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Creative Eldering: Acupuncture: An Ancient Method for Modern Health

Thousands of years ago a young warrior in China was stricken by excruciating pain in his shoulder. His painful and stiff shoulder nearly prevented him from fighting in battles, but he continued to persevere. After seeking the help of his doctor, who despite his best efforts could not help the warrior, the warrior became resigned […]

Creative Eldering: Clinical Kinesiology

~ By Susan L. Levy, D.C. ~ Have you taken a moment to marvel at the finesse and beauty of the movements of Olympic figure skaters, dancers, or athletes? Kinesiology is a science that studies and analyses the biomechanics of the muscles, bones, ligaments, and joints that allow these graceful, powerful movements.

Creative Eldering: Youthing

~By Susan L. Levy, D.C ~ While writing my book, Your Aging Body Can Talk, I coined the term “youthing.” Youthing is the conscious process of figuratively regressing in age for healthful purposes such as memory enhancement, physical vitality, and emotional health. It implies the opposite of aging. We can adopt this positive approach to life […]

Creative Eldering: Brain Longevity

For many seniors, one of the biggest concerns about aging revolves around their cognitive decline and memory impairment. Many factors that affect brain health are within our control and can make a significant difference in our cognitive function. The good news is that if you’ve been following this series, you have already read about many […]

Creative Eldering: Inflammation: The Anti-Youthing Agent

Modern research is still in the process of connecting all of the dots between excess inflammation and numerous disease processes such as arthritis, diabetes, heart disease, neurological diseases including dementia and even cancer, but it is already widely accepted that the presence of excessive inflammation in your body is problematic. In some cases, inflammation is […]

Creative Eldering: And Trash the Rest

Last month this series focused on eating what you are made of. The follow-up to that idea will be this month’s topic and surround the principle of detoxification. Now that you may be implementing the idea of “eat what you are made of,” we can “trash the rest.” Most people are aware of and may […]

Malley Senior Recreation Center

Guest Speaker – Dr. Susan L. Levy, D.C. “Your Aging Body Can Talk” Thursday, September 7, 10:30am, Tickets $6 Susan has a wealth of state-of-the-art information to help you thrive physically, emotionally and spiritually as we age. She will share how to develop an anti-inflammation diet and lifestyle, how to deal with factors that affect […]

Creative Eldering: Eat What You are Made Of

Imagine that you are trying to find the best way to build a house. Your first step might be to create a list of the building materials required. Then you might research reputable sources for high quality materials. If you are not highly skilled in construction you may next begin searching out a qualified team […]

Creative Eldering: Move it and Preserve it

~ By Susan L. Levy, D.C. ~ Have you noticed that when you are physically active your mood and overall feelings are generally more positive and upbeat? An incredible amount of research over the years has repeatedly demonstrated daily exercise provides mental benefits in addition to physical. While exercising, the human brain releases neurotransmitters including, […]

Creative Eldering: Coming to Terms

Throughout our lives, we may face unique challenges, but to have gotten this far, we can reflect on the process of achieving important milestones. As we journey toward elderhood, we can meet our personal trials with the vast amounts of wisdom we have gained throughout our lives. As wise elders, we have the advantage of […]

Creative Eldering: Build Your Niche

~ By Susan L. Levy, D.C. ~ Have you ever considered your importance in the ways of the world? Perhaps it’s time to think about how your life thus far has contributed to the spectrum of human experience.

Creative Eldering : The Philosophy and Culture of Eldering

~ By Susan L. Levy ~ When we take a few moments to reflect on the various viewpoints regarding becoming older, we can savor in the wisdom we have gained though our rich life experiences. From a historical perspective, becoming an elder was an honorable and highly revered journey. Throughout the world and in numerous […]

Creative Eldering: A New Approach to Healthy Aging

~ By Susan L. Levy, D.C., Author of “Your Body Can Talk” ~ Are you using the wisdom you’ve learned throughout your years to live your healthiest and best life possible? Are your elder years as fulfilling and enjoyable as you imagined them to be? As a healthcare practitioner and author, I have made it […]

Stanley Film Festival announces first wave of program

Horror icon Eli Roth to accept Inaugural Visionary Award at closing night film Aftershock (Denver, CO) – The Stanley Film Festival (SFF), now presented by NBC Universal’s Chiller, announced  its feature films for the inaugural event that will run May 2 – 5, 2013 in Estes Park, Colo. Celebrating the best in independent horror cinema, […]