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613-839-1198, reception [at] ecowellness [dot] com
Learning Centre, Carp Ridge Learning Centre
The Carp Ridge EcoWellness Centre will be offering programs for all ages on healing, healthy lifestyle, nature and sustainability starting this fall. A calendar of events will be made available on our website and in future newsletters. Anyone interested in collaborating is invited to contact Lori at 613-839-1198 or lori[AT]ecowellness[DOT]com.
For a list of new practice locations for your healthcare professionals, please click here.
Please call ahead if you plan to drop by: 613-839-1198
Full-time position for someone who is knowledgeable about whole food cooking, likes to help organize/clean a home and is willing to do various errands in a “green” household. Occasional childcare for an active 6 year old boy. Basic computer skills, valid driver’s license and police check required. Hours and wages to be discussed. Respond to firstname.lastname@example.org, thanks!
Thank you so much to Kelsey, Haley, Hannah, Katherine and Madeleine for volunteering at Carp Ridge EcoWellness Centre on Wednesday May 6, 2015. With the help of you and your team, we were able to get our fire pit ready for the summer programs; move four trailers full of brush and collect a good portion of the garbage and recycling that has landed on the roadside over the winter. You diverted a great deal of recyclable material from going to a landfill for which we are truly grateful. read more…
Charles was an endearing patient of mine for several years. We had one of those instant heart connections and it was a true honour to work with him. In spite of a long relationship with cancer that created a lot of limitations, Charles did his best to continue enjoying the little things in life, including riding his motorcycle!
Charles was a gentle soul with piercing blue eyes, read more…
The Hand That Rocks the World; An Inquiry Into Truth, Power and Gender, is now available on Amazon worldwide as both a kindle e-book and a trade paperback. To purchase, go here.
Courtesy of http://www.thegardengrazer.com
An inspired vegan twist on the classic chicken caesar salad read more
The Carp Ridge Learning Centre is the perfect venue for a variety of workshops, conferences, retreats, discussion groups, creative activities, children, youth and adult programs, drumming, meditation and yoga classes, etc. read more…
Retreat, Flow, & Heal in Nature ~ Experience the wilderness of the Carp Ridge
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We share recipes, health tips, upcoming events, and wise words read more…
On Saturday May 23, 2015, activists around the world will, once again, unite to March Against Monsanto.
Why do we march?
Research studies have shown that Monsanto’s genetically-modified foods can lead to serious health conditions such as the development of cancer tumours, infertility and birth defects. In the United States, the FDA, the agency tasked with ensuring food safety for the population, is steered by ex-Monsanto executives, and we feel that’s a questionable conflict of interests and explains the lack of government-lead research on the long-term effects of GMO products. Recently, the U.S. Congress and president collectively passed the nickname… See More
Tiny Ripples is the theme. Please share this with other Ottawa women who want to make a difference and do your best to attend this important local event. May 29, 2015.
Desire Map Workshop Level 1 led by Melanie Paquette
Saturday June 6, 2015
What if every decision you ever have to make, for the rest of your life, was … easy? What if clarity (about your job, your health, your marriage) came rushing in like flood waters?
That is what happened to me, when I figured out my core desired feelings. I’d like to help you uncover yours.
Join me for the Desire Map Workshop Level 1 to discover how you truly want to feel.
Register in advance: http://melaniepaquette.com/desiremap
Holistic Children’s Program
July 6-10, 2015
Cost: $200 for the week (pay as you can available for those who require it)
More details to come in the May newsletter.
Sitting at my kitchen window again, I’m listening to birds and enjoying blossom-scented air wafting in through screens keeping an army of mosquitos at bay. It’s my favourite time of year despite the insects and I’m hoping that spraying with garlic oil will discourage them enough for us to be able to enjoy the outdoors in peace. I’ll let you know, as it’s a non-toxic product and would be a marvellous solution if it works. If so, I’m even going to take it camping!
For the April blog I wrote about the struggles of my sister Lili read more…
Did you know that water levels this spring are the lowest since the early 1900’s? If you are on a well wanting to avoid going dry or in the city trying to decrease your water bill, here are some ways to save a good percentage of your household water: read more…
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