Bob Walling, the 51-year-old owner of the Red and White Diner in Bridgenorth, awaits his opportunity to impress the producers of CBC’s Dragons’ Den during auditions at Trent University Thursday afternoon. GALEN EAGLE/PETERBOROUGH EXAMINER/QMI AGENCY
One of the happiest memories I have as a child is going barefoot on the beach of Lake Couchiching. Just thinking of it brings a smile to my face. Join this workshop and discover the healing powers of being BAREFOOT. Not only will you improve your posture, balance and flexibility, learn about how you can help your body to heal itself. Now is the time to prepare your feet indoors so you’re ready for bare footing when the weather improves. Learn about EARTHING or grounding. The Great Mother provides us with free electrons that our body needs to contribute to a natural healing process. Wearing shoes has cut us off from this incredible gift the earth has to offer. Learn how you can integrate this forgotten component of a holistic approach to everyday life. It’s organic and it’s right under our feet!
Would you like to discover the healing powers of going BAREFOOT? Not only will you improve your balance and flexibility, there’s a possibility you can help your body to heal itself. In the book EARTHING,Clinton Ober talks about how grounding can contribute to a natural healing process. Our bodies are electrically conductive and the influx of negatively charged electrons received through direct contact with the earth neutralizes positive free radicals and the result is that it reduces unwanted inflammation in the body. Wearing shoes has cut us off from this incredible gift the earth has to offer. Learn how you can integrate this forgotten component of a holistic approach to everyday life. It’s organic and it’s right under our feet! Join Sue Kenney and learn all about how you can reconnect!
Walk on the trail at Kahshe Barrens in Muskoka in early spring with Sue and embrace the beauty of nature all around you.