Transformational Breath Work®

Posted Posted in Be Well

By Lorna Tobin. Continuation of article from the March 2016 Natural Buzz Newsletter. The ancients spoke of the air carrying prana, the life force energy that permeates the universe. They said that we take into our bodies from exposure to sunlight and by eating foods which store it. Through Transformational Breathing, we believe that prana […]

Recipes: Tasty Side Dishes

Posted Posted in Eat Well, Recipes

By Barbara Bonsignore. Continued from the March 2016 Natural Buzz newsletter. Stuffing 1 medium onion, chopped 3 cups fresh mushrooms, sliced ¼ cup fresh parsley, chopped or 2 tsp. dried ¼ tsp. each marjoram and black pepper Tamari soy sauce to taste 3 garlic cloves, minced 4 cups cubed, whole grain bread ½ tsp. each […]

True or False: Yoga is Hard and Scary

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By Jim Readey. Continuation of article from the March 2016 Natural Buzz Newsletter. Myth #2. Yoga is difficult to do False. People might make yoga hard to do because, well, that’s what people do. If you have a good teacher, you’ll learn to practice yoga effortlessly (rather than from ego-driven fear)…and with just slight discomfort, as […]

Best Souperfest

Posted Posted in Co-op Community, Events

By Greg Lessard, Director of Development Continuation of article from the March 2016 Natural Buzz Newsletter. On Saturday, March 19th, CCEH will hold its 7th Annual SouperFest fundraising event at Rundlett Middle School. Starting at 4 PM, SoupFest will begin.  Chef Rob, Executive Chef at the Co-op, will run the kitchen by coordinating a variety of […]