Join the Austin Public Library (APL) this April for “Talk Green to Me,” a free series of fun and informative discussions, presentations and documentaries at library branches across town. For the whole month, the library will host programs that explore topics such as gray water recycling, urban wildlife habitats, green landscaping, community gardens, growing local, sustainable community planning, small-footprint living, eco homes, the Barton Springs aquifer and even edible insects.
Chiropractic doctor Steven Klayman, owner of Klayman Holistic Chiropractic Clinic, will teach pain relieving techniques in a workshop designed for both health professionals and the general public from 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m., March 14. Klayman will present information on muscle testing, or kinesiology, and teach participants to practice its application to relieve health issues such as back and sacroiliac pain, acid reflux, asthma, headaches, hemorrhoids, and knee and joint pain.
by Sheila Julson
While personal transformation coach and healer Ed Reidt was a practicing chiropractor during the late 1990s and 2000s, he made a connection that physical symptoms his patients had experienced were often brought on by long-held negative emotions such as guilt or anger. By getting to the crux of his patients’ emotional issues and directing them to release adverse feelings, Reidt noticed how their health improved. He couldn’t scientifically explain it, but he saw positive results, so he knew he was on to something special.