July-August 2018

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Food Inflammation Testing Reveals Hidden Triggers

The patented Food Inflammation Test (FIT) can reveal which foods are causing inflammation and disease, and help develop a personalized nutritional guide to improve a patient’s state of health and energy levels.

CBD Has Health Benefits

Humans have been using cannabis to treat conditions including common autoimmune disorders, seizures and spasms, stress, depression and anxiety, chronic pain, neuropathy, nausea and skin conditions for thousands of years.

Kudos ~ Robert Pica

Reconstructive foot and ankle surgeon and wound care specialist Robert Pica, DPM has joined The Foot & Ankle Center/Foot & Ankle Specialists of the Mid-Atlantic.

Kudos ~ Nellie Blair

Well Into Life Massage & Bodywork has added Nellie Blair to their skilled team of therapists. Blair is an intuitive massage therapist with a passion for wellness and self-care.

Kudos ~ IYCoR

Five new Integral Yoga teachers graduated on May 19 to serve the Richmond community.

Kudos ~ Zoe Therapy Services

Sydney Kiker, PMHNP, and Becky Jacobson, MA, ATR, LMT, have joined the practice of Zoe Therapy Services.

Kudos ~ Portia Chan

Portia Chan has written an article, “Becoming a Mother: Overcoming Postpartum Depression,” published online in April Magazine.

An Inspired New Anthology

After nearly 20 years of newsletters, blogs and poetry, Lydia Nitya, owner of Nitya Living Yoga, has written an inspiring new book.

James River Myofascial Release Finds New Home

James River Myofascial Release, a John F. Barnes Myofascial Release practice owned by Rob Crampton, LMT, now operates inside the Acupuncture and Health Center.

Origin Mother Circle Serves Women of Color

Embrace Midwifery Care & Birth Center and Wellnest Counseling and Services, LLC, have partnered to offer Origin Mothering Circle.

Animals Are Important

Sponsored by Vegan Action, the Compassionate Action Conference will be held on July 7 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Orchard House School.

A Bright Spot on the RVA Coffee Scene

Eli Thompson, an Outer Banks local turned Richmonder, created Bright Spot Coffee upon discovering a need for more love and equality in the coffee industry and the world as a whole.