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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.

Ford Sustainability on the Move

Ford unveiled a new sustainable partnership with tequila maker Jose Cuervo at the Dallas Farmers’ Market to develop a sustainable, lightweight material for use in its vehicle lineup.

Nature and Learning are One at Trinity Environmental Academy

Trinity Environmental Academy, a Sustainable Education Solutions school of science and engineering, is making significant changes in the Dallas academic landscape.

Simple Ways To Practice Creative Self-Care

Certified Creativity Coach Jill Allison Bryan has spent the last decade helping people learn and practice simple ways to improve their lives by spending more time enjoying their creative projects. Here are some of her tips!

Reconnect with Peace and Wellness in Austin

Chiropracter Dr. Eric Pearl, the founder of Reconnective Healing, a comprehensive option for life progress in overall health, balance, spirituality and wholeness, will conduct training in this modality Aug. 18 to 23.

Landfill Dump Converted to PGA Golf Course

Dallas’ Trinity Forest Golf Club, located less than 10 minutes from downtown Dallas on Great Trinity Forest Boulevard and conceived about three years ago, is scheduled to open is to open by early fall.

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.

Soil Sisters

The U.S. Census of Agriculture reports that the number of female farmers rose by more than 20 percent between 2002 and 2012, to 288,264.

Mulch is the Gardener’s Friend

Mulch helps preserve soil moisture, which is a must in our summer heat in North Texas, keeping the soil surface cooler and helping earthworms and a natural ecosystem.

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