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ACUPRESSURE 480 Rt. 17A, Florida 651-1170 •


By applying pressure to trigger points on the body, acupressure can help relieve stress, boost the immune system and heal emo- tional issues.

POSITIVE ALTERNATIVES Bringing Balance to Your Life 548-0609 •

Lori Bisceglie, a Physical Thera- pist, Certified Reiki Master/ Teacher and

Certified IGM®

Therapeutic Acupressure Practi- tioner, provides non-invasive al- ternative treatments for self heal- ing that promote relaxation and pain-free efficient function. See ad, page 7.


ACUPUNCTURE OF ROCKLAND 345 N. Main St., Bldg. 1, Ste. 8, New City 675-7826 •

Susan I. Brennan, M.S., L.Ac., a graduate of the Pacific College of Oriental Medicine, is trained in acupuncture and Chinese Medi- cine. She can help you with mus- culoskeletal disorders, stress management, allergies, mi- graines, infertility and more. Re-

store balance to your body. ANIMAL WELLNESS

TWO BEAR HERBS & HOLISTIC HEALTH Animal Wellness Services Nyack, NY 845-512-8389 •

Susan J. Squittieri works with all animals offering Animal Communication, Animal Reiki, and Herbs & Nutrition to help promote their own healing. Classes. Phone consults. House calls.



Through art therapy, I help clients discover new channels of under- standing, communication and healing. Using materials like clay and paint, we can explore inner ex- periences in a safe environment.


KAREN SHAW 914-522-1297 •

Relief from ear aches, headaches, allergies and vertigo. Detoxify your sinuses, lymphatic system. Add with Reiki healing to en- hance your overall well-being. In your own home.


BRIGHT MOVES, LLC 1 South Broadway, Suite C, Nyack 348-1870 •

Children with learning issues and adults needing support find Bright Moves’ holistic approach the key to lasting change. Rebecca Holt, M.A., H.H.C., tutors children and provides individual support for adults through certified teaching, movement and nutritional tech- niques. See ad, page 6.

FAMILY VISION & LEARNING CENTER Michal Luchins, O.D. 12 North Airmont Rd., Suite 5, Suffern 369-3235 •

Dr. Luchins specializes in develop- mental op-

tometry and vision therapy. Her post-graduate work includes special education, processing and cognitive enhancement, cognitive psychology, ADHD, TBI, autism and auditory processing. Cus- tomized treatment programs for each patient to reach his/her potential. See ad, page 27.


STUDIO 208: MOVEMENT FOR EVERYBODY! 208 Hudson St., Cornwall-on-Hudson 534-1208 •

A “barefoot” movement studio offer- ing classes in Nia, yoga,

core conditioning, Tai chi, meditation and more. Drop in for a free introductory class. See ad, page 22.


THE BEST OF LITTLE ITALY DELI 785 Shop Rite Plaza, 17M, Monroe 782-5934

Entire line of gluten-free options including ravioli, pasta, prepared dinners, pizza crusts and desserts. Spend $40 on gluten-free foods and receive ½ lb gluten-free tur- key breast. Now offering gluten- free catering.

THE LITTLE BAKE SHOP 491 Kings Highway, Valley Cottage 268-5511

In addition to traditional baked goods, The Little Bake Shop also offers gluten-free cakes, brown- ies, cookies, fruit tarts, sandwich loafs, and rolls. Available at Suf- fern, Valley Cottage and Haver- straw farmers’ markets. See ad, page 36.


VAN TASSEL CLEANERS 170 S. Main St., New City 638-8014 •

The only non-toxic GreenEarth® cleaning process in Rockland County. Your garments will be cleaner, softer, non-allergenic and best of all, the environment won’t be damaged. More environmen- tally friendly than organic.


DHARMA ENERGY HOLISTICS Darleen Haupt Holistic Bodywork Practitioner 914-907-7911 •

Specializing in energy body- work; Polarity Therapy, cranio- sacral, Reiki, and NYS licensed therapeutic massage. Darleen is dedicated to

providing whole

person healing and continued wellness.

44 Rockland & Orange Counties

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