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Healing Provisions Holistic Clinic Welcomes Dr. Carmen Arroyo-Otero


ealing Provisions, a holistic medical clinic founded by Barry Smeltzer, PA-C, recently announced the

addition of Dr. Carmen Arroyo-Otero to the practice. Dr. Arroyo-Otero is a board-certified pediatrician who brings extensive experience in pediatrics and integrative medicine to the Stone Oak practice. For the past 10 years Dr. Arroyo-Otero has focused on

children on the autism spectrum and patients with environmental illnesses. This focus resulted from Dr. Arroyo-Otero’s own battle with environmental illness and chemical sensitivities. After years seeking treatment with conventional medicines, it was integrative therapies that improved her health and the health of several family members. Dr. Arroyo-Otero is fluent in Spanish.

For more information about Healing Provisions, visit or call 830-446-2314.

Study to Become a Yoga Instructor 200-Hour Yoga Training Course Begins on May 2 at Yoga Shala


he popularity of yoga continues to grow across the U.S. and the greater San Antonio area. If you’ve ever dreamed of studying

and teaching yoga, Yoga Shala offers a wonderful opportunity during the upcoming Ashtanga Yoga Teacher Training Intensive, a 200-hour certification program led by Ana Hollis and guest faculty. The intensive program begins May 2 and continues through Nov. 15. The program meets the National Educational

Standards of Yoga Alliance at the 200-hour level and includes studies in Techniques Training/Practice, Teaching Methodology, Yoga Philosophy, Anatomy and Physiology, Study/Reading assignments and Practicum. Guest faculty will include Lisa Long and Dr. Heith Root. Training will take place Fridays from 5-8 p.m. and Saturdays from 9 a.m. – 2

p.m. at Yoga Shala, 18585 Sigma Road in the Stone Oak area. Participants are encouraged to enroll by April 25.

For more information, visit or call 210-496-9900.

Quarry Farmers & Ranchers Market Welcomes New Vendors


he expansion of farmers markets throughout the area has only enhanced the offerings at the tried- and-true Quarry Farmers & Ranchers Market, which takes place every Sunday from 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. in the Quarry Market parking lot near Whole Foods. The market recently added four new vendors, all of which add to the wide variety and international flavors available at the Quarry market. The four new additions include

Peaceful Pork, the latest venture of Loncito Cartwright, a well-known rancher who is now focusing on heritage pigs that are pastured and fed non-GMO barley-based feed. The second is La Mancha Specialties, which specializes in three different kinds of authentic Spanish chorizo, both fresh and dried. The third new arrival is Mother

Culture, the brainchild of Michelle Garrido, founder of a local food club and the Weston A. Price Foundation chapter leader. Garrido uses raw milk from Miller Dairy Farm to make Michelle’s Greek Yogurt, made with local honey. She also makes coconut yogurt with unsweetened, organic coconut. Finally, Oh Kimchi Austin recently added its authentic Korean kimchi to the market fare. Already popular with San Antonio market patrons, you must arrive within an hour of closing time to take home a jar of kimchi as Oh Kimchi sells out each week.

For more information about the Quarry Farmers & Ranchers Market, including more about all market vendors, visit www. March 2014 7

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