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Feldenkrais Works...... - Nelson

Date: Thurs.'s 5:15-6:15 p.m., Fri.'s 12-1 p.m.
Location: Kootenays
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Better balance, posture, flexibility, less pain........

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Wellness Tip
Fat Content Can Be Misleading
When you see a product in the grocery store labeled 98% fat free, don't be fooled. According to the Food & Drug Administration, that percentage refers to the percentage of fat by weight, not by calories. For example, a slice of 89% fat free deli meat means that only 11% of the weight of the product is fat. Although this sounds low, over 50% of the calories may come from fat -- making it a high-fat choice as far as your body is concerned! When selecting low fat foods, ignore the advertising hype; look for grams of fat or the percent Daily Value for fat on the nutrition label.


Okanagan Angels and Fairies Expo 2016 - June 11 &12


Wellness Directory
The Samoan Highland Retreat
Specialty: Wellness Centers
Samoan Highland Retreat is a boutique venue available for hire for wellness, yoga, workshops and spirituality retreats in tropical Samoa.
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Event
Advanced Ways of Healing - Quantum Touch Level 2
Date: May 14, 2016
Location: Kelowna & Central Okanagan
Richard Gordon, Founder of QT states: “In 2009 I made a huge discovery. If the basic QT workshop was like a rocket, the advanced Quantum-Touch Level 2 workshop will send it into orbit and beyond!”
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Signs of Energy Overload
A few of the signs of Energy Overload, and one tool to help clear the excess.
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Recipe
Raisin Crunch Cookie Mix in a Jar
Category: Holiday Recipes
Description: Christmas is about giving, and what better way than to give someone something that you put your thought, time and handmade touch into. Here are some great small gift ideas that can go a long way. In some recipes, the ingredients are all layered in a clear glass jar so that each layer is distinct, giving it the look of "sand art." If you're going for this layered look, the ingredients need to have different colors and textures. A sugar cookie mix made with white sugar and white flour is not going to show up well as layers
Packing 'em In. Most of the cookie and brownie varieties of mix-in-a-jar recipes will fit into a 1-quart or 1-liter wide-mouth canning jar, as long as you pack the ingredients in as tightly as possible.
• After placing one ingredient in the jar, press it down with a utensil with a fairly wide flat bottom (a long-handled tart tamper works especially well). Do this after each ingredient, especially after adding things like brown sugar, flour, oats, nuts, confectioners' sugar, cocoa powder, shredded coconut, and dried fruits. • White sugar will seep down into layered items like colored candies, chocolate chips, nuts, etc. It's better to put white sugar below these ingredients. • All-purpose flour and confectioners' sugar also have the same seeping problem, so put them on the bottom, too. • The layers will stand out most if you pack the highly contrasting items next to each other.
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