Holistic Health Blog

  • Food for Thought- Crazy for Cauliflower- First in a series This is first in the series “Food for Thought” Be crazy about cauliflower! Cauliflower has numerous health benefits! Cauliflower is a member of the cruciferous family just like broccoli. The super veggie contains an impressive variety of vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and phytonutrients. Phytonutrients are compounds that plants produce for their protection. Plant phytonutrients also have […]
  • Poems Created after Discussing Yin and Yang This is one of the series of poems created by our graduate students in Holistic Health Studies program after discussing the concept of Yin and Yang, one of the central theories in Traditional Chinese Medicine.  Hope you enjoy it! Sachiko Wisdom of the Ageless By Vicki Flores Sedona sandstone Monuments, Mirroring wisdom of the Ageless, […]
  • It is time for Brain Gym! Hello everyone, Children in NJ are not playing outside enough. Typical elementary school students stay in the building all day except for 20 min. recess outside. When I visited my daughter (then 7YO) at her school, I was very impressed that her teacher was incorporating brain gym activities in between lessons. Brain gym is not […]
  • Demystifying Reiki Through Research Studies Hello everyone, you may have heard about Reiki at your local welllness center, hospital or doctor’s office.  What is it?  Eve Sicurella, experienced body worker interviewed Anne Vitale, Ph.D., APN, AHN-BC, Assistant Professor, Drexel University Nursing Program about Reiki research as below. Reiki has been known to arouse controversy in some circles and gratitude in […]
  • The Silent Hazards of Electro-Magnetic Pollution Hello Everyone! The following article is from the Energy Medicine class in the Master’s of Holistic Health Studies program. The article contains important information about steps you can make to improve your health every day, even against circumstances you cannot control. Be Well! Tracey The Silent Hazards of Electro-Magnetic Pollution: Become aware of what we […]
  • Thursday Think Thin! Think Thin Come out to listen to Dr. Robyn Koslowitz speak about a scientific approach from a psychological perspective to weight loss. Thursday, April 26 12:30 PM to 1:30 PM The event is free and will be in A&S 165 Sponsored by the Exercise Science Program
  • Spring Into Health at Monmouth University! Hello Everyone! Monmouth University is hosting a health fair April 26 from 11AM to 2PM in the Rebecca Stafford Student Life Center. The have great vendors, prizes, and activites going on so anyone interested in health should check it out. They will also be advertising our Wellness Expo which we really appreciate! SPRING into HEALTH […]
  • Wellness Events on GCU Campus for the Week of April 23 Hello Everyone! The GCU WELLNESS EXPO is coming together so beautifully and I cannot wait for everyone to partake in this amazing event. Free admission, free yoga classes, free presentations, and amazing give aways! It will definitely be a day to remember!!! MARK YOUR CALENDARS! May 12! 11 AM to 5:30 PM In the casino […]
  • Fitness for a Focused Mind Fitness for a Focused Mind Thursday, April 19th 12:30PM to 1:30PM A&S 165 Free Come out to listen to Dr. Elizabeth Harper discuss the psychological benefits of exercise and how to use exercise to help you get through the anxious time of finals.
  • Holistic Stress Management at 7pm Tonight!!! Holistic Stress Management   Monday, April 16 7:00 PM FREE Little Theater   Stress is the emotional and physical strain caused by our response to pressure from the outside world.  Common stress reactions include headache, backache, and a fast heartbeat.  It is almost impossible to live without some stress and of course, most of wouldn’t […]

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