The_Holistic_Health_Show, March 6, 2010

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Yoga and Massage for Chronic Back Bain

March 7th, 2010




Dr Carl O Helvie, Host, interviewed three experts on yoga and massage on the Holistic Health Show last night. They were Elaine Masters (left), Dr Kathy Gruver (Right) and Peggy Hall (lower right).

Elaine is award winning author of Drive Time Yoga and has launched the Flytime Yoga Passport Wallet and Booklet. She holds degrees and certification in yoga and has been teaching for years. 

Kathy holds a doctorate in traditional naturopathic medicine, a masters in natural health and is pursuing a PhD. She has been featured in national magazines and interviewed on numerous radio shows. Her upcoming book the Alternative Medicine Cabinet will be on the market next month. She also produced an instructional massage DVD titled Therapeutic Massage at Home: Learn to Rub People the Right Way

Peggy Hall is a featured wellness expert for ABC Radio Network with the Weekly Segment syndicated to 200 stations coast to coast. She is the creator of the best selling Yoga for Surfers instructional DVD. 

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This show could save your life by providing you with comprehensive holistic interventions for staying well and overcoming illnesses. Staying healthy and overcoming illnesses involve a combination of body-mind-spirit-environment-relationship-political interventions. I believe these should be the most effective ones available and also the least caustic and invasive.

The host uses and recommends a combination of holistic interventions for maximum effectiveness in maintaining health but many guests will present an in depth discussion on one aspect of the whole. Interventions in the six areas identified above should be used together, however, for maximum effectiveness.