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September Issue

Creatively Graceful
Aging and Yoga

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Letter from Publisher

Letter from Publisher

Inside these pages, readers will find practical reminders that self-care, common-sense eating habits, exercise, positive attitudes and spending time with loved ones are the everyday magical ingredients for defying old age, both mentally and physically.

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Santhigram Wellness Fosters Health and Vitality Through Ayurveda

Santhigram Wellness Fosters Health and Vitality Through Ayurveda

Dr. Aruna Tummala, the owner of Trinergy Center for Integrative Psychiatry, is on a quest for a better understanding and holistically treating mental illness.

The National Wildlife Federation: Making Wildlife Habitats at Home

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Floating Away Stress

Floating Away Stress

Isolation Tanks Induce Deep Rest and Healing

Floating in a sensory isolation tank induces a deep state of relaxation that can bring on healing, stress relief and even ‘Aha!’ moments of creativity.

Being Beauty

Being Beauty

What Makes Us Glow

Contrary to what we’re led to believe, the quickest way to be beautiful is to fill ourselves up with the beauty of all we love.

Zaya and Maurizio Benazzo

Zaya and Maurizio Benazzo

Joining Science to Spirituality

The founders of Science & Nonduality discuss why scientists and meditators should collaborate in examining the nature of consciousness.

Aging with Passion and Purpose

Aging with Passion and Purpose

Finding Fulfillment, Creativity and Meaning

As our bodies grow older, we can engage with life in ways that build belonging, generate enthusiasm and spark rewarding self-discovery that also blesses the world.

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Autumn Classes Begin at Angel Light’s School of Sound and Healing

Angel Light Center for the Healing Arts, a resource for health, healing and spiritual development, begins its School of Sound and Healing fall certification program on October 6 through 8, in Elm Grove.

Muscle Activation Techniques Improve Patients’ 
Mobility F.A.S.T.

MAT is a systematic, whole-body process that was developed to identify and correct muscle imbalances due to muscle weakness.

Ben Harper & The Innocent 
Criminals Headline Rock the Green

Rock the Green is a local nonprofit with a mission to educate and empower the community to take actionable steps to live sustainably.

SomatoEmotional Release Available at Ananda

The licensed and certified professionals at Ananda Acupuncture & Healing Center now offer SomatoEmotional Release, a technique designed to help rid the mind and body of residual effects of past trauma.

Field Trips and Scout Days Being Held at 
Victory Garden Initiative Farm

The field trips, offered Monday through Saturday through October, provide a unique opportunity for children of all ages to learn about growing food, local food systems, pollination, bees, compost and more.

Inspiration Wellness Group Celebrates Two Years

Natalie Benoit and Stacie Tatera, co-owners of Inspiration Wellness Group, will hold a two-year anniversary open house from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., September 30.

Instructors of A Course in Miracles Make Rare Visit to Wisconsin

Lyn Corona and Tim Wise will appear at Light of Grace Healing & Education Center to instruct on the topic One Problem, One Solution starting Sept. 29.

Back to School Special at Settimi Chiropractic and Wellness

Doctor of Chiropractic Jamie Settimi, of Settimi Chiropractic and Wellness Center, is offering back-to-school wellness screenings through September 30 as a benefit to the community.

Reiki for People and Animals

Professional animal communicator specialist Stacy Krafczyk will lead a workshop, Reiki I for Animals & People, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. September 23 at Bark & Scratch Outpost, in Milwaukee.

Lecture on Treating Pain with Prolotherapy

Dr. Neal Pollack, a neurologist, prolotherapist and musculoskeletal specialist, will present a lecture on the benefits of prolotherapy at 5 p.m. on September 21.

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Milk Muddle

Milk Muddle

Organic Milk Producer Under Pressure

Plutonium Problem

Plutonium Problem

Glass or Cement May Encase Nuclear Waste

Experiential Ed

Experiential Ed

Gestalt-Based Curricula Emerging

Bat Banter

Bat Banter

Computers Decipher Animal Language

Free Wheeling

Free Wheeling

Architecture Becomes Portable

Rolling Internet

Rolling Internet

Winnebago Assists Computer Literacy