Fri February 14, 2014
Whole Health (Rebroadcast)
Not everything can be cured with a pill. At least, that’s what we've been finding out in recent years. A new movement has started: the whole health movement. This wave of education and awareness brings with it the encouragement of individuals taking more control of their own health. And how do they do this? Through a plethora of activities and choices like eating less meat, practicing yoga, drinking tea and integrating more preventative measures into their daily routines. Some call this alternative or integrative medicine, but what is integrative medicine? Where did it begin? A conversation about health and integrative medicine, in an encore presentation of Charlotte Talks. Originally Aired March 28, 2013.
Dr. Russell Greenfield – Director of Greenfield Integrative Healthcare and President of Greenfield Consulting
Amy Sullivan – Whole Health educator at Davidson College
Adrienne Wei – Owner, Inner Peace Acupuncture and Wellness
Melanie Snyder - Founder, organizer, and instructor of Charlotte Yoga Club