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Thrive to Health this Year

Thrive to Health Program with Colleen Harshbarger New Year’s is a great time for setting intentions, for resolving to make a life change of some sort. Unfortunately, 80% of New Year’s resolution aren’t achieved, perhaps you’re in this camp this year.  Why is that?  Often missed steps are getting clear on your deepest motivations and learning to break down goals into small steps for lasting change. The process we use in Thrive to Health is designed to spark deep self-exploration so that you understand how your beliefs impact your behavior and your behaviors impact your goals. You’ll explore the deep layers of the psychological, motivational and spiritual realms to discover how they impact your health at the physical, relational and energetic...

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Ayurveda Series

Wednesdays, 4/19/17 - 5/10/17 (1.5 hours/week for 4 weeks) 6:00-7:30 PM $80 for series; $25 drop-in [button link="https://app.secure-booker.com/Mobile/Bliss?IsClass=1&Date=04192017&TreatmentID=2387742" size="medium" align="center"] - Register for ALL classes - [/button] Ayurveda, a Sanskrit word meaning the "science of life", is India's 5,000 year old medical system. It is commonly referred to as Yoga's sister science, as both are rooted in the ancient Vedic tradition. Yoga teaches us how to balance our mind, while Ayurveda teaches us how to balance our body through the use of food, herbs, and living in harmony with nature. In this 4-week series, we will explore Ayurvedic teaching and how to bring it into our everyday lives with the goal of becoming more balanced in our minds and bodies as well as in tune...

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Ayurveda Seasonal Wellness Series: Spring

[button link-"https://app.secure-booker.com/Mobile/Bliss?IsClass=1&TreatmentID=2397824&Date=04082017" size="medium" align="center"] - Register Online - [/button] Saturday, April 8th 1 - 3pm $30 Ayurveda, Sanskrit for the "science of life", is India's 5,000 year old medical system. It is commonly referred to as Yoga's sister science, as both are rooted in the ancient Vedic tradition. Yoga teaches us how to balance our mind, while Ayurveda teaches us how to balance our body through the use of food, herbs, and living in harmony with nature. The latter is most important during times of seasonal transition when we must modify our diet, lifestyle, and even our Yoga practice to adapt to the changes happening around us. In this 2-hour workshop, we will review the foundations of Ayurveda and the tri-dosha approach. We will...

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