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Healing Hot Stone Massage Certificate Course

Date: Jan 12 - Jan 13, 2019
Location: Kelowna & Central Okanagan
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You will learn basic practical techniques of hot stone massage, set-up, balancing the body’s energy, & you will also receive a group integrated breath session. See LOTS of hands-on training!...

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Wellness Tip
Addressing Dehydration
Dehydration does not only happen to athletes. Anyone can lose too many fluids. This can happen even while doing everyday tasks such as mowing the lawn or even playing on the beach. Signs of severe dehydration include nausea, inability to speak clearly, confusion and high body temperature. Keep your body fluids at a proper level. Drink enough fluids to make up what you lose before, during and after any activity where you sweat heavily.


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Wellness Directory
Avichi's Rachijpah Healings
Specialty: Chakra Healing
Rachijpah Healings (pronounced "Ra-Chai-Pah") is the home of various healing modalities. Avichi van Campen is the founder and sole operator, and offers you a variety of Services.
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Event
Healing Hot Stone Massage Certificate Course
Date: Jan 12, 2019
Location: Kelowna & Central Okanagan
You will learn basic practical techniques of hot stone massage, set-up, balancing the body’s energy, & you will also receive a group integrated breath session. See LOTS of hands-on training!
View Details


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Article
The Dreaded School Lunch Dilemma
How to make it kid friendly and gluten free. What kids want in a school lunch and what parents want in a school lunch can be vastly different. Add in the fact that it now needs to also be gluten free and you may find yourself in a frazzle. Here are some basic tips to help you de-stress school lunches.....
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Greek Islands Tour - October 2019 - Host Maria O'Farrell Carr


Recipe
Quinoa and lentil pilaf
Category: Main Meals
Description: Canada's Food Guide recommends that you make half of your grain servings whole grain. The Incas, who first cultivated quinoa in the Andes, called quinoa (pronounced keenwa) the mother of all grains. The Guide also suggests that you eat legumes such as lentils often.

Quinoa is actually a seed from a plant that is related to Spinach and Chard. You can eat the leaves as well as the seeds.
Quinoa is a complete protein. It is full of good nutrients and vitamins. This means that while you are eating quinoa you are ensuring that your body is getting good quantities of the right minerals to keep you healthy while you are on a reduced diet. It makes an excellent breakfast because the carbohydrates in Quinoa are slow releasing you do not get a rush of energy like with other foods but instead gives energy all morning.
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