works

Posted on 12 February 2018

Tips for Finding the Right Practice by April Thompson More Americans than ever before are seeking the benefits of meditation, which notably improves mental, physical and spiritual health. Choosing from its many styles and traditions can be daunting for a new meditator, as is figuring out how to incorporate such a practice into a busy […]
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Gooseberries are Good for the Gut

Posted on 05 March 2018

Researchers from Malaysia’s Islamic Science University tested 30 patients with gastrointestinal issues, dividing them into three groups. One received lactose, a placebo; another group was given omeprazole, an over-the-counter remedy; and the third Phyllanthus emblica Linn, an ayurvedic treatment for gastrointestinal issues also known as Indian gooseberry. The research found the herbal treatment resulted in […]
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Become a Certified Holy Fire II Reiki Practitioner or Master

Posted on 21 December 2017

Learning Reiki is very easy and can be used for either personal or professional reasons. Holy Fire is a higher vibrational form of Reiki that offers empowerment, guidance, purification and healing. Patty Oliver, owner of Body-Mind-Spirit Healing Arts, is a Holy Fire II Karuna Reiki Master who has been giving Reiki sessions for eight years. […]
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The Future of Health Screening is Bright for Patients

Posted on 01 December 2017

It takes years for most cancers to develop to the stage that they can be detected with mammogram or ultrasound (dense enough for location and biopsy) so digital infrared thermal imaging (DITI or “thermography”) is ideally placed as a screening tool to identify changes over time in the early development stages, before there is more […]
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ZenShi Wellness Holistic Healing Package for the Holidays

Posted on 01 December 2017

ZenShi Wellness announces a special healing package for energy balance and renewal to provide calm and strength through hectic holiday time and to bring clarity for the new year. “Many of us are working so hard at our lives and not getting what we know deep down is possible. Additionally, holidays often magnify the tough […]
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Community Spotlight


Community Close-up Q & A session with Aesthetic Dentistry

Posted on 09 February 2016

Aesthetic Dentistry Welcome to our Community Close-up Q&A session with Aesthetic Dentistry of Lake Oswego. We are excited for this opportunity to allow you to get more personally acquainted with their practice. What makes a dental practice holistic? At Aesthetic Dentistry of Lake Oswego, we pride ourselves on our approach to dentistry that promotes health […]Continue Reading →

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Living in the Now, Key to Agelessness for Nehalem Artist and Framer by Dana Taylor

Posted on 05 September 2015

Since the days of Ponce de Leon and before, people have been seeking the fountain of youth as if it offers the same quality of life provided by its close cousin, agelessness. Nestled in the picturesque hills of Nehalem, Oregon, Bonnie Speer, proprietress of Art Happens, a local’s favorite art framing boutique, proves that agelessness […]Continue Reading →

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Form & Function, Josh Sabraw by Robin Will

Posted on 05 June 2014

Josh Sabraw, Personal Trainer and Strength Coach, is the proprietor at Form & Function, which just moved to new quarters near OMSI on Portland’s east side. Form & Function involves more than joining a gym and working up a sweat a couple of times a week. Many of Sabraw’s clients have been that route, and […]Continue Reading →

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Community Close-up Q & A New Renaissance Bookshop

Posted on 26 March 2014

We are delighted to spotlight New Renaissance Bookshop this month to share further insight into one of Portland’s gems and the owners, Darlene and Jamie Potter. Often People refer to you as the conscious living bookshop on NW 23rd, but your business and role in the community reach far beyond just books. What is it […]Continue Reading →

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Curiosities – A Vintage Mall opened in Beaverton

Posted on 01 August 2013

Curiosities, A Vintage Mall, opened in Beaverton in April, 2013. It has been a strong start, in part because the store likes to emphasize the local, green, sustainable values in their business. Responsible consumers everywhere are finding that vintage resale makes a lot of sense. Ethically, and in terms of quality, variety, value, meaning and […]Continue Reading →

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