The Mindful Healthy Life of Metro DC eBook Guide to Holistic Family Living is now available for download! Take our survey and let us know what you like best about the eBook and how we can make it better, and enter to win our prize! Read More
Even though we’ve had a mild winter, the low temperatures this past weekend reminded us that it’s not time to get busy in our gardens just yet. However, there are lots of ways you can grow and regrow vegetables and herbs indoors at any time of the year. All you need is sunshine and water and a starter plant – something you might have thought was just trash or fodder for the compost! Read More
Real Food for Kids is holding its 2017 Culinary Challenge and Wellness Expo on Saturday, March 11 at Lake Braddock Secondary School. Participants will get to sample food from competing teams, enjoy a healthy lunch, hear a keynote by Fairfax County Public Schools Food & Nutrition Services Director Rodney Ford and participate in two workshop sessions. Read on to learn more and find out how to win one of four free tickets! Read More
How healthy is your workplace or school environment? Could poor lighting be causing you health problems? Read More
The ALF Educational Institute, a project of McLean’s Bronson Family Dentistry, is holding its first annual Interdisciplinary Health & Wellness Conference in Arlington March 24 and 25 to address many facets of dental health as they relate to whole body health. The subtitle of the event is “A focus on whole health – a new perspective on nutrition, breathing, dentistry, orthodontics and myofunctional therapy.” Read More
Indoor air quality is always important, but we need to pay close attention in the winter when we tend to leave our windows closed. Many items in our home contain toxins, and while it can take time to overhaul your home with an eye to health, there are lots of easy steps you can take that don’t require lots of time or money. Read More
Elaine Gibson of Renewed Living Inc. is passionate about helping people find their way to balance and harmony, key elements for creating extraordinary health, extraordinary business and an extraordinary life. Having recovered from a Stage IV cancer diagnosis without traditional treatment, Elaine now works as a health coach and is putting on a series of Radical Rejuvenation workshops to be held seasonally throughout 2017. The first takes place February 2 with the theme “Intention is Everything.”
Many natural-minded parents are drawn to Waldorf education for its emphasis on play, daily rhythms and connections to the natural world. Potomac Crescent Waldorf School, the only Waldorf school in Northern Virginia, offers programs for infants, toddlers, preschoolers and children through fifth grade.