Natural Awakenings Twin Cities February 2021
Featuring: Heart Health and Eco-Friendly Weddings
Letter from the Publisher
February is the month of love, of being heart-centered and heart-aware. This issue of Natural Awakenings is full of articles that focus on all of these topics.
Now is the perfect time to focus on the people we care about and perhaps learn new ways of being together. In “Romantic Relationship Toolkit” we get several tips to help us connect at a deeper level and communicate more effectively. Author Diana Daffner and her husband Richard are offering a video workshop called “Intimacy Retreat” for those looking to add a bit of magic to their relationship—plus, it makes for a unique Valentine’s gift.
In “Live a Heart-Healthy Lifestyle: Integrative Cardiologists on Preventing Heart Disease” we receive valuable information and helpful tips from top doctors as to how to take care of our heart and live a healthier lifestyle. Local integrative health has found its way to our pages in “The Doctor’s In: Direct Primary Care”. I interview Dr. Isaac Engholm, a Direct Primary Care physician who brings personalized care to patients throughout the Twin Cities at an affordable price. If you are looking to build a close relationship with a primary physician, his unique approach may be just what you are looking for.
I am especially excited to share the article, “Saying ‘I Do’ to the Planet”. Love is in the air and brides across the cities are making plans for their upcoming nuptials. Now may be the perfect time to consider sustainable options sure to make your wedding memorable.
Don’t forget to check out the announcements of upcoming classes, workshops and a wellness expo in our News Briefs. Winter is still upon us and it is a good time to focus on personal development and self-care. There are many options within these pages from talented and heart-centered practitioners to help you do just that.