We’re now reserving space for the upcoming edition of WellBEing Resource ~ Participants featured in over 20,000 locally distributed printed guides, the popular online directory, happenings listed in the community calendar, plus invites to live mixers & events!

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We recently did an interview with local, Priya Darshini, Folsom based Watsu practitioner. Find out more about Watsu and the unique offerings of Priya Darshini HERE. Check out some of the quotes from the interview below:

“Watsu promotes a deep state of relaxation and causes dramatic changes in the autonomic nervous system… Watsu encourages our bodies to relax and allow healing to occur from within.

“When I discovered and fell in love with Watsu, I realized that everything I’d ever learned had prepared me to share this healing gift with others.”

Please check out the full interview HERE.



We have a winner! Click HERE to see more about Dena, PLUS additional art contest submissions and artist’s thoughts on wellbeing in the community, for themselves, and how art interweaves with wellbeing…





Small Biz Saturday in Sacramento: Nov 29th! Visit Midtown Collective at 1914 P St… Shop for gifts, grab tea from Classy Hippie Cafe, view Jen Swift‘s art, + get a free copy of WellBEing Resource, 2014!




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Join Joselhyt Day for Pranic Healing Introduction Classes, meditations and healing clinics, where you’ll get to explore what Pranic Healing is and its many applications.

Where: Holistic Light House 401-B Vernon Street in Roseville.

When: November 22 • 3-6pm

For more info, email joselhyt@yahoo.com or to register, click HERE.

Read more about Pranic Healing, as written by Joselhyt, HERE




saramaitri_online2We recently did an interview with local, Sara Maitri, Sacramento energy healer. Some quotes:

“As a result of my own energy healing, I experienced a profound shift and knew I had to learn these techniques and share them with others.”

“I get to see people become empowered and make steps toward having the life they’ve always wanted.”

“Stuff that has been considered ‘out there’ or ‘woo woo’, science is now proving as real.”

Please check out the full interview HERE.







•2 cups Brown Basmati Rice
•2/3 cup coconut, dry grated/dessicated
•3 1/2 cups water
•1 teaspoon sea salt
•1/2 teaspoon cayenne pepper, powdered
•1 Tablespoon grapeseed or virgin coconut oil


Cook in a rice cooker until water has been absorbed. The finished texture should soft but not gooey and and easily separating with a fork. Serve warm, room temperature, or chilled.


Super simple, yummy AND goes great with the coconut curry soup recipe on page 81 of the 2014 WellBEing Resource print edition (pick one up for free at places listed HERE).


Thank you Baagan for submitting this recipe :) Check out Baagan’s amazing, fresh food at 910 Pleasant Grove Blvd #160 in Roseville, CA Open M-Sat 8am-8pm and Sun 9am-6pm. www.baagan.com