Ayurveda: Healing & Balance with Yoga, Meditation, Diet, Herbs and More
Posted by: cnyha on Jan 31, 2012 in news
Ayurveda is an Indian holistic, healing system in which the universal life force manifests into certain doshas or energies.  The three doshas or “forces” are known as:  Vata, Pitta, and Kapha.  We are all made up of a combination of these forces.   However, these can fluctuate, and we may have excesses which cause imbalances in
Help for Fall Allergy Season Sufferers
Posted by: cnyha on Nov 07, 2011 in news
Fall means apple cider, pumpkins, the fresh smell of fallen leaves—and the return of allergy season for some people. Whether it’s ragweed, mold—or both that affect you, we at CNY Healing Arts Center wanted to share a few things below that can help prevent and alleviate some of your symptoms. Clean up your leaves Wet
The Natural Medicine Cabinet: Preparing for Cold and Flu Season
Posted by: cnyha on Nov 27, 2010 in news
As the days grow shorter and colder many of us often find ourselves surrounded by potential exposure to colds and flu. There are many things that we can do to prevent getting sick and there are many things that we can do to shorten the length of an illness and provide symptom relief once a
Don’t Forget Lunch
Posted by: cnyha on Aug 10, 2010 in news
Everyone knows the saying about breakfast… it’s the most important meal of the day.  It “breaks the fast” from the night before, as well as providing you with important nutrients and energy to start your day off right.  But as we focus on breakfast, often lunch gets over looked.  Lunch, and dinner for that matter,
Ways to Eat Less Sodium
Posted by: cnyha on Feb 25, 2010 in news
Healthy eating always seems to be on everyone’s mind.  There are so many different things to look at, it can make shopping and cooking feel like a chore.  One important point to take notice of is sodium.  For Americans without high blood pressure or hypertension, the recommended daily intake of sodium is 2300 mg or