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organic, healing environment. As a cancer survivor, Bouley is familiar with making changes to attain holistic wellness and seeks to create an environment offering clients multiple avenues to do the same.


Everlastings new location is 2614 Boston Post Road, the Gatehouse West in the Carriage House in Guilford, CT, 203.909.3837. See ad on page 33.


North Haven Welcomes Renew Therapeutic Massage & Bodywork


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aving been a licensed massage therapist in private prac- tice for close to fifteen years, Cheryl Conway is delighted to expand her work through the opening of her new North Haven business, Renew Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork. A massage therapist who offers deep tissue, pre-natal, Ashiatsu and Swedish mas- sage, Conway’s intention is to add several more licensed massage therapists who will offer additional modalities, as well as like-minded holistic practitioners whose practices enable them to work in, and sustain, a quiet, soothing en- vironment. Massage therapists will work for Conway. Other healers will rent space for their particular practice. Interested practitioners are invited to contact Conway for more infor- mation. The aim is to offer an environment in which clients experience a warm, pampering retreat to deep relaxation and healing. Current business hours (by appointment only) are Tuesday from 12 to 7 p.m., Wednesday 10 a.m. to 7 p.m., Friday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., and Saturday 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. Gift certificates are available.


Renew Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork is located at East-West Healing Arts Center Building, 410 State St. (corner of Skiff St.), first floor, in North Haven, CT. Clients wanting appointments and holistic practitioners seeking a serene working environment can contact Conway at 203.248.6897, renewtmb@att.net, Cherylconwaylmt.com. See ad on page 15.


Qi Revolution Returns to CT T


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outed by such health professionals as Dr. Mehmet Oz, the ancient Chinese technique of Qigong is said to be a great way tap into natural energy, enhance health and even help combat the aging process. Qi Revolution, the largest qigong event in Connecticut, has been praised by ex- perts of yoga, qigong and naturopathic medicine. This year’s


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event is scheduled to take place at the Omni New Haven Hotel from Saturday, August 4 through Tuesday, August 7. During this four-day event, detailed high-powered breathing techniques, qigong exercises and food-based healing will be taught by qigong practitioner Jeff Primack and 25 certified qigong instructors. Everyone is invited to join hundreds of people harnessing healing Qi together. Primack, a 15-year qigong practitioner, says he healed himself of lifelong asthma and that, through his workshops, he has helped tens of thou- sands of people discover ways to maximize their own heal- ing potential. During the first two days of the event, Primack and the instructors will teach guests level one qigong heal- ing and breathing applications, moving into more powerful breathing applications on days three and four. Advanced registration is required. Cost is $99 for all four days.


For information, call 800.298.8970, or visit Qigong.com. See ad on page 3.


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truggling to lose weight? Tired of diets? Addicted to sweets? Kelly Gottlick announces the opening of


Empower Women Wellness, a company utilizing the Transi- tion Lifestyle Systems (TLS) weight management program. Empower Women Wellness offers a holistic approach to help clients of any age succeed in times of transition, such as a new job, relationship, home, or school, looking to get in shape after childbirth, or simply desiring direction, moti- vation, and feeling healthier. Instead of repeating patterns (“stuck behavior has stuck consequences”), Gottlick seeks to help clients shift beliefs and actions to inspire lasting change. She works as a personal coach, offering education and assistance with implementing a plan to get fit, trim, and make more healthful exercise and food choices. Tailored to individual’s needs, her approach often involves behav- ior modification, fitness, low-glycemic foods, supplements and isotonix. Gottlick touts the program’s efficiency with its easy access to information and charting progress online. She meets with clients every other week or so, depending on individuals’ needs, and says the program works for any body type as it involves a scientifically related lifestyle change. A personal trainer, wellness/life coach and NLP certified (neuro-linguistic programming), she has been involved in fitness her entire life and helped others achieve their goals in and out of the gym from Massachusetts to London, England and now in Madison. Gottlick says her motivation comes from the desire to help others achieve goals and reach their full potential.


Contact information: 203.228.8888, or visit: empowerwomenwellness.com. See ad on page 42.


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