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The Cary and Morrisville Guide to Holistic Living

(The Triangle Trend) Holistic living is one of the most mindful lifestyles out there, prioritizing the natural healing of your body as well as being aware of how all aspects of your life may affect your health. This style of living involves maintaining all forms of wellness—emotional, physical, intellectual, spiritual, and social.

According to Ask The Scientists, there are three more well being aspects to consider, those being nutritional, financial, and environmental.

Obtaining a truly holistic lifestyle is no easy task, and anyone interested in making the change should do some research and recruit outside assistance to aid in the process. For those near Morrisville, NC, here are some holistic services to help you get started on your journey for total wellness.


Inner Peace

102 Towerview Ct, Cary, NC 27513

Inner Peace’s approach to wellness is personalized and holistic. They treat and nurture the mind, body, and spirit for clients from age three and on. Their practice model integrates the evidence-based Western medical model with time-honored practices that have been used for centuries, including meditation, yoga, massage, and thoughtfully designed group workshops.

 

Resonant Body Acupuncture

1616 Evans Rd, Ste 150, Cary, NC 27513

Resonant provides quality acupuncture and pain management to the Cary and Raleigh area. Practitioner Justin Thornton provides clients with the guidance, knowledge, and tools needed to help them achieve optimal wellness. Acupuncture is a helpful and drug-free solution for a lot of health issues that are difficult to treat. It is often a relaxing experience and can help manage the body’s reaction to stress. The World Health Organization (WHO) now recognizes the use of acupuncture to remedy over forty different conditions.

You can see a list of what acupuncture may be able to help you with here.

 

Raleigh NC Yoga

2376 Ravenhill Dr, Raleigh, NC 27615

Raleigh NC Yoga was founded in 2008 with the goal of making holistic yoga available to more people in the Raleigh area. The motto Y Respira (and breathe) is at the heart of all they do and captures the spirit of their yoga studio. Small, intimate classes for students of all levels are offered in their North Raleigh studio. Corporate yoga classes can be provided at your location. They are also offering live-stream classes and services.

 

Harmony Life

535 Keisler Dr, Ste 201, Cary, NC 27518

Harmony Life is a very energy-focused practice, providing treatments that connect spiritual and physical health. These include medical reiki, clinical aromatherapy, chakra and dosha evaluation, and marma therapy. The owner, Marina Lando, MS, is a reiki specialist and teacher, certified aromatherapist, and the founder of Lando Medical Reiki.

 

Whole Family Chiropractic

160 NE Maynard Rd, Ste 204 Cary, NC 27513

Whole Family Chiropractic’s goal is to advance the health of the spine, body, and whole family using chiropractic and cranial techniques, nutritional counseling, massage, rehab exercises, workshops, and classes in yoga and Pilates.

They are the only chiropractors in the area certified to practice the cranial release technique—a gentle, applied stretch that provides a release of tension throughout the cranium to allow for greater healing and stress relief.

 

Machell Bekaert

110 Iowa Ln, Ste 202, Cary, NC 27511

Machell Bekaert, LPC, CHT was voted one of the four best therapists in the Triangle by Indy Week readers, has more than twenty years of therapy experience, and provides compassionate, confidential counseling for adults, couples, families, and adolescents. All sessions are tailored to each client’s individual needs and goals.

Machell is also a certified hypnotherapist through The National Association of Transpersonal Hypnotherapists and provides past-life and life-between-life hypnotic regression therapy. She offers phone services as well as in-office sessions.

 

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Cierra Smith | Editor

Raleigh-born writer passionate about cultural awareness and social change. You’ll typically find me somewhere studying a language, writing, or doing pilates. Consider me a health-conscious foodie with an interest in all diets and lifestyles.

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