Agape Moves Sunday Services

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Rev. Lee Wolak

The Agape Center for Spiritual Living has moved the location for Sunday celebrations to Noah’s Event Venue, 5280 Towne Square Drive, in Plano. Meditation takes place at 10 a.m., Celebration at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday meditation will remain at the Frisco location Yeager Suites, 2770 Main Street, Suite 158.

Reverend Lee Wolak says, “If you were inspired by the movie The Secret or the message of Abraham, Eckhart Tolle and Deepak Chopra, you’ll feel right at home at Agape. Unlocking your true self is a journey that never ends, but it is always easier when experienced with the fellowship of other like-minded people.”

For more information, call 972-468-1331 or visit AgapeCSL. com.

Learn HeartMath from a Certified Coach

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Jodi Roberts

Jodi Roberts, a newly trained HeartMath certified coach through the HeartMath Institute, is offering four-week sessions of the HeartMath Building Personal Resilience program after working with the technology for 20 years. Roberts says, the program combines personalized coaching or mentoring with scientifically validated tools to help people self-regulate their body’s response to stress and build resilience. They learn lifelong skills to use any time to increase well-being, per- sonal and professional performance.

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Couples Connect Deeply at A Spiritual Spa Day

nb_spiritual-spa-event-couple-pixabay-goldenrod-1809193-adjDarlene Owen and feng shui master Amy Zepeda will be hosting A Spiritual Spa Day for Couples beginning January 15 online. Couples will have an opportunity to take advantage of this live event in the privacy of their own home. They can also relax, rejuvenate and reconnect through a series of activities and practices that include vision boarding, crystal therapy, feng shui and a toast to celebrate the day.

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Synergy Balance Under New Ownership

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Drs. Bryan and Brittney Asby

The husband-and-wife chiropractic team of Dr. Bryan Asby and Dr. Brittney Asby are the new owners of Synergy Balance NUCCA Chiropractic Healing Center. They have been studying upper cervical chiropractic, and specially NUCCA (National Upper Cervical Chiropractic Association), for seven years.

They state, “We use precise X-rays that allow us to determine the patient’s specific misalignment; not just where it is, but how far off it is in all three directions. Then we make precise corrections to the alignment using gentle pressure of the hand. We do not pop, twist, crack or use activator tools.”

NUCCA chiropractic focuses on correcting misalignments of only the first vertebrae in the neck (the atlas or c1) which surrounds the brain stem. Practitioners of NUCCA explain that any nerve disruption there, which can be caused by even the slightest misalignments of the atlas, can result in symptoms of all types throughout the entire body.

Location: 12740 Hillcrest Rd., Ste 138, Dallas. For appointments, call 972-387-4700. For more information, visit MySynergyBalance.com.

Show Off Your Nature Pics

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This image won frst place in the 2016 Insects and Arachnids category.

The Heard Nature Photography Contest began in 1978, predating the Heard Nature Photographers Club by three years. Today, submissions are all digital and include images accepted from all ages and experience levels. Proceeds benefit the Heard Natural Science Museum and Wildlife Sanctuary.

There are divisions for children and adults, beginners and advanced, wild and captive animals, birds, flowers, insects, abstracts, landscapes, water and black and white.

Cost is $10 per image for adult divison/$5 per image for youth divisions. Submissions accepted Feb. 4 and 26. For contest rules and to enter, visit HeardNaturePhotographers.com/about-the-contest.

Tips on Reversing Macular Degeneration in Zephyrhills

nb_microcurrent-research-nb-photo1-adjDr. Edward Kondrot, a board-certified ophthalmologist with Healing The Eye Wellness Center, in Zephyrhills, Florida, is presenting three events focused on helping to reverse macular degeneration, a leading cause of blindness. He will host the Kondrot Eye Program from January 17 to 20, the Stem Cell Program on January 19 and 20 and Get Started with Microcurrent on January 23 and 24, all from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

A free report on recent and ongoing studies and findings is available from The Eye Wellness Center by those that can- not attend. Kondrot has written seven books on eye diseases and sees his work as a way to help prevent further blindness.

Location: 40122 Mason Rd, Zephyrhills. For more information, call 800-430-9328, email Info@HealingTheEye.com or visit StemCellSpecial.org and NationalEyeReport.org for your free report.

Free Newsletter from My Heart Reiki

crg_myheartreiki-jennifer-cunnings-head-shot-200-adjJennifer Cunnings, owner of My Heart Reiki, a board-certified holistic health practitioner and reiki master teacher, is offering free e-newsletters that provide subscribers with spiritual and holistic healing information, free guided meditations, upcoming local and online events, contests and giveaways.

Cunnings says, that those most interested in her emails tend to be empaths, energy healers, spiritual seekers and people seeking to align with their higher purpose. Registrants receive a free guided meditation download for signing up.

For more information or to sign up, call 972-816-6299 or visit MyHeartReiki.com.

Cowtown is Our Kind of Town

nb_cowtown_start-adjThe 30th annual Cowtown Marathon, the largest multi-event in North Texas, will be held from February 24 through 26 at Will Rogers Memorial Center, in Fort Worth. Last year, more than 24,000 runners participating in six different distance races. The Elite Challenge offers $20,000 in prize money.

“In the first year of the Cowtown Elite Program, we focused on the marathon, and in the second year, we focused the program on the half marathon, bringing records down in both distances. In the third year, we added prizes for the top finishers as well as everyone who bettered previous course records in those distances,” says Heidi Swartz, executive director of the Cowtown. “For 2017, we want to offer more people the opportunity to win prize money.”

For more information, call 817-207-0224. To register, visit CowtownMarathon.org.

Innovations Wellness Expands to Ft. Worth

crg-innovationswellness-kimberlywilson-068b-adjNaturopathic Medical Doctor Kimberly Wilson, owner of Innovations Wellness Center, in Plano, has added a new location at 1751 River Run, Suite 200, in Fort Worth. At both locations, Wilson offers hormone balancing, naturopathic oncology and endocrinology support, natural weight-loss programs, botanical medicine, hydrotherapy, homeopathy, Traditional Chinese Medicine, wellness programs and more.

She explains, “Naturopathic medicine is a distinct primary healthcare profession emphasizing optimal health and treatments that encourage self-healing and natural balance using modern and traditional scientific methods.”

Original location: 6545 Preston Rd., Ste. 200, Plano For appointments, call 469-606-9100. For more information, visit InnovationsWellness.com.

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