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|Five minute de-stressors |
|People often say they are "stressed" when their normal coping mechanisms have been overwhelmed. If you need to decrease stress and improve coping, consider taking at least one 5 minute, de-stress break each day, preferably more. You can try different 5 minute activities throughout the week. These include stretching, daydreaming, deep breathing, reading a few pages of a novel, doodling, listening to your favorite song, or going for a quick walk. These mini "me" times provide a quick break and allow you a chance to regain emotional and mental control in difficult situations.|
|Wind In The Willow |
|Specialty: Art Therapy|
Cindi Tomochko is a BA./DVATI. Certified Art Therapist and Dru Yoga Instructor and offers classes at the Wind In The Willow Studios in Penticton.
|The Joy of Feng Shui|
|Date: Apr 26, 2014|
Location: Kelowna & Central Okanagan
Feng Shui will assist you in calling positive energy (Chi) into all areas of your life, from family and relationships to money and career – you will experience flow, balance, harmony and abundance.
|From birth, the iris holds a specific structure or divine blueprint of who you are. Iris markings and color changes also show up in the iris based on the amount of toxicity the body is exposed to, nutrient deficiencies, and physical/emotional stress; the iris is literally trying to communicate with you by being the external screen, which mirrors the internal physiological and emotional processes.|
|Banana Chocolate chip muffins|
Description: This is abit of a twist on the tradional banana muffin.
With the added protien from the quinoa and fibre from the oatmeal it makes a great healthy snack that will satisfy you between meals.
This recipe also uses spelt. Spelt is a grain similar to wheat whose origin dates back to approximately 5000 B.C., from the Mediterranean and Middle Eastern region. Italians have been consuming it for a long time under the name of "farro," and Germans have been calling it "dinkle." Making a comeback in the U.S., spelt may be a nutritious alternative for those with wheat allergies. Spelt flour is rich in fiber. Due to its higher water solubility, spelt flour is more easily digested than wheat. Spelt has a higher protein content than those made of wheat.