After more than 4,300 signs painted and given away, Gini Bonnell feels that she has found her calling.
Athletes may refer to it as “being in the zone”. A writer may call it “flow”. In any professional or personal situation, this state of connecting passion to action will inspire a sense of peace and focus.
Kathryne Paine, Ph.D., the owner of Richmond Radiant Health, LLC, in Midlothian, offers parents a unique autism recovery program with amazing results.
Richmonders have an opportunity to hear from Kristin Kimball, author of The Dirty Life: A Memoir of Farming, Food and Love as the Chrysalis Institute Spring keynote speaker from 7 to 9 p.m., May 20.
Celebrate Earth Day locally and globally with two local festivals in the Richmond area.
Satchidananda Ashram–Yogaville will be celebrating 50 years of Integral Yoga this summer by hosting a series of programs and events from July 15 through 17, followed by a week of special conferences.
Natural Awakenings interviewed Dr. Norman Shealy, a neurosurgeon and world-renowned expert on management of chronic pain and depression, to get a better understanding of the connection these maladies.
As a methodical process for relaxing, tuning into the present moment and quieting the brain, mindfulness can help students deal with issues by using reason and not just emotion, which assists in dealing with the stress and anxiety of the teen years.
The Recovering from Everyday Addictive Lifestyle program at the Richmond City Jail is intended to reduce recidivism (repeat offenses) by ensuring that individuals are prepared for reentry into society. Ellie Burke is a volunteer.
Natural Awakenings invites you to learn more about these teachers and centers committed to the well-being of our community.