Tucked in a Clear Lake area office center is a treasure for tea lovers. The Tea Mistress, LLC, contains a variety of loose tea and bagged tea blends that will tickle anyone’s fancy. From green and black teas, to herbal teas, to the widely acclaimed Matcha tea, there is something
The skin is the largest organ of the body, so what goes on the skin is vitally important to health. It can be difficult to find products with natural ingredients, which are especially important for the sensitive skin of new babies.
Max & Madeleine products use the most natural ingredients that
Two Wake Forest School of Medicine research studies on the effect of high resolution, relational, resonance-based, electroencephalic mirroring (HIRREM, also called Brainwave Optimization®) on both migraines and insomnia showed clinically relevant and statistically significant reduction in frequency and severity of migraines and insomnia.
Island Brainworks in Galveston is one of the
Most women have some degree of back, shoulder and neck pain. Often this is caused by the connective tissue surrounding the muscles (fascia) binding muscles together that are supposed to be working separately. This causes pain as other muscles try to accommodate the imbalance.
Rolfing (structural integration) is a process of
The Chartres-style labyrinth, hand-built by church and community members on the grounds of Unity Bay Area Houston in League City, will be dedicated on Sunday, May 7 at 1 pm. This beautiful labyrinth, open to the community, is a place to connect with nature in a meditative way.
Labyrinth walking, an
The Natural Awakenings healthy living, healthy planet lifestyle app has been upgraded with a brand-new look and updated features. The changes to the free app, which has already been downloaded by 40,000-plus users, will make keeping up with the best choices for a green and healthy lifestyle easier than ever.
April is Child Abuse Awareness/Prevention Month. CASA of Galveston County hopes to raise awareness and funds towards their goal of serving 100% of abused and neglected children in Galveston County with specialized advocacy.
CASA of Galveston County, a 501 (c)3 non-profit, recruits, trains, and supervises community volunteers that are appointed by
What could be more Earth-friendly than water? Instead of using harsh chemicals, harness the power of dry steam to safely and easily clean just about anything. Ryan Dandridge, of 340 Steamers, is the local distributor for the EVapor 3000i household steam cleaner, which uses super-heated dry steam to destroy bacteria
The 24th Annual Tour de Braz Bike Ride, presented by Associated Credit Union of Texas, will be held Sunday, April 23rd and is a BP MS 150 recommended ride. With a choice of 10, 34, 50, 68 and 100 mile routes, it is the perfect ride for all types of
Poofy Organics Guide Felecia Hunt is now offering home demonstrations for groups interested in organic products that are made in the United States. The family owned and operated company based in New Jersey was founded in 2006 after a family member experienced a health crisis that prompted a drive to
The practice of community acupuncture is a grassroots movement intended to greatly increase access to acupuncture and widen its use in our increasingly complex health care system. In China, the community model is the traditional way of practicing acupuncture, so this helps to bring the community feel to the West.
Colon Hydrotherapy, also known as a colonic, is a method of removing waste from the large intestine, without the use of medication. By introducing filtered water into the colon, similar to a common enema, the waste is softened and loosened. Controlled water pressure provides hydration, which activates the natural muscular
Yoga has been proven to improve osteoporosis, a disease of weak and thinning bones that make fractures more likely. Yoga is both an isometric and a weight bearing exercise, two important components in improving bone strength.
This 4-week series at The Yoga Haven in Galveston trains students in specific yoga postures
In late November, Channel 2 investigators reported that hexavalent chromium, or chromium-6, has been found in high levels in Houston’s drinking water, with Houston ranking third in the country for high levels of this cancer-causing substance.
Studies show that cancer rates start to rise at 0.02 ppb (parts per billion), and