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July 28 & 29: Arte Sano IV: A healing arts festival on the beach

Arte Sano 2011

Following the success of previous editions of Arte Sano the organisers are now planning another festival on San Pedro’s beautiful Paseo Maritimo. “We were last here in 2009 and had a great weekend full of music and activities,” explained Monica Bereuther, co-organiser of the event. “This year we are planning to bring the colourful world of alternative Andalucía to life for another fun weekend for all the family.” The weekend will include a diverse mix of classes, workshops and talks on subjects related to personal … Continue reading

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La Chispa web relaunch

La Chispa mandala

This month sees the launch of the new la Chispa web site, overhauled recently to bring us up to date, easier to access and more interactive. Building on the success of previous versions of lachispa.net, the new site retains its high quality content and comprehensive online resource directory, southern Spain’s alternative Yellow Pages, as well as exhaustive events guide to classes, courses, concerts and festivals.

The resource directory now has over 2,000 entries – www.lachispa.net/resourcedirectory, so whatever you are looking for – yoga teachers, acupuncturists, … Continue reading

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Quality of Life: The Energy Factory – the flow of Life part I

Breathe your cells to Vitality

In this edition our health detectives take a deep breath and look at how our breathing influences the energy factory in our cells.

One of our main requirements is getting fresh air into our lungs and to every cell in the body, because energy production in our cells is dependent on oxygen. A babbling brook in the spring forest is clear and clean and is full of oxygen, but deeper in the forest, where the tree branches prevent light reaching the forest … Continue reading

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Quality of Life: The lymphatic system – The tree of life part II

This issue our health detectives look at testing how well this vital system is working. Regular readers will know that from day one we are starting to rust and rot. When we cut an apple it goes brown quickly, a process known as oxidation. In the body free radicals attack tissues and organs and start the oxidation, rusting, process, so a major key to maintaining good health is minimizing this process.

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Quality of Life: The Lymphatic System – the Tree of Life

This edition our health detectives go with the flow as they explore the importance of one of our main purification systems – the lymphatics.

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Quality of Life: Blood the river of life – Change the paradigm

This issue, our health detectives conclude their investigation of Blood, the river of life, with a look at how perspectives of disease have shaped modern medicine as we know it.

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Blood – the river of life part 2: Working with Live Blood Analysis

Last issue our Health Detectives discussed the importance of maintaining an alkaline balance in the body to maintain correct blood pH levels. This issue they continue to guide us down the ‘river of life’ and show how Live Blood analysis can provide important information to help us stay healthy.

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Quality of Life: Blood – The River of Life part 1

More in our health detectives series

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Quality of Life: Stop the Rust and Rot

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Quality of Life: Tired All The Time

A lady came to the clinic with tiredness, arthritis, concentration, weight and digestive problems and a weak immune system. She was in bed for 10 hours a night and was still exhausted. She had Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS), the name given to a variably debilitating disorder generally defined by persistent fatigue unrelated to exertion and not substantially relieved by rest, and accompanied by various symptoms – for a minimum of six months. We are told that the cause of CFS is currently unknown and there is no diagnostic laboratory test or biomarker. As Health Detectives though we always try and find the root causes of these complex conditions.

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