Weight Loss for Life – Transformations 360

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Finally…a weight loss system that guarantees weight loss with no rebound effect!!           Transformations 360 is a nutritional program recently brought to the United States from Australia.  It is designed to address underlying health issues that can prevent people from losing weight, feeling great, and being optimally healthy!           Here is how it works. We would first establish your WICO Score which, like FICO for credit, determines your wellness status by evaluating 15 functional health conditions based on your symptoms. … Read More


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We offer Pilates apparatus and matwork instruction to individuals, duets, and small groups (3 or more).  Our certified Pilates instructors can design a program to meet your specific fitness needs.  Originally called Contrology (mind controls the muscles), what we now call The Pilates Method of Body Conditioning was developed by Joseph Pilates nearly a century ago and incorporates specially designed apparatus and matwork for a full-body workout.  This method focuses on the core postural muscles that help keep the body … Read More

The Wonders of Coconut Oil

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            After decades of being wrongfully accused of contributing to heart disease, coconut oil is finally having its reputation cleared. Along with its tropical-oil cousins palm oil and palm kernel oil, coconut oil had long been thought to be contributing to clogged arteries because of its saturated fat content. But as it turns out the case against it was based on tainted evidence.  The truth is that coconut oil actually promotes many aspects of good health, not the least of … Read More

Depression – An Integrative Perspective

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Not long ago, depression was considered to be strictly a psychological problem that was either self-treated or, in extreme cases, treated with psychiatric therapy. Today, the medical world recognizes  depression as a very common and  very serious clinical condition. In fact, over 20 million Americans suffer from it and this number has tripled over the past ten years. These days, it is not uncommon for teenagers and even younger children to be diagnosed with clinical depression. Furthermore, depression has been linked to high blood pressure, stroke, heart disease, diabetes, obesity, and even cancer. The fact that depression is now characterized as an epidemic and that many people feel bad on a daily basis is, well, depressing.