Posts Tagged ‘Naturopath’

Calli tea can be recycled & helpful to plants and pets!

I LOVE drinking Calli tea. It makes me feel so good during the day as it cleanses and detoxifies my body.
Each morning a make a warm thermos of 32 ounces of regular Calli tea from just one tea bag a day and drink it at my office as I work.

Wow, does it help me with detailed work. It keeps me focused and energized, too.
With the five plants in each tea bag I also wondered how it could help my dog, Carley.
She has constant fatique from Addison’s Disease, so I figured I see if she could enjoy my Calli tea grinds.
I took the used grinds each morning from my used tea bag and I now mix it into her dry dog kibble and any wet food I may add to her kibble.

Carley loves the Calli, and actually licks her bowl each morning. I’ve learned from Naturopathic Doctors that because Calli has herbs in it, if she has pests in her stomach they will move away and leave the body. And it will give her energy, which I am pleased to report that Carley is much more active today!

I also discovered that since giving Carley the Calli tea grinds she is hardly shedding at all. Go figure and hallelujah! It’s spring here in Phoenix and time when she sheds like crazy but not this year. The hair comes away on the brush and not all over the place like before. Thank you, Calli tea and Dr. Chen.

Oh yes, one more thing.. I give the grinds to my plants, too. No longer do I buy chemical fertilizers. I have Calli now and it makes my plants, indoors and outdoors, greener. Amazingly, my cane plant bloomed from this tea.
This all makes me wonder how I am blooming inside from drinking this tea. I certainly feel better and so do the things, pets and people I love.

Enjoy with healthy regards,

Christine MarekWellness Consultant
getwholefoodnutrition@gmail.com/ 480.491.9551.. on call for YOU!

Feb. Speaker Bio- Dr. Harlan Sparer a Non-Force Chiropractic and more!

Dr. Harlan Sparer practices D.N.F.T.®, or Directional Non Force Technique® Chiropractic.  This technique originated around 1920 by Dr. Richard Van Rumpt.  Dr. Sparer studied with Dr. Van Rumpt from 1978 until he passed on in 1987.  He continues to study D.N.F.T. through continuing education with his successor, Dr. Chris John.  He has taken 64 seminars, logging about 1800 hours of continuing education in D.N.F.T.® outside of his 5 year Chiropractic Doctorate.

 Dr. Harlan Sparer is a Wholistic Chiropractor.  He is in practice for 30 years, exclusively practicing the Directional Non Force Technique®, a 75 year old method he learned from its founder and developer, Dr. Richard Van Rumpt.  He believes in treating a patient for a minimum number of visits with the goal of quick results.  The method involves a precise analysis and correction of subluxations causing nerve interference whether the bones are out of alignment from front to back (posterior), side (lateral), or back to front (anterior).  He works on ligaments, muscles, bones, and discs.  There is no charge for a personal consultation and he practices on Sundays and evenings.  All work is done in privacy with Dr. Sparer working one on one with each patient.

Dr. Sparer has also studied and taught Crystal Healing, Sound Healing, Color Healing, Bach Flower Essences, Kabbalah, Color Healing, Dowsing, Metaphysics, Bindegewebs Massage, Childbirth education, Anatomy and Physiology, and Jewish Studies.

For further information about Dr. Sparer, including his poetry, prose, plays, links, and personal information, please visit his personal website.,

www.harlansparer.com

Heart Wise Experts speak at Ahwatukee Library Feb. 13th

**Health Event News ALERT**

Healthy & Wellness Class returns February 13th, 2010 from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Ahwatukee Ironwood Library.

Every month a “Health & Wellness” education class hosts two local experts who explain how various beneficial choices can make a positive difference in our lives. Topics range from mental clarity, weight loss, pain release, dental care, gardening, exercise, etc…

This month, being February the “heart month” the 90-minute class will include two health care speakers who will cover and demonstrate alternative medical choices.  

Dr. Harlan Sparer,  is a Holistic Chiropractor.  He has been in practice for 30 years, exclusively practicing the Directional Non Force Technique®, a 75 year old method he learned from its founder and developer, Dr. Richard Van Rumpt.  Dr. Sparer has also studied and teaches Crystal Healing, Sound Healing, Color Healing, Bach Flower Essences, Kabbalah, Color Healing, Dowsing, Metaphysics, Bindegewebs Massage, Childbirth education, Anatomy and Physiology.

(go to the speaker information for more about these amazing speakers)

Dr. Betsy Yurgel, RN, NMD from the Phoenix Holistic Center will discuss heart health issues with a Naturopathic medicinal approach. Dr. Yurgel explains and demonstrates how her holistic mind, body and spirit approach to health care assists others in achieving and maintaining a healthy heart and more!

Every month the class also explores a group discussion relating to whole food nutrition.   

The class is from 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Saturday, February 13th in the Ironwood Library located at 4333 E. Chandler Boulevard, Phoenix, 85048.  

 There is no cost.  A RSVP is appreciated due to limited seating.

Call Christine at 480-491-9551 or send an email to Christine@ChristineMarek.com

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Whole Foods Nutrition January Events- Ahwatukee

**Whole Food Nutrition Event News ALERT**

Health & Wellness Class returns January 9th, 2009 from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Ahwatukee Ironwood Library.

Every month a “Health & Wellness” education class hosts two local experts who explain how various beneficial choices can make a positive difference in our lives. Topics range from mental clarity, weight loss, pain release, dental care, gardening, exercise, etc…

This month the 90-minute class will include two health care speakers who will cover New Year’s Health goals.  

Dr. Sam Sterk, PH.D,  is a trained Psychoanalyst and Hypnotherapist and the director of Peak Performance Plus, LLC, a Counseling, Hypnosis and Sports Psychology practice. Dr. Sterk will explain how counseling and hypnosis can help so many people achieve positive goals for 2010. Dr. Sterk teaches Medical Hypnosis at Midwestern University and is also a Certified Sport Psychology Consultant that has been affiliated with the U.S. Olympic Center.   

Dr. Betsy Yurgel, RN, NMD from the Phoenix Holistic will discuss how Naturopathic medicine can assist in improving health goals for 2010. With the New Year so many of us have new inspirations and goals, Dr Yurgel will discuss how the Naturopathic philosophy can help us obtain and maintain those goals.

Every month the class also explores a group discussion relating to whole food nutrition.   

The class is from 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Saturday, January 9th in the Ironwood Library located at 4333 E. Chandler Boulevard, Phoenix, 85048.

 There is no cost.  A RSVP is appreciated due to limited seating.

Call Christine at 480-491-9551 or send an email to Christine@ChristineMarek.com.