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NCSAB: A Clinical Massage Therapy School in Charlotte!

A Clinical Massage Therapy School in Charlotte

At North Carolina School of Advanced Bodywork, our Clinical Massage Therapy & Structural Bodywork training is very different therapeutic disciplines compared to Swedish and other Asian or “energy” related therapies. We are primarily focused on Western, science-based and medical approaches for the millions of people suffering from acute and chronic pain, injury and trauma related issues. We also provide you ... Read More »

The Fear of the Lord

The Fear of the Lord

The phrase, “The fear of the Lord,” was one I never liked. By Alex Anderson, Senior Associate Pastor at Bayside Community Church Before I was a Christ-follower I thought, “Who would want to be a Christian and serve a god you would have to be afraid of?” By that time (in my middle teens) I had way too many fears ... Read More »

Pampering Hair with Protein Treatments

Pampering Hair with Protein Treatments

By Amy Burton – Revel Salon and Color Studio Spring is here and summer is not far behind! Flowers are blooming, the sun is shining, and everywhere we look there is vibrant color and new life. This is the time of year so many of us feel inspired to step out of our comfort zones and try something different. A fresh ... Read More »

With Inner Engineering – Reducing Stress Isn’t As Hard As You Think

With Inner Engineering

Stressed out? If so, you’re not alone; the American Psychological Society reports that almost a quarter of adults in the U.S. are under extreme stress. The silver lining is that finding your way out—transmuting your stress into happiness; pain into peace—may be easier than you think. Perhaps you have explored methods to improve your health or mental clarity, or simply to ... Read More »

What Exactly Is Omega-3?

What Exactly Is Omega-3

By BO MARTINSEN, MD When I started giving lectures about omega-3 for physicians 15 years ago, few health care providers had heard about these molecules. Some doctors thought I was preaching voodoo medicine, while others politely thanked me for sharing the information. Today, the situation is quite different. The majority of Americans have heard about omega-3 and know that it ... Read More »

The Very Greatest: The Final Fight of Muhammed Ali and the Future of Stem Cell Therapy for COPD

Muhamed Ali

There isn’t much debate when it comes to the legacy of Muhammed Ali. He was, as he often claimed, “the greatest” boxer of his era, winning his first Olympic Gold medal at the age of 18. And, he was a rebel too. As a civil rights vanguard, he blatantly refused the draft leading to his arrest and the stripping of ... Read More »

Branch Out, with Olive Oil and More!

Branch Out, with Olive Oil and More!

By Monique Richard MS, RDN, LDN The expansion of oils available for cooking and food preparation has grown significantly over the past few years, confusing consumers with various health claims, names, and additional ingredients. It is no longer a simple choice between olive oil or vegetable oil. Oils making an appearance on grocery store shelves across the country currently include: ... Read More »

Relating to a child with Asperger’s Syndrome

April is National Autism Awareness Month. Autism, or Asperger’s Syndrome, is on the increase. Here’s some advice on how to recognize and relate to someone with the condition. Individuals who have been diagnosed with Asperger’s Syndrome are unique in that they usually demonstrate average or above-average intelligence, but they often have problems interacting with others. They tend to have difficulty relating ... Read More »

Declutter Your Heart

Declutter Your Heart

By Alex Anderson, Senior Associate Pastor at Bayside Community Church I’m not a packrat (I’m in denial) but I do tend to pile stuff in my study at home.  After a few weeks have gone by I start feeling sluggish when I sit down to write. I look around the room and begin to feel overwhelmed. I once blamed the sluggish, ... Read More »

“Do You Have a Pinched Nerve?” We can Help

Do You Have a Pinched Nerve

It’s hard to believe, I know, but it’s true.  Last year more Americans were killed by prescription drugs than by guns, AIDS, suicides and terrorists combined . . . but we’ll get to that in a minute. Let me start by explaining the photo in this letter.  You know, when I meet people in town they usually say, “Oh yeah, ... Read More »