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Amy Prais Goes for RYT 500

Yoga instructor Amy Prais has begun working to complete her next level of yoga training. Amy is currently registered as an RYT 200. An RYT 500 means she will complete an additional 300 hours of teacher training and have been …
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Direct Access Bill Passes House

Great news! The Direct Access bill passed the House of the Illinois General Assembly unanimously!  This is a promising development. HB 4643 as amended will now move to the Senate without opposition. Next week: we will be asking for you to contact …
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Why Body after Baby?©

We treat many women who present a variety of conditions from pre- and postpartum to several years after giving birth. Safely gaining and building core strength is a common part of their treatment. Even if they don’t suffer from incontinence, …
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Celebrating Local Health Awareness Week

September 11-17, 2017 From the uncertainty caused by political schisms that seem to sabotage any sensible progress to the almost monolithic advance of “Big Data” in medical and commercial fields, we’d be forgiven thinking the very term health care, itself, …
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Awareness through Movement: The Feldenkrais Method

Thursday, July 14 | 6:00-7:30 PM  I have been teaching my patients what I know about the Feldenkrais Method for many years. Feldenkrais teaches you how to observe the movement and the tensions in your own body and become intimately aware of–and connected …
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Jamie Justice Attends Pelvic Pain Course

Jamie Justice, PT, WCS recently attended a continuing education class in November at The Woman’s Hospital of Texas in Houston.  The class, titled Finding the Driver in Pelvic Pain, was an advanced level class to help physical therapists sharpen diagnostic …
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A Sound Healing Journey

Friday, December 4–6:30-8:00 PM Employing an eclectic variety of musical instruments, instructor Sven Hansen creates meditative aural soundscapes specifically tailored restore harmony between body and mind. Sounds are targeted to resonate with each specific chakra. Each Sound Healing workshop is …
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Eating for the Right Reasons: A Chat with Dr. Mathen

Back in February, Shaun Mathen, DO, joined us for a panel discussion on a topic that is a mission and a passion for all of us: integrative medicine. During this discussion (which also included Lynn Batalden, DPT, acupuncturist/herbalist Pat Faivre, …
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Summer Restorative Yoga Workshop

Friday, June 19 | 6:00-8:00 PM Rest. Rejuvenate. Restore. Celebrate the official arrival of summer with this special seasonal workshop! You do no work: simply sit and lie supported by cushions and blankets in our peaceful classroom. Various positions gently …
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What is Your Dosha? Ayurveda & Yoga workshop

What is Ayurveda and this thing called a “dosha?” How will it help me live more fully? Simply put, Ayurveda is an ancient system of medicine native to the Indian subcontinent still practiced all around the world. Your “dosha” is …
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