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- Center Point Healing7309 Baltimore Avenue
College Park, MD 207401-301-277-9020
HoursMonClosedTue10:30 am – 6:00 pmWed10:30 am – 6:00 pmThu10:30 am – 5:30 pmFri9:00 am – 4:00 pmSat9:00 am – 4:00 pmSunClosedI work alternate Fridays and Saturdays.
I heard about Susan at Center Point Healing from a Doctor for natural medicine all the way in Florida. I was in so much pain all over from my neck down. Taking 1,000 mg of Tylenol daily for two months. I have always been a healthy eater. My para thyroid was out of balance and I was told that that it had to be removed surgically. A friend told me about trying Natural medicine and Acupuncture. It has been a... Read more »
In Chinese medicine, winter is the time to rest and conserve our energy so that we can be ready for spring. For most of us, it is just the opposite! Join us for a quiet evening that includes a hot meal, massage, yoga, acupuncture and tips for winter wellness.
Gifts of the Season: Winter was last modified: October 7th, 2016 by elizabethYoga for Women’s Health
w/ Kelsey Starr
$25 per class
$85 for 4-class package
Yoga @ Center Point was last modified: September 7th, 2016 by adminYoga for Women’s Health
w/ Kelsey Starr
$25 per class
$85 for 4-class package
Yoga @ Center Point was last modified: September 7th, 2016 by admin
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Have you always wanted to know more about acupuncture and holistic healing, but haven’t booked an appointment at Center Point Healing yet? Stop by on Sunday afternoon for a variety of FREE wellness activities:10 minute chair massage Register Here Sample acupuncture session Register Here Acupuncture screening (learn the science of the practice, no needles involved) Zinc testing Breath and movement class Raffle to win Wellness Packages at Center Point Healing and other prizes
Bring a friend,... Read more »
Designed for individuals who do well with a little support while they work to reconstitute their best health habits after holiday parties and over-the-top meals took over. This program that provides participants with individual support from a licensed nutritionist via in-person meetings, phone support and a facebook group, with a focus on whole foods, self-care and physical activity.
The introductory meeting on January 14th gives participants tools begin to limit certain foods from their diets, to shop, to prepare a... Read more »
Designed for people who need some support in reading
ingredient lists on packaged salad dressings to help
them decide what to buy.
This 60-minute workshop
defines some of the chemical, color and thickening
agents found in popular salad dressings. Label-reading
guidelines will help individuals evaluate what to look for
when shopping for dressings. Simple, easy-to-follow
recipes for salad dressings will be shared and
demonstrated so that individuals can make their own
salad dressings from scratch.
This is a 60- minute workshop that provides participants with a
framework for meal planning so that they can enjoy a
whole foods diet without spending all their time in the
kitchen. Participants will receive time saving tips for
shopping and cooking shortcuts to prepare for a week
of quick breakfasts, lunches and snack possibilities as
well as dinner ideas to last the entire week.
Email Kathy with any questionsRead more »
Based on traditional cooking as outlined in Sally
Fallon’s books Nourishing Traditions and Nourishing
Broth. Participants will be introduced to the nutritional
and health benefits of bone broth and how-to steps to
make your own broth at home. Broth samples will be
given to all participants. Participants will walk away
knowing why to add broth to their diet, how to make
and store a bone broth, and how to use bone broths in
every day cooking to... Read more »
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