Holistic Junction's Featured School of the Week: Center for Vital LivingWritten by C. Bailey-Lloyd/LadyCamelot
Recent High School Graduate? Seeking an extraordinary school in which to enroll? Holistic Junction is delighted to present Center for Vital Living as featured school of week.
The Center for Vital Living has belief that '...every individual has an unlimited potential and a purpose in life. It is our responsibility to educate and create a fertile environment in which those latent potentials can be discovered, developed, and utilized, thus enriching one's life.....'
Located in attractive, Hoozier state, in Fort Wayne, Indiana, Vital Center for Living is fully accredited by Indiana Commission on Proprietary Education, Ohio Medical Board, and a member of AMTA Council of Schools.
The Center for Vital Living offers not only one, but three comprehensive Massage Therapy Programs:
- 805 Hour Diploma Program
- 859 Hour Advanced Diploma Program, and
- 1,216 Hour Associate of Applied Science in Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork
As an incentive to attend Center for Vital Living, they offer convenience of two daytime schedules and one weekend/evening schedule as well. Their 805 hour diploma program is comprised of course with an orientation, standard business laws and ethics, medical terminolody (for professional bodyworker), clinical pathology, basic anatomy and physiology, and following curriculum:
Are headlines like this really the best that local news can do?Written by Gianfranco Fracassi
Sometimes I really do think that local means yokel. This is never more case then when it comes to local television news. Somehow it manages to get on our screens twice a day on both BBC1 and ITV, despite it being dull, unimaginative, and generally a waste of everyone’s time. At expense of sounding like stereotypical, capital-centric Londoner, I’ll admit that first time I ever came in contact with local news was when I came to Oxford. At first I thought maybe I was just missing familiar faces and format of local news I was used to at home, but it didn’t take too long for me to realise that what I was watching really was of embarrassingly poor quality. Of course we have local London news, but crucial difference is that things actually happen in London. Similarly I’ve been reliably informed that local news in Northern Ireland doesn’t lack for drama • “Raid on local paramilitary group,” “Multi-million pound bank robbery” • it’s hard to argue that these headlines are anything other than eye-catching, and of course relevant to lives of people watching. Before you start writing angry letters about how happening life is in Outer Hebrides, let me give some examples of recent news stories on our very own BBC South Today.