Healing the Eye the Natural Way O
n August 29, Edward Kondrot M.D. will be presenting his international
seminar “Healing the Eye the Natural Way” in the Cock ‘n Bull Restaurant of Peddler’sVillage, Lahaska from 4 to 6 p.m. This in- formative free seminar will address the “10 Essentials to Save Your Vision” and will include topics such as Microcurrent Stimulation, Vision and Color Therapy, Homeopathic Remedies and diet, nutrition and supplements. Dr. Kondrot, a Homeo- pathic Ophthalmologist, devotes his practice to both traditional and alternative therapies in the treatment of eye disease for a truly integrative ap- proach. His extensive research takes him around the world and places him in a unique position to share this knowledge. He offers his educational seminar and other unique vision improvement services
in numerous cities around the globe. His two best-selling books, Healing the Eye the Natural Way and Microcurrent Stimulation: Miracle Eye Cure, are solid introductions into his phi- losophy and practice. Kondrot graduated from the Hahnemann Medical College in Philadelphia, completed his ophthalmol- ogy training at St. Francis Hospital in Pittsburgh and the Scheie Eye Institute in Philadelphia. He received his diploma from the Hah- nemann Homeopathic College and has received
certification by the Council of Homeo- pathic Certification and the American Board of Homeopathy.
Cost: free. For reservations (required), call 800-430-9328. For more info or to receive Dr. Kondrot’s e-newsletter see HealingtheEye.com
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Every month Shine offers such an
Healthy Back to School Support at Optimal Health Center for Mother and Child
ptimal Health Center of Yardley specializes in pediatric care as well
as pregnancy care support for mothers-to- be. Dr. Kathleen Petrucci, trained in prenatal chi- ropractic, holds a certification in Webster Tech- nique, which is a chiropractic technique “that has helped to naturally correct a breech posi- tion” according to Petrucci. She proudly reports that her massage staff is certified in pregnancy massage as well other forms of massage therapy. For the month of August, Petrucci is
offering free health screenings for school aged children up to 18 years of age. Dr.
Petrucci requests that parents bring in their child’s back pack to be checked for correct carrying weight in an effort to support back pack safety awareness before the school year starts. During this health screening visit, learn about healthful lunch- time snacks to help one’s child maintain a healthy weight
and immune support supplements for a healthy illness-free school year.
Location: Optimal Health Center, 301 Ox- ford Valley Road, Ste. 1405, Yardley. For info, call 215-493-4463 or email Staff@ MyOHCenter.com
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event so students get to experience a different aspect of yoga. Future events include Kundalini Yoga, Alignment In- tensive, Kirtanworkshops and Restorative classes. Shine Yoga Center regularly offers
a weekly community class on Sunday mornings at 8 a.m. as well as a variety of yoga practices, workshops, a yoga book club, and participates in helping the com- munity. “The people that come to Shine are
all so happy, and there is a great sense of community and love,” said D’Angelo.
Cost: $35 per couple. Location: 601 West Market Street. For more information or to register call 267-221-0980 or visit ShineYogaPerkasie.com
Children have never been very good at listening to their elders, but they have never failed to imitate them. ~ James Baldwin
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Partner Up at Shine Yoga Center
Partner Yoga Class will be offered at Shine Yoga Center located in Per-
kasie, on Thursday, August 12 from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Students are welcome to bring a spouse, friend or neighbor-anyone willing to have fun and share connection. “We had such an overwhelmingly
positive response from the partner’s class in February and every person left the studio with a huge smile on their face,” said Jessica D’Angelo, owner of Shine Yoga who has been teaching yoga for 10 years. The partner class is led by veteran instructors, Colleen Clemens and Alice Zander, both teachers at Shine.
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