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7 Easy Ways to Recharge Your Gut in 2018

With all the glorious excesses of the holidays behind us — pastries, parties, and New Year’s Eve celebrations, oh my — you might be feeling a bit worn out. Fatigue, brain fog, and a few extra pounds around your middle are all signs that your digestive system could use a little tune-up. No time for a big cleanse? No worries. We’ve got your back — and some easy, age-old Ayurvedic tips to gently purify and strengthen your digestion. Here are seven of our favorite (and simple!) strategies for restoring […]

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Want To Be A Better Parent? Change Your Patterns, Not Your Children.

Grounded Parenting – A Six-Week Workshop To Become The Parent You Want To Be. Learn To Use These Internally-Focused Tools Mindfulness Brain Re-Wiring Techniques Byron Katie’s “The Work” Reframing Your Thoughts Mind/Body Awareness Enneagram In Addition To Learning New Concepts And Sharing With Other Parents In The Six Classes, Each Participant Receives A Complimentary One-On-One Coaching Session. Return Joy To Your Parenting Workshop Leaders Tickets LIMITED NUMBER OF SEATS AVAILABLE When: Wednesdays  February 7–March 14 7:00–8:30 pm Where: The White Lotus Wellness Center 4912 Berwyn Road College Park, MD […]

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Ten Tips to Avert Ama Build-Up Over the Holidays

Ama, the toxic waste-product of inefficient digestion, can accumulate at any time of the year. During the holidays, we’re particularly susceptible to it. The bounty of festive meals and lots of sweets tempts us to overeat and eat at irregular times, and these are all triggers for the build-up of ama. If left unchecked, our body can become clogged and our immune system weakened by the accumulation of ama. Do you experience lack of appetite, stiffness in the joints, occasional constipation, respiratory issues, allergen reactions, or weight gain? Ama […]

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Ayurvedic Strategies for Healthy Holiday Eating

‘Tis the season to be snacking! From Thanksgiving (or even Halloween) through Valentine’s Day, the holidays present an extended string of festive gatherings that center around food and drinks. While living it up with friends, family, and colleagues can be fun, it can also be a bit stressful — especially if travel, hectic schedules, extra spending, and rich, sugary foods are on the menu. “When there’s stress involved, our choices can become more reactive, rather than coming from a grounded place and connected to the self,” says Sankari Wegman, […]

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Vocal Toning for Health and Healing with Michael Gallelli

Join Michael Gallelli, a shamanic practitioner and sound activator, for a communal circle of Vocal Toning. Michael will share the basics in the personal practice of toning and lead several rounds of toning for energetic cleansing and harmonic toning with the group. Vocal Toning is a unique form of meditation. It can be practiced in a group or alone. Group toning is energizing, empowering and easy to do. Participants create tones and basic vowels sounds that resonant with themselves. In a group circle, each person adds to his or […]

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