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Tapping into Health: Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT) for Anxiety and Food Cravings

January 31st, 2018

By Larry Burk, MD, CEHP Do you have anxiety issues that cause you to crave comfort food? Despite exercise and proper diet is it hard for you to lose those extra pounds? EFT is a mind-body-spirit self-care approach which involves tapping on acupuncture points while repeating emotionally-charged statements that relate to specific health issues, often referred to as acupressure for ...

How to Do Social Media Even if You Don’t Have Time to Play Around on the Internet All Day

January 24th, 2018

By Sonja Likness Foust Some of us are lucky to have jobs where we get paid to be on the Internet, tweeting, or watching YouTube videos the whole day. I am one such person, but I recognize the vast majority of people are not. If you’re looking for ways to optimize and reduce your time spent on social ...

An Integrative Approach to Pre-Conception and Fertility

January 17th, 2018

By Elizabeth Bechard, BA, RYT Trying to conceive can be one of the most exciting times in a woman’s life. Many women embrace the preconception process as a time to focus on their health and well-being in a new way: welcoming nourishing foods that will support their bodies (and their growing little ones) during pregnancy; cutting back ...

5 Revelations of an Integrative Health Coach – What my clients have taught me

January 10th, 2018

By Kim Brame McGimsey, NBC-HWC In the beginning, I thought that health coaching was all about the client. My integrative health coach training experiences at Duke IM in the Foundation Course (2009) and the Certification Course (2010) were phenomenal and truly transformed my life. I not only learned and practiced the coaching skills, the coaching process, and how to effectively partner ...

Happy New Year! How this Health Coach Set Her Intentions for 2018

January 3rd, 2018

By Kim Brame McGimsey, NBC-HWC Going into the past few “new” years, instead of setting “resolutions,” which, to some, is a dirty word, I’ve adopted the tradition of choosing a word or series of words to guide my intentions. For 2018, it’s “CREATE.” As I was pondering what that might look like for me, I remembered a recent training, offered by ...

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