Summer crops are blossoming and growing well! Soon we will be enjoying an abundance of tomatoes, squash, cucumbers, peppers and much more. Check out locally grown produce and what’s currently in season at the Farmer’s Markets and area produce stores. Locally grown blueberries and lavender are in season; read the following emails from the growers Read more
“If you build it they will come,” is my favorite sentiment from the movie Field of Dreams. It’s been just over two and a half years since we opened our doors. They came, you continued to support us with your donations, and we continued to provide free services. Blessings abound! Today, the numbers are in! Read more
“Walking is a profound tool of healing.” – Carloyn Scott Kortge Nature Walks are designed to awaken the healing powers of the human spirit while exercising and enjoying the beauty of the outdoors. The primary focus of this program is on walks that heal as opposed to physical fitness. Any amount of walking will help Read more
We are so honored to have Bridge Yoga sponsor an evening of yoga dedicated to raising money for our center. Show your support by spreading the word and joining us on April 5th. Thank you Bridge Yoga for sharing our vision!
By Margie McCavitt I like to go on walks. Like gardening, walking outdoors is a way to de-stress, refresh and feel renewed. It changes perspective…and it replenishes the health of the soul. It’s exciting to announce this spring, the wellness center will add Nature Walks to our menu of programs. Please join us and get Read more
Insight meditation, or Vipassana, is perhaps the Buddha’s most important teaching in self-liberation. It is the practice of mindfulness – cultivating a clear, stable and non-judgmental awareness of all experiences in life. While most forms of meditation reduce stress and bring calmness and clarity of mind, Insight meditation also extends our deeper awareness to all Read more
Patti and 2 of Wellness Within’s program participants will be interviewed live on Capital Public Radio by Beth Ruyak. Tune in and spread the good cheer! When: Feb 5, 2013 @ 10:20 am Learn more at: http://www.capradio.org/insight On the dial: 90.9 FM KXJZ Sacramento; 90.5 FM KKTO Tahoe City/Reno; 91.3 FM KUOP Stockton/Modesto; 88.1 FM KQNC Quincy
By Brook Rivera, HHC What do millet, quinoa, amaranth, buckwheat, rice, and corn all have in common? They are gluten-free grains. While a gluten-free diet is typically for those with Celiac or gluten sensitivities, refraining from gluten or wheat can be a useful approach for any healing process, including cancer.
By Margie McCavitt Sweet, juicy, seedless and easy to peel Mountain Mandarins are ripening as you read this! The season begins in mid-November and continues through January. The warm days and cool nights make Placer County a perfect place to grow this popular fruit. There are about 30 Mountain Mandarin Growers throughout the rural areas Read more
Thank you all for those who attended our fundraiser last Saturday. It was a great success. More to come but wanted to share a couple of smiling faces that attended this marvelous evening.