Alphabioticist David Bransky is slated to speak as part of Co-Opportunity Natural Foods’ “Food for Thought” speaker series on Monday, March 26 at 7 pm at the Santa Monica Synagogue, 1448 18th Street.
LiveYoga Wellness will hold a four-week GroovyKids Yoga™ series from March 7 through March 28. The series, which is open to children from 3 to 11 years of age, will be held from 3:45 to 4:30 p.m. on four consecutive Wednesday afternoons. The cost is $35 for the series or $10 for walk-ins each week.
The Tadasana Festival of Yoga and Music, to be held on the Santa Monica beachfront over Earth Day Weekend, April 20-22, is a groundbreaking global gathering of the nation’s top yoga instructors alongside a host of incredible musical talent—all in an effort to spotlight the significant role music plays in yoga. The goal is to bring the community together and spread the teachings of yoga in an accessible, digestible, fun and uplifting way.
Break The Norms (BTN) will be actively conducting talks and meditation events in Los Angeles and surrounding cities starting March 2012. BTN also offers workshops and a variety of personal development programs aiming to uplift your soul and transform your overall well-being.
One key to staying lean and avoiding extra weight begins with proper meal planning. Planning ahead whether you are going to work, eating out, or anticipate a stressful day will help you stay on track. Below are situations that can be overcome by proper planning:
Until recently, Frank Ferrante never imagined that his life of drugs, disease and excess would become a story of transformation. Now 60 years old, this Brooklyn native of Sicilian descent never dreamed that a few years ago, at age 54 and weighing nearly 300 pounds, he would agree to a 42-day journey of transformation that included following a vegan diet (which he knew nothing about), receiving colon cleansing, and looking in the mirror to affirm his “radiant beauty.” But what audiences learn after watching May I Be Frank, the recent documentary about his life, is that transformation can happen to anyone at any time, and that anything is possible.
The term gnosis is the Greek word for knowledge, but not just intellectual knowledge; it refers to knowledge that comes from personal experience that elevates the human spirit to a divine level. This ancient spiritual tradition represents the basis of most major religious and spiritual movements, including Christianity, Buddhism, Islam, Hinduism and Judaism.
Lynn Andrews, The New York Times bestselling author of the Medicine Woman book series, has announced the launch of a new Sacred Arts training program at Lynn Andrews Center for Sacred Arts and Training (LACSAT). Founded in 1996, LACSAT offers a Bachelors of Science degree in Natural Health Sciences with a concentration in Sacred Arts Training in conjunction with the University of Natural Medicine, located in Sante Fe, New Mexico.