Archive for 'Wellness'
Posted on 15. Apr, 2011 by Staff Reporter.
Saturday’s a Play Date: YMCA’s Healthy Kids Day™ Aims to Get Families Moving Through Play Tomorrow, Saturday, April 16, the Y is encouraging all kids and parents in Door County to come to the Y for a play date and commit to being active every day. It’s all part of the YMCA’s Healthy Kids Day™ – the nation’s largest […]
Posted on 09. Mar, 2011 by Staff Reporter.
Nelson Healing Center offers a Life Skills curriculum in “Learning to Live, Learning to Love” throughout spring of 2011. Dr. Melissa Nelson recently returned from Aurora, Colorado, home of Life Skills International, Inc. and its founder, Dr. Paul Hegstrom. She completed the Foundational Facilitator Phase 1 training and will be offering related classes for women […]
Posted on 13. Jan, 2011 by Staff Reporter.
Ann Rankin, Occupational Therapist with Ministry Door County Medical Center (MDCMC), has earned the distinguished Certified Hand Therapist (CHT) designation after completing all required examinations and clinical studies in November 2010. People value the use of their hands. Any loss of function through injury or disease can devastate lives. The CHT credential offers assurance to […]
Posted on 29. Oct, 2010 by Stephen Kastner.
Long before Ponce de Leon thought he discovered the fountain of youth, students of yoga were learning to apply real secrets regarding how to age gracefully. Yoga originated in India over 5,000 years ago. The name for these ancient teachings is a Sanskrit word meaning union or joining, similar to yoke. The physical postures or […]
Free Introductory Session on August 24 for “Learning to Live, Learning to Love,” a 26-week Course in Men’s Self-awareness and Personal Growth
Posted on 13. Aug, 2010 by Stephen Kastner.
Life Skills Men’s Classes in Door County begin at the Nelson Healing Center in September, with a free orientation and introduction on Tuesday, August 24 at 7 pm. After three years of working with Life Skills International for her own personal growth, Dr. Melissa Nelson decided to become a trained facilitator and bring their classes […]
Posted on 12. Aug, 2010 by Stephen Kastner.
Alida Quetzal will present a Door County Lecture and Prayer Ceremony interpreting the Mayan vision of 2012 on Saturday, August 21 from 10:30 am – Noon in Sturgeon Bay at the Nelson Healing Center (free-will offering). Alida Quetzal was born in Mexico, a descendant of the Maya culture and grand-daughter of a great healer and […]
Celebrating the Wisdom of the Divine Feminine through the Power of Sound; a 3-day Workshop with Suzy McLaren, August 13-15
Posted on 02. Aug, 2010 by Stephen Kastner.
Suzy Mclaren leads a study of voice, prayer and meditation at the Nelson Healing Center in Sturgeon Bay Suzy McLaren is a classical singer, a professor of Voice Science and a member of the Voice Foundation at the Julliard School of Music. In mid-August she comes to Door County from her home in Sedona, Arizona […]
Posted on 29. Jul, 2010 by Stephen Kastner.
A workshop on integrating breath, chakras and meditation presented by intuitive coach, Robert Dubiel on Monday, August 9 from 7 – 9 pm. Since 1985 Robert Dubiel has dedicated himself to traveling around the world in search of places that have special spiritual significance. He has visited and lived in Hawaii, France, Nepal, India, Thailand […]
Door County Home of “most wired small and rural hospital” in America, DCMH Recognized by National Health Care Organization
Posted on 12. Jul, 2010 by Staff Reporter.
Door County Memorial Hospital/Ministry Health Care (DCMH/MHC) is nationally recognized in July as one of 25 hospitals in the nation to earn such high regard. The award was made by Hospitals & Health Networks (H&HN) magazine, that conducted a recent survey entitled, Health Care’s Most Wired 2010. H&HN is published by the American Hospital Association. […]
Posted on 10. Jun, 2010 by Staff Reporter.
The Community Clinic of Door County (CCDC) is recipient of a Health & Human Services Grant from the Door County Community Foundation. Since its inception in 2005, CCDC continues to serve the peninsula’s uninsured by providing primary (non-emergency) health care, mental health care and complementary care for those in need – regardless of their ability […]