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|Stay Safe on the Basketball Court|
|Do you know anyone who plays basketball? Avoid injuries on the court by wearing the proper shoes. Good basketball shoes increase shock absorption and supply appropriate traction. They help reduce the amount of stress normally transmitted to the knees.|
|Dr. Alex Mazurin ~ Penticton Naturopathic Clinic |
|Specialty: Naturopathic Doctors|
Naturopath Dr. Mazurin has over 30 years extensive training in Acupuncture & Chinese Medicine, ART, kinesiology, homeopathy, & nutrition. He is also certified for pharmaceutical prescription rights.
|Postgraduate Diploma in Cranio Sacral Reflexology (CSR) - cancelled|
|Date: Jun 24, 2013|
Location: Penticton & South Okanagan
Don't miss the oppertunity to learn this New Advance treatment with Canadian's CSRI instructor Carol Faguy. limited spaces.
|Breathing – The Breath of Life|
|Have a regular practice of mindful breathing can be calming, relaxing, energizing, assist with pain control, reduce hunger and cravings, and stress related health challenges from panic attacks to digestive disorders. There is so much in our lives that we feel we have little or no control over what is happening. We can, with a little practice and time, control our breathing.|
|Vegetarian Kung Pao Tofu with Broccoli and Peanuts|
|Category: Vegetarian Entrees|
Description: Tofu stir-fried with vinegar is a traditional folk remedy for malaria and dysentery. Peanuts are believed to improve the appetite and lubricate the lungs.
Kung Pao chicken is a famous dish that most likely originated in the Sichuan province of China. Its history is rather fuzzy but most people agree that it was named after a governor, general or other official from the late nineteenth century. Whatever its true origin, this dish has been popular for decades in Chinese restaurants everywhere and is practically synonymous with takeout. In this vegetarian version, tofu and assorted vegetables replace the chicken. The tofu and vegetables are all chopped into bite-sized pieces, in keeping with tradition.