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Hello Dolly Infants Wear

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Hello Dolly is a company that is known for baby clothes which are nice and yet very affordable. In a recent trade launch. President Mr. Hiro Asanda told everyone about the roots and beginnings of the company. Their company was established in 1956 and started with the manufacture of Infants and Children apparel under the brand Hello Dolly. Baby beddings, Bedsheets, Comforters, Pillowcases and Towels under the Canadian Brand for the domestic market.
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Inner Dance With Pi Villaraza

Experience healing and liberation in this native art rediscovered by Pi Villaraza. An emerging practice that has healed scores of people around the world, Inner Dance’s benefits include healing the body, calming the mind and freeing the spirit.
Inner Dance is a healing practice rediscovered by Pi Villaraza that involves consciously cultivating a trance-like state with the aid of music and movement.  
The practice has healed scores of people around the world and its benefits include calming the mind and increasing awareness to healing emotional and physical ailments and providing catharsis and release. 
Pi is an established international healer who’s facilitated and trained tens of thousands of people around the world. His work has helped to establish communities in Europe, the Middle East, America and across Asia much of which has had numerous applications grounded in medical work, education, dialogue, ecology, trauma, neurology and psychology. His work has been documented in numerous articles, movies, radio programs and books around the world for its capacity to heal and transform.
Pi is a Philippine ambassador of the Global Ecovillage Network, and is the founder of Bahay Kalipay and Maia Earth Village in Palawan. He is one of the main proponents of the SHEM or Self-Health Empowerment Movement, which organizes the Wholeness Center Network around the Philippines. Pi is the author of two well-read books, Conscious Trance and Transformation Medicine (co-authored with Dr. Romy Paredes).

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HOLISTIC INTEGRATIVE CARE CENTER

HOLISTIC INTEGRATIVE CARE CENTER is a medical facility in the Philippines that offers revolutionary and multi-dimensional approach to patients; taking account of the whole person; addressing mind, body, spirit and all other aspects involved. HICC makes use of all appropriate therapies, both conventional and alternative to provide patients with the best treatment possible. The medical team of Holistic Integrative Care Center, consider their patients as partners. They treat the whole person and not just the disease.  They involve them in every decision-making; from assessment to the healing process. They provide their patients with broad choice of the extensive treatments available and allow them to decide what they think would suit their needs. They consider all factors that influence health and wellness in order to give patients with optimal health and improved quality of life.


HICC aims to provide superior, safe, cost-effective, and patient-centered integrative health services in a caring and collaborative environment, specialized in both treatment of several diseases and promotion of health and wellness. HICC aims to contribute to patient’s health and well-being through promising and exceptional medical care, guided by our core values and innovation in clinical and medical researches.

One thing that really caught my attention was the talk about Integrative Medicine.

What Is Integrative Medicine?

Integrative medicine, which is also called integrated medicine and integrative health in the United Kingdom,combines alternative medicine with evidence-based medicine. Practitioners claim that it treats the “whole person,” focuses on wellness and health rather than on treating disease, and emphasizes the patient-physician relationship.

Integrative medicine has been criticized for compromising the effectiveness of mainstream medicine through inclusion of ineffective alternative remedies, for claiming it is distinctive in taking a rounded view of a person’s health.

Experts explore new ways to treat the mind, body, and spirit — all at the same time.
Many people have never heard of integrative medicine, but this holistic movement has left its imprint on many of the nation’s hospitals, universities, and medical schools.


Treating the Whole Person
Both doctors and patients alike are bonding with the philosophy of integrative medicine and its whole-person approach — designed to treat the person, not just the disease.

IM, as it’s often called, depends on a partnership between the patient and the doctor, where the goal is to treat the mind, body, and spirit, all at the same time.

While some of the therapies used may be nonconventional, a guiding principle within integrative medicine is to use therapies that have some high-quality evidence to support them.

Conventional and Alternative Approaches

Integrative Medicine is a classic model of integrative care. It combines conventional Western medicine with alternative or complementary treatments, such as herbal medicine, acupuncture, massage, biofeedback, yoga, and stress reduction techniques — all in the effort to treat the whole person. Proponents prefer the term “complementary” to emphasize that such treatments are used with mainstream medicine, not as replacements or alternatives.

What makes integrative medicine appealing? Advocates point to deep dissatisfaction with a health care system that often leaves doctors feeling rushed and overwhelmed and patients feeling as if they’re nothing more than diseased livers or damaged joints. Integrative medicine seems to promise more time, more attention, and a broader approach to healing — one that is not based solely on the Western biomedical model, but also draws from other cultures.

Patients want to be considered whole human beings in the context of their world.

The Mind-Body Connection

A researcher who has done groundbreaking work on interactions between the brain and the immune system, says technological breakthroughs in science during the past decade have convinced even skeptics that the mind-body connection is real.

Physicians and academic researchers finally have the science to understand the connection between the brain and the immune system, emotions and disease. All of that we can now finally understand in terms of sophisticated biology.

That newfound knowledge may help doctors to see why an integrative approach is important. Visit them  at UG11, CPT Condominium, Calle Estacion, Makati City (In Front of PNR Pasay Road Station).

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Globe-Pusod, Inc. partnership boosts Taal ecotourism

In 2012, Pusod tapped Globe for the use of ICT to enhance implementation of the Taal Volcano Protected Landscape (TVPL) Management Plan designed to ensure the economic and environmental sustainability of the Taal Lake ecosystem which covers 13 municipalities and 3 cities in Batangas and Cavite.


One of the key programs implemented by Globe and Pusod to address the area’s environmental issues is the promotion of ecotourism which gives a low-impact alternative to commercial tourism. This not only helps protect the environment but also provides livelihood to communities around the lake. Continue reading

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Kenwood Philippines Launch

Last month, at the beautiful British Ambassador’s residence at the posh Forbes Park, I and other blogger friends were lucky to have been invited at the launch of the award-winning British brand, Kenwood.
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This particular launch had massive international support with regional directors from Hong Kong, Australia and The UK helping plan, participate and attend the launch. The event itself was held at the British ambassador’s residence and had a one of a kind display featuring a Mini Cooper being pulled by a Kenwood Kitchen Machine. Fun fact: this was the first time this had been done outside of The UK. Continue reading