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Health Solutions for Chemically Sensitive Patients

According to Dr. William J. Rea, a world renowned thoracic and cardiovascular surgeon in Dallas, environmental toxins may be at the core of a range of health issues from neurological conditions to asthma attacks.

Gongs and Percussion Inspire Deep Relaxation

Sound therapy, though around for thousands of years, may be unheard of to many, but its benefits can extend to everyone from avid meditation practitioners to lawyers and cancer patients.

Building a Yoga Community Through Selfl ess Service

The Dallas Yoga Center has also incorporated seva more informally over the past 26 years by creating opportunities for connection and service to the community through outreach.

Homemade Internal Sunscreen

Here is a splash of colorful foods to can add to any diet that will help protect our skin and promote healing.

Yoga for Pro Baseball Players

Many players from the Texas Rangers are turning to yoga for its numerous benefits.

Man to Man Balance and Wellness Tips

Whether a man is a business executive, marathon runner, weightlifter, teacher, journalist or food enthusiast, his day-to-day routine can be complemented by these tips from leading North Texas wellness professionals.

A Mouthful of Mercury May be Dangerous

Mercury fillings have become a concern of dental practitioners and patients across the country, and many are seeking alternatives to this potentially dangerous substance.

Organic Luxury for Organic Women

Here are some of North Texas’ natural, organic and environmentally responsible spas, where women can go to feel beautiful and nourished, both inside and out.

Honoring the Feminine at Dallas Yoga Center

For more than 26 years, the Dallas Yoga Center has been offering high-quality yoga and integrative wellness to the community.

Mold and Mycotoxins Affect Us All

Exposure to mold can result in a variety of symptoms including shortness of breath, recurring sinus infections, recurring bronchial infections, coughing, and more.

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