Amy B. Scher joins Heather on Hay House Radio’s Loving Yourself to Great Health to talk about How To Heal Yourself When No One Else Can. A Self-Healing Approach for Mind, Body and Spirit.
Hay House Radio Episode Recap: Health for Highly Sensitive People with guest Dondi Dahlin
On Hay House Radio’s Loving Yourself to Great Health, I welcome sound healing expert Dr. Jeffrey Thompson to discuss natural ways to beat stress.
Join Certified Health Coach and 21st Century Medicine Woman Heather Dane for the launch of her brand new Hay House radio show! Heather will show you how to create a vision for your best health and how to set the stage for work/life balance in the new year. Special guest Energy Medicine Consultant and author Dondi Dahlin joins Heather for her first show on January 4th, 2016!
For 10 days, I share tips on how to detox sugar from your mind, body and spirit with natural kitchen remedies and easy practices you can do on your own.
Southern California Chef Nick Brune has traveled the world learning how different cultures practice sustainability and infuse foods with regional flavor.
I’ve been thinking about the role of pleasure and food this week. One of the challenges with diets is that they can box us in regarding our food choices.
I am in awe of the farmers who practice sustainable farming and care so much about our health. Who work 7 days per week to make sure we have healthy, pesticide-free, hormone-free, antibiotic free, pasture raised, sustainable food options.
When we’ve been holding onto something with fear, anger and upset, there is nothing like the relief that comes from forgiveness as you let go of anger.
Are you used to opening cans, packages and boxes for meals? Perhaps you are ready to start cooking with whole foods and dread all the steps it takes to prepare.
“In 2011, 27 percent of Stress in America survey respondents reported that lack of willpower was the most significant barrier to change.” Are you one of the 27% who feel you can’t change in ways you want to? Do you feel you lack willpower? Read about the surprising reason you may lack willpower.
Change your perspective about winter. Two things always bothered me about winter. One was that it got dark earlier, making me feel stifled because it was unsafe for women to walk alone on campus. The other was the feeling of wanting to stay inside permanently and not face the harsh winds that often went well below zero.