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posted 3 hours ago

Are you prone to headaches? Are you interested in a natural remedy for stress? Here's what the folks at WishGarden have to say about these herbal tinctures! Tension Headache: Stress ratchets up muscle tension, pulling on shoulders, neck and head. Our formula uses a powerful combination of herbs to support the head and body so they can come back into balance. This formula soothes and calms without side effects. Deep Stress: Stress can lead to tension and body discomforts and over time can decrease vitality and suppress immune function. WishGarden Herbs' Deep Stress herbal blend offers nourishing nerviness to buffer and lessen the effects of stress in the moment and over time. A powerful combination of 10 soothing herbs help to take the body out of high gear and support normalized mood and energy. Receptionist Jesi says, "I like to mix my drops into a hot cup of tea! The Get Relaxed by Republic of Tea is my favorite to mix Deep Stress with!"

Element Natural Healing Arts

posted 5 hours ago

Good morning from all of us at Element! We are open! Grab your cozy rain boots, and a jacket to beat the chill, and stop by to book a session with Chelsea, Wynter, or Jenny! *** A licensed esthetician also trained in massage, Wynter specializes in treatments targeting the natural health and beauty of the skin and complexion. She offers the latest in skin care, including facials, dermaplaning, lash extension, and customized exfoliation services. Wynter combines massage with unique facial manipulations that increase circulation, reduce skin inflammation, and minimize fine lines, wrinkles, hyper-pigmentation, and acne scars. *** Chelsea is a Licensed Acupuncturist (L.Ac.) in the state of New York, and board certified by the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM). Chelsea holds a Master of Science, with a focus in Classical Chinese Medicine from Pacific College of Oriental Medicine (PCOM). She continues to train and practice under the Daoist lineage of Classical Chinese Medicine practitioner Jeffrey Yuen, furthering her exploration and usage of the Complementary Vessels and Chinese Medicine practice. The Complementary Vessels allow for access into the deep holdings of the body in order to work with imbalance at its root and provide lasting relief. *** Jenny is NYS Licensed Massage Therapist who graduated from Finger Lakes School of Massage in 2003. Her integrative massage style blends deep tissue and connective tissue therapies to restore balance to the body and relax the mind. Jenny specializes in focused massage work based on the client and their particular conditions and especially enjoys working with those who have pain related issues of the hips, back, and neck where she can help bring significant pain relief. She also performs Swedish, pre and postnatal, and hot stone massages.

Element Natural Healing Arts

posted 21 hours ago

Good evening! Have you ever tried Vegan Italian Wedding soup? Here's a recipe from Connoisseurus Veg that is loaded with protein and rich in water-soluble vitamins, fat-soluble vitamins, manganese, potassium, minerals, and a wide variety of phytonutrients! Ingredients For the Cannellini Bean Meatballs: 1 (14 oz.) can cannellini beans, drained and rinsed 1 small onion, chopped 3 garlic cloves, minced 1/2 cup chopped fresh basil leaves 1 cup panko breadcrumbs 2 tablespoons low sodium soy sauce 1/2 teaspoon smoked paprika 1/2 teaspoon red pepper flakes About 1 tablespoon olive oil For the Soup: 2 tablespoons olive oil 1 medium onion, diced 2 medium carrots, diced 1 medium fennel bulb, diced 3 garlic cloves, minced 1 cup dry white wine 8 cups vegetable broth 1 teaspoon dried thyme 3/4 cup dried orzo pasta 6 cups chopped fresh spinach Instructions Make the Meatballs: *Preheat the oven to 400° and line a baking sheet with parchment paper. *Place all ingredients except for the olive oil into the bowl of a food processor and pulse until all ingredients are well chopped and mixed, stopping to scrape down the inside of the bowl as needed. *Roll into 1/2 inch balls (you should get about 35) and arrange on the prepared baking sheet. Lightly spray or brush with olive oil. *Bake for about 30 minutes, turning once about halfway through, until the meatballs are nicely browned. Make the Soup: *Coat the bottom of a large pot with olive oil and place it over medium heat. When the oil is hot, add the onion, carrots and fennel. *Sauté until the veggies begin to soften a bit, about 10 minutes. *Add the garlic and sauté until very fragrant, about 1 minute more. *Stir in the wine and bring it to a simmer. Cook until reduced by about half, about 4 minutes. Add in the broth and thyme and raise heat to high. *Bring to a boil, lower heat and allow to simmer, uncovered, for 10 minutes. Stir in the orzo and spinach. Continue to simmer until the orzo is fully cooked and the spinach is tender, about 8 minutes. *Ladle the soup into bowls, then add a few meatballs to each bowl. *Serve.

Element Natural Healing Arts

posted 1 day ago

Here's a great combo for combating allergies and its varied symptoms! AllerEase and Cold n' Flu Tea are fast and effective (within minutes in some cases) for the common allergic rhinitis symptoms. It is intended for people with seasonal allergies including a clear thin nasal discharge, sneezing, itchy eyes, nose, mouth or throat. Pick up one or both today to alleviate those symptoms! One receptionist says, "The tea is quick and easy and as a loose leaf tea lover I appreciate how natural the blend is."

Element Natural Healing Arts

posted 8 hours ago

Practitioner Spotlight: Oyama! When asked about what he thinks some main benefits of therapeutic are he said, "Relaxation and improved blood circulation!" In fact according to researchers at the University of Illinois at Chicago, “massage is really changing physiology in a positive way; this is not just blood flow speeds—this is actually a vascular response.” Additionally, "on the cellular level massage reduces inflammation and promotes the growth of new mitochondria in skeletal muscle" as shown by researchers at the Buck Institute for Research on Aging. Oyama received his massage training at the Cortiva Institute in Hoboken, NJ. He is a member of Associated Bodywork & Massage Professionals. His modalities include deep tissue, Swedish, neuromuscular, trigger point, orthopedic, myofascial release, sports massage, and hot stone. Oyama is known for his deep and focused work, bringing kindness and compassion to each massage session. Oyama is originally from Manaus, Brazil where he was an avid fly fisherman in the rivers of the Amazon. Before moving to the United States, Oyama studied law and earned a MBA in Innovation, as well as a postgraduate degree in Economics Engineering and Business and a Bachelor of Business Administration.

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posted 1 day ago

Product Spotlight: Quietude! Quietude works naturally with your body to temporarily relieves occasional sleeplessness and restless without causing grogginess or risking dependency. Quietude helps an overactive mind calm down. It’s perfect for when your head hits the pillow but you keep going over that to-do list or replaying the day’s events. If you’ve had a particularly exciting day—whether it’s from good or bad news—prepare for bed by taking Quietude once in the early evening and then again at bedtime. Features: - Temporarily relieves occasional sleeplessness and/or restless sleep. - Non-habit forming. - No grogginess; No drug interactions. - For everyone ages 12 & up. - Works naturally with your body.

Element Natural Healing Arts

posted 2 days ago

We are open! Stop in for a massage today to alleviate some pain and find some relaxation on this windy Tuesday!

Element Natural Healing Arts

posted 2 days ago

Pumpkin, Mushroom, and Spinach Pasta! Here's a delicious and healthy recipe for lunch packed with protein and antioxidants from Salt & Lavender! Ingredients 8 ounces uncooked pasta (for 4 people) 1 tablespoon olive oil 1/2 small onion, chopped 14 ounces white mushrooms, chopped 2 cloves garlic, minced 1 teaspoon Dijon mustard 3 dashes Italian seasoning 1 cup pumpkin purée 1/2 cup whipping/heavy cream Handful fresh spinach Salt & pepper, to taste Freshly grated parmesan cheese (optional) Instructions *Boil a large pot of salted water for your pasta. Cook it according to package directions. *Add oil to a skillet on medium heat and sauté onions until they're slightly browned (about 10 minutes). *Meanwhile, chop mushrooms and then add them to the pan along with the garlic, mustard, and Italian seasoning. Cook for another 10 minutes. *Add the pumpkin, cream, and spinach. Cook for another few minutes until the spinach has wilted. Season with salt and pepper. *Reserve some of the pasta water if you would like the sauce to be slightly thinner. Toss the sauce with the pasta and serve with freshly grated parmesan cheese.