7-Week Program at Integrative Therapies Starting March 26th

deal with stress in the short term, prolonged or repeated arousal of the stress response—an unfortunate consequence of modern life—can have detrimental physical and psychological consequences. Mindfulness Meditation can help not only re- duce stress, but help us become aware of when we are lost in the kind of thinking that can negatively affect our health and happiness. It is an active practice that can help us become aware of those stress ‘triggers’ and, in turn, help us change our habitual responses to stress. With increased awareness, we can choose which thoughts, emotions and sensations we want to focus and foster, and which ones we want to let go. Join Mindfulness Meditation Facilitator, Lina Landess,


Trauma Release Practitioner and author, for 7 weeks to experi- ence this incredible journey! These sessions are an hour on Thursday evenings starting March 26th thru May 7th @ 6:30pm. Together you will explore how Mindfulness Meditation can help you to experience a portable, life-affirming practice for your health and happiness.

You may register at the Front Desk or by phone at 336-294-0910. Earlybird Special of $105 for the full course will be available thru Monday, March 16th only. Drop-in rate will be $18/session for a total of $126 for full course. Integrative Therapies is lo- cated at 7E Oak Branch Drive in Greensboro. Website www. See ad on page 7.

e all have a sense of how stress manifests in our life and what we would like to change. While the body is built to

Are You Stressed Out?.... Discover Mindfulness

Acute inflammation – heat, swelling, pain, loss of function - is part of that healing response. However, when your body is subject to chronic inflammation, over many months to years, you become a host to a variety of health problems. Some of these include rheumatoid arthritis, diabetes, chronic sinusitis, atherosclerosis, IBS, Alzheimer’s disease, colitis, Crohn’s dis- ease, cancer and chronic peptic ulcers. The origin of chronic inflammation is believed to be the


digestive system. Therefore, nutrition becomes a major influ- ence when it comes to curbing it, both in terms of prevention and treatment. A wide variety of painful conditions can be af- fected positively by introducing or increasing consumption of certain foods into your diet. Join Joyce Eury, RD, LDN for a discussion on chronic inflam-

matory conditions and nutritional strategies for addressing them. Learn about the role of the inflammatory process in disease development, and the solutions of how food can con- tribute to or inhibit it. Joyce is a licensed nutritionist, and certi- fied as a Life Style Eating and Performance (LEAP) therapist, specializing in food sensitivities/intolerances.

This class will be held on Wednesday, March 18 at 6:00pm. Please register by Friday, March 13 by calling 336-294-0910 or in person at our Front Desk. Class $15 fee is due upon registra- tion. Integrative Therapies is located at 7E Oak Branch Dr., Greensboro. Visit See ad page 7.

The Center for Integrative Medicine

at Wake Forest Baptist Health is offering a series of courses in

Courses are open to healthcare professionals, the community and all people committed to studying the Art of Healing.

The Art of Healing & Touch Beyond the basics of science, is the mystery of healing, which takes place in the presence of an authentically kind and caring human being.

Come be a part of bringing the ancient ways of healing forward into today’s modern world of medicine

For course dates, fees and to register, please visit:


‘Anti-Inflammatory Foods’ Presentation at Integrative Therapies Wednesday, March 18

hen you suffer an injury or have an infection, the body’s immune system goes into action to combat the condition.

March 2020


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