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3 Simple Ways to Get Grounded & Centered

From the Show: Naturally Savvy
Summary: If you're "floaty" and "out there," you're not present or productive. Alternately, if you're too grounded and "flat," you can also be limiting your potential.
Air Date: 5/11/16
Duration: 10
Host: Andrea Donsky, RHN and Lisa Davis, MPH
Guest Bio: Ariana Bahret, Certified LifeLine Practitioner
Ariana-Bahret1Ariana Bahret is a certified LifeLine Practitioner and has practiced in Hawaii, Southern California, Chicago and Massachusetts. She holds a B.S. in Biology from Boston College, has taught science to all ages (three-year-olds to PhDs) and has conducted genetic research (advanced genome sequencing) including contribution to the Human Genome Project. Her passion lies in blending the worlds of both science and spirituality through her healing work.

In addition to being a LifeLine Practitioner, she is certified in Integrative Energy Healing, Rising Star Healing, Kundalini Reiki, Akashic Record Readings and Arcturian Healing. She also co-hosts Share the Health radio on North Shore 104.9FM with Dr. Kevin Zegel, discussing compelling health-related topics focused on positive changes in lifestyle, diet and physical activity.
  • Guest Facebook Account: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100010810632163
3 Simple Ways to Get Grounded & Centered
If you're "floaty" and "out there," you're not present or productive. Alternately, if you're too grounded and "flat," you can also be limiting your potential. 

Ariana Bahret, Certified LifeLine Practitioner, joins host Lisa Davis to share three simple ways to get grounded and centered in a balanced way:

  1. Meditation: guided meditation, mantras, affirmations.
  2. Exercise: running, walking, swimming, hiking.
  3. Food: root vegetables, animal protein, chocolate.
Listen in to learn more about how these three easy steps can improve your life and health.
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