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20th of November 2011

How to Practice Self-Care While Participating in Family Expectations

If the holidays have taken an emotional and physical toll on you in the past, now is the time to start preparing a plan of action so you can practice a new way of being with the holidays. As we enter this holiday season, there are a few things that are vital to our self-care: […]


12th of November 2011

Top 10 Tips for a Healthy Thanksgiving

By Samantha Gilbert, BA, CHNP Know true hunger. Teach your body the difference between physical hunger and social or psychological hunger. This takes some time to master, especially when your brother keeps bringing up your old high school boyfriend who wore sweatbands all the time and thought he was Eddie Van Halen in front of […]


6th of November 2011

What Are You Really Craving This Holiday Season?

Yummmm, I can smell that pumpkin pie from here! And that seasonal music and lighting… It’s getting to be that time of year again. We are entering the holiday season, which is a time of family, traditions, memories, expectations, socializing, entertaining, and LOTS of STRESS. Think about this, November is National Diabetes Month. Right at […]


29th of October 2011

Is Halloween Scary or Are You Just in a Bad Mood?

The most common call we get is when students struggle with overwhelming feelings of anger, fear and shame. We usually get them to a better place by clearing the negative energies connected to these feelings, but until we began working with Samantha, our Nutritional Therapist, we hadn’t considered the sugar connection and its toll on […]


27th of October 2011

James Arthur Ray Guru or Phony?

Recently, James Arthur Ray, a famous self-help guru and spiritual leader, was convicted of negligent homicide in the deaths of three people during a sweat lodge ceremony. Click here for the Dateline special. Is he a real guru who was being blamed for an unfortunate accident like he claims? I am personally very uncomfortable with […]


23rd of October 2011

The Best Anti-Aging Therapy is Having a Green Personality – Part II

Earlier this month, Patricia shared her life story before she embodied a Green Personality. Let’s take a look at an example to show you how you can aid your own anti-aging process. How we suppress our body’s nudges and stay stuck in limiting perspectives. Remember Patricia’s story about her pancreatitis? She overcame this chronic condition […]


15th of October 2011

Steve Jobs and Apple: Why Natural Leadership is the Key to Success

Last week we talked about the anti-aging personality. In this post, we’re applying this same concept in the business world in the form of Natural Leadership. The best anti-aging remedy for Apple is to develop their culture the same way we develop a Green Personality: by changing the energy and by resisting too much programming. […]


9th of October 2011

The Best Anti-Aging Therapy is Having a Green Personality – Part I

This month, our Director and Teacher Patricia Rohn will be 60 years young. Those who know Patricia are amazed at her energy, youthfulness, mental clarity, and emotional intelligence. Why is it that she is so healthy and able to teach five exercise classes a week on top of working with students full-time? It is because […]


5th of June 2011

Who’s life are you living?

What a silly question? Of course I’m living my life – right? Well think about it, look what happened to Jane. Jane did everything right, she studied hard in school and was accepted in a prestigious university, graduating with honors. She got a good job with a company that had a good reputation. She married […]


22nd of May 2011

The ‘End of the World’ didn’t happen

A minister named Harold Camping predicted the end of the world on Saturday, May 21st, 2011. If you’re reading this – it didn’t happen. No earthquakes, doom or despair. However, this prediction got national media attention and Camping had many followers supporting this prediction. So what is the lesson? I’ve read many detailed accounts of […]