Tuesday, April 30, 2013

Holistic Education Summer Internship Opportunity

There will be no financial compensation. 


· Must be a high school graduate or have a GED. 
· Must have reliable transportation and valid driver’s license. 
· Must be staying in Northeast Ohio during time of internship. 
· Must be a non-smoker (at least while on active Intern duty.) 
· Must be able to lift approximately 20lbs. 
· Must submit a 300-word essay about why you want this experience. Send essay, by May 15th, to janehashcnhp@gmail.com 
· Must be willing to put in a minimum of 30-hours of service beginning June 1st and ending August 31st. 
· Must be an example of health and vitality. 


· Intern will assist me with classes I am teaching this summer including preparation before class, assist during class, and teardown after class.

· Intern will meet with me one-on-one, a week before each class.

Benefits to Intern: 

· Intern will get hands on experience in making/learning to use Ear Candles, herbal formulations, probiotics, and digestive enzymes.

· Intern will get a copy of all handouts given in classroom.

· Intern will get his/her own capsule machine.

· At the end of this internship, Intern will get a one-hour Holistic Instruction on the topic of his/her choice.

· Intern with be provided a letter of recommendation at the end of internship.

Sunday, April 28, 2013

Quote Of The Week

"Emotions that aren't released bounce around inside until they are translated into a comfortable and appropriate physical means of self-expression."

Wednesday, April 17, 2013

Holistic Vitality Multi-Tasking

I feel it is important for my readers and students to know that I truly practice what I preach.  That is why I have started posting more photos of myself, doing the variety of things that I write about.  Hopefully, it enhances your visit here and makes you want to come back and see what new projects I'm working on!

Being healthy in today's busy world can be rather challenging at times.  Multi-tasking is often a necessity for me, so I can get to the bottom of my 'To Do' list by the end of the day.  I had no time to sit still for lunch today while I was dying my hair with henna and rinsing my Tibicos so they can make me a new batch of Water Kefir. Fortunately, I have some homemade green smoothie-pops left from when I made too much green smoothie.  For me, they are an excellent and tasty meal replacement.  

Now, my hair looks great, Water Kefir is brewing, and my hunger was satisfied until dinner time!

Sunday, April 14, 2013

This Is What An Herbalist Looks Like

Hello, lovely Readers!  I'm having a fantastically productive weekend grinding and mixing herbs which will soon be put into capsules by my own little hands.  This is a lot of tedious and time consuming hard work but the benefit of optimal health makes it all worth while.  Keeping myself healthy, happy, and full of vitality is my responsibility which I take very seriously...though it is hard to look serious while wearing a mask and Batman t-shirt.

Thank you Montel Williams for designing the superior Health Master food emulsifier and thank you Spirit Apothecary for supplying herbs of the highest quality it a timely fashion!

Tuesday, April 9, 2013

Time For Spring Cleaning!

Hello there, my lovely Readers!  Sorry it has been over a month since I have posted anything.  I shall do my best to be more diligent in sharing information in a timely fashion in the future!

It is officially Spring yet it took a while to really settle in here in northeast Ohio.  I decided to celebrate Spring's arrival anyway by doing an internal cleanse, regardless of the frigid temperatures.  I must admit that the cold weather made it a challenge to drink the abundance of cold grape juice that was on my menu.

Before I get into the dirty details of how I get my insides sparkling clean every Spring, I want to address people's differences.  This is a very important point to consider when choosing an appropriate cleansing protocol for yourself.  Everybody is different.  We all know this.  Every body is different as well.  This perspective is all too often overlooked in the health care field.  Every person's body has unique needs.  While there are established and respected cleansing programs that work great for most people, some of us need to make adjustments to such programs to insure our body's needs are being met.  

The cleansing program I based my Spring cleanse on was Dr. Christopher's 3 Day Cleanse.  This is a rather aggressive program but I have done it before and was very pleased with the results.  Since I am about two feet, seven inches tall with an average weight of 38lbs, I had to make some adjustments to this program.  

On the first day, I drank prune and grape juice but only half as much as the program recommends.  I also took half as much olive oil as the program recommends. It proved to be a very cleansing day indeed.  Much of it was spent in the bathroom.  On the second day, I continued with the prune juice.  I also ate a few pieces of fresh fruit and a bowl of homemade vegetable soup.  On the last day, I abstained from fruit juice.  However, I continued eating fresh fruit, more vegetable soup, and a baked potato with olive oil and black pepper. It was the best potato ever!  During all three days of this cleanse, I also took Dr. Christopher's Lower Bowel formula in capsule form.

I am very pleased with the results of my cleanse.  I didn't weigh myself before or after because too much emphasis is put on our weight and I didn't want to feed into that.  However, I can tell I lost weight.  My skin is clearer and I have lots more energy now!  Cleansing can be temporarily uncomfortable but the long-term benefits are definitely worth it.  

If you need a specialized cleanse because of your unique body, do not do it on your own.  For your safety, seek the guidance of a health care professional.

Be well!
Jane Hash, CNHP