November 29, 2021
Monday 9-12:30, Tuesday 3-6, Wednesday 9-12:30
Thursday 9-12:30 and 3-6 and Friday 9-12:30
Read Below For Some Exciting News From The Dekalb Symphony Orchestra
Happy Hanukkah With the First Candle lit Yesterday
Jews across the world lit their first Hanukkah candle, the first of eight, celebrating the Miracle of Light. Here are some sites to explain it all.
Meaning of Hanukkah:
Please Join Us During Our Yearly Holiday Food Drive
Please bring non-perishable food, cans and boxes and place it within our Blue Bin. As it fills, we will bring it to a local food pantry. Each year we have provided hundreds of dollars of food and hopefully more this year. If you wish, place money in our container and I will purchase food for you. We will continue to collect until after Christmas. We will be giving them to The Tucker Community Outreach located at 4213 Fellowship Road. I understand they are busy helping those less fortunate
Please be happy you have enough to give, some are not so lucky
E-mail message this week .. Chill Out
Years ago while driving through Clarkston, I heard Dr. Joyce Brothers, one of the first radio psychologists, discuss a unique concept. She mentioned that in the past a vacation was a luxury but today, and this was over 30 years ago, vacations are a necessity. Considering the stress we have been through and the turmoil that continues to embroil our world, I’d say she was right on mark.
We just had our office vacation week and many of you also took a few days off for Thanksgiving so hopefully your batteries are recharged, your goals are being met and you feel refreshed and ready to take on the day. Oh, if it was that easy.
Well, it isn’t that hard to take a deep breath, stand down any anxiety, regroup your inner thoughts and take charge. Below are some ideas that will begin the chill. First, get ready for Christmas, hanging ornaments, planning family time and reflecting on the purpose of the day not the sales and hoopla.
Christmas, as was Thanksgiving, is family and friend’s holiday. Some of the best movie classics are about Christmas, about renewal, forgiveness and family. So take time to reflect and draw a new path towards wellness, inner strength and wisdom. Don’t be shy or embarrassed to seek guidance and help from friends or clergy if you feel overwhelmed.
As a chiropractor, I am more than a technician adjusting the spine, I feel I am an advocate towards your health and wellness. Taking advantage of what we have to offer such as nutrition and rehabilitative therapies and maintaining your adjustments, at least monthly, is one way to allow your body to take a deep breath, reduce physical and emotional tension and as the Army commercial says: Be All That You Can Be.
Below are some ideas as well as where to chill from now until the New Year. Start with the Lights of Life. For quite some time, Life University, College of Chiropractic in Marietta my alma mater, has a grand display of lights with cars backed up for miles ready to drive by. They are on display now until the New Year: www.life.edu/lights-of-life/
Life University's campus is located in Marietta, Georgia.
1269 Barclay Circle, Marietta, GA 30060
Here are some ideas to chill and where to see the holiday lights throughout Atlanta:
Finding Inner Peace:
Best Display of Christmas Lights around Atlanta:
Use Your Flex Account:
If you have funds available in your office flex accounts they can be used for whole food supplements, orthotics, cervical pillows, lumbar back cushions as well as advanced sessions for cold laser, rapid release etc. Don’t lose it, use it for health and wellness.
Breaking News … DSO’s Music Goes LIVE!
As many of you know I have been in the French Horn section of the Dekalb Symphony Orchestra for over 30 years. It always amazes me that very few classical music fans living in Dekalb and Gwinnett counties know very little about the DSO. Well, we are over 70 strong, wear tuxedos during our concerts and perform within ten minutes drive from our office. We rehearse and perform in the Fine Arts Building of Georgia State University, Perimeter College, Clarkston campus.
After a too-long intermission due to the pandemic, the DeKalb Symphony Orchestra is excited to announce their 2022 season, the Conductor Search Series, starting in February 2022.
The 4-concert season introduces the finalist candidates for the position of Music Director/Conductor – each of whom has designed a program with featured soloists and will rehearse the orchestra for multiple weeks and then conduct one concert
Concert dates are: February 15, March 22, May 10 and June 21, 2022. The price for the entire season is $60. www.dekalbsymphony.org/2022-season For full details and to purchase subscriptions or individual tickets, call the DSO office at 678-891-3565 or visit www.dekalbsymphony.org.
If You Don’t make time for health today you will have to make time for your sickness later
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