Dr. Mica Carew, and Dr. Josie Schmidt talk about their upcoming workshop: Still the Mind, Stabilizing the Hormones, An Introduction to Hormone Balancing and the Mind/Body Connection October 25th and 26th which will be held at Cannon Beach Yoga Arts on the Oregon coast.
Hormone imbalance can manifest in the following ways: Incontinence, weight gain, blood sugar imbalance, menstrual disorder, menopausal symptoms, anxiety and sleep disorders. Doctors Mica and Josie will teach natural gentle ways to bring your hormones back in to balance.
48:35 minutes (44.48 MB)
Tootie Smith is a republican who is running for the US House in Oregon's 5th District. She talked with Don Merrill about her views on forest policy, why she doesn't want drones looking in people's windows and what she would do increase condiality in the Congress. 29:51 minutes (27.33 MB)
David Walker is a non-affiliated candidate running for the US House in Oregon's 3rd District. He talked with Don Merrill about his proposal to create 10 million jobs a year, why infrastructure needs may not always be as urgent as they are portrayed and why he says if Measure 90 passes, Oregon's fledgling marijuana market will be taken over by big corporations with the government's blessing. 28:16 minutes (25.88 MB)
Christina Jean Lugo is a Pacific Green candidate running for the US Senate in Oregon. She talked with Don Merrill about how and why she admires the late Senator Paul Wellstone, why she's not a spoiler for Democrat Senator Jeff Merkley that might get Republican challenger Monica Wehby elected and how Senate Resolution 489 and its unconditional support for Israel is why she decided to run for office. 29:45 minutes (27.23 MB)
Jason Levin is a Pacific Green candidate vying for Oregon's Governor. He talked with Don Merrill about why he believes politics is a mud pit, how he says Oregon media and corporate interests are excluding him from debates by not donating to his campaign and why he says his lack of political experience is a bonus for Oregon voters. 26:58 minutes (24.69 MB)