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Over 100 activities, a dynamic market, live shows and practical classes and workshops all weekend.
For the past 6 years the Arte Sano festivals have been bringing healing arts events to San Pedro Alcantara, and at the end of November (Nov 30 & Dec 1) will be celebrating the seventh edition of this popular event in the ‘Carpa’ municipal in the town’s feria ground.
“Many people are looking for new ways of living these days,” explains Monica Bereuther, one of the organisers. “Arte Sano is a … Continue reading
Thinking is the next step. At this point it is a good idea to visualise the result we want to reach given what we have observed. Visualising is a powerful and useful tool in our daily lives. To analyse the information and then to think about putting into practice the basic permaculture principles that include:
– Working with nature, not against it.
– The problem may be the solution.
– Use the minimum effort for maximum efficiency.
– The performance of a system is unlimited, it is only a … Continue reading
In this chapter of our 7 step health plan our health detectives move into the exercise zone. We are designed to move, not to sit in front of a TV, computer or playstation all day. Kids often run around all day, play and explore whenever they can, and although some of the older ones need to be kicked of their smartphones and tablets, we can guarantee that they will be happier in the long run if they do more physical movement. It is actually essential … Continue reading
From the first ‘Om’ Isabel Guerrero knew that yoga was going to be something important in her life. Having decided on an adventurous holiday in India 7 years ago, she encountered this ancient discipline in its heart land and was immediately drawn in. Before long she was back for more and this time, as well as studying yoga in Dehradun and Rishikesh with direct senior disciples of B.K.S Iyengar, she also spent time learning about the Indian medical system of ayurveda in the Shashi Clinic … Continue reading
This article which summarises some of the principles of the macrobiotic diet is only available in Spanish. Click here to read it.
Contact Ana Bardají of cocinatusalud.com if you want to find out more about this generally vegetarian diet that consists largely of whole grains, cereals, and cooked vegetables.
“There is nothing more powerful than an idea whose time has come.” Victor Hugo
Julia Rose has been a practitioner of energetic medicine since 1995, working as a Kinesiologist, and Touch for Health instructor in Spain and in the UK. In 2004 she came across a biofeedback device called a QXCI, and was so impressed with the depth of investigation and huge array of treatments that were possible with this one device, that she decided to find out more about it. She eventually found … Continue reading
Every year on October 16th people from around the world join together to raise
awareness on World Spine Day as part of the Bone and Joint Decade’s Action
Spinal disorders, such as back pain, neck pain, scoliosis and disc disease, to name
a few are common, and they can have a profound effect on a person’s overall health,
impacting a person’s ability to work, to enjoy everyday activities and even disrupting
healthy sleep patterns.
Research has demonstrated that poor postures and inactivity can contribute to the
development of back pain and other … Continue reading
Painted medicine is like acupuncture but without needles, a gentle form of balancing the body’s energy system, using symbols and combinations of parallel lines painted onto the acupuncture points, called meridians, that act like antennas on the skin and can change our body’s energy system. The technique is based on the research of Dr. Erich Koebler (1936-1994) who analyzed the correlation between traditional Chinese medicine, and new discoveries in quantum physics and dowsing. With the knowledge he acquired he achieved amazing results in healing. Like … Continue reading