Selección TED: “Loving your lady parts as a path to success, power & global change” – Alisa Vitti

Selección TEDx: “Loving your lady parts as a path to success, power & global change” – Alisa Vitti

“Alisa Vitti, HHC, AADP (Holistic Health Counselor, American Association of Drugless Practitioners) founded Laughing Sage Wellness, now the FLO Living Center LLC, in Manhattan, ten years ago—this, after battling the frustrating health symptoms of polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) and then healing herself through food and lifestyle changes. Alisa has degrees from Johns Hopkins University and the Institute of Integrative Nutrition, where she fine-tuned her unique approach to helping women in their 20s, 30s, and 40s correct their own hormonal imbalances and chronic GYN issues using medicinal foods, exercise, supplements, and lifestyle modifications. Since then, Alisa and her team have worked with thousands of women on four continents to help them regain hormonal balance, get pregnant naturally, lose weight, clear skin, heal cystic ovaries, eliminate PMS, heal fibroids, regulate periods, and boost their libido. In addition to specializing in reproductive and hormonal health, she helps women connect to, and express their feminine energy. She teaches women how to live their best and most powerful lives by owning and operating their biochemistry. Alisa’s five-step program, FLO Living, is currently the subject of a clinical study in conjunction with a reproductive research scientist from Columbia University in conjunction with the Sher Institute for Reproductive Medicine.

Beyond her clinical work, Alisa is also a transformational speaker who debunks myths about chronic GYN issues and inspires listeners to take control of their health. Alisa has spoken at numerous colleges, workshops, corporations, online virtual summits, health fairs, and women’s organizations and sororities. She was recently selected as Hay House Inc.’s first-ever “Mover & Shaker”—and was invited to speak at the “I Can Do It” conference, along side other notable figures like Dr. Wayne Dyer, Dr. Christiane Northrup, and Cheryl Richardson. Alisa has spoken at the Women’s International Summit for Health, presented the keynote at The Reveal Conference hosted by Donna Karan’s Urban Zen Foundation, and has spoken at American Infertility Association’s annual conference.

Alisa’s media and social networking exposure is rapidly growing. She’s been featured in various traditional media outlets including CBS News, Huffington Post, Fox Business News, Life & Style, and various internet radio shows and blogs. She is also an expert blogger for,, and contributes to,,, and other prominent sites. In the publishing world, she penned a chapter on preserving and protecting fertility in Melanie Notkin’s Savvy Auntie: The Ultimate Guide for Cool Aunts, Great Aunts, Godmothers, and All Women Who Love Kids (William Morrow, 2011) and is a featured expert in Dr. Christiane Northrup’s newest edition of Women’s Bodies, Women’s Wisdom (Bantam, 2010).

She is currently expanding her new online healthcare venture for women as CEO of”

Conferencia “Diseño de Casas Sanas” Arq. Gabriela Kosoblik – Argentina

Conferencia “Diseño de Casas Sanas” Arq. Gabriela Kosoblik – Argentina

La conferencia trata de como diseñar casas sanas, a partir de conocer los aspectos invisibles de la arquitectura.
Abarca aspectos de Feng Shui, Geobiología.
Bioconstrucción, Diseño sustentable.

Titulo : Diseño de casas sanas

Arq. Graciela kosoblik, egresada de la Universidad de Mar del Plata Argentina en 1977. Actividad de diseño , obras y difusión ininterrumpida desde entonces.
Directora del estudio Luz de Acuario.Mar del Plata Argentina.
Facilitadora de instrucción en Feng Shui, Geobiologia, Bioconstruccion.
Postgrado en diseño de Ecoaldeas en la UOC, Cataluña, España.
Al frente del grupo cooperativo de trabajo: Luz de Acuario Bioconstrucción.
Con obras de construccion natural legalmente aprobadas por los Municipios respectivos en Argentina.
Conferencista y participante en programas de televisión sobre arquitectura y vida Sana por mas de 20 años.

Ubicación: Barrio Escalante, Del Centro cultural costarricense norteamericano, 100N y 50 Oeste.

conferencia arq Graciela

Yoga Inc

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Director: John Philp

Año: 2007

Duración: 58 min

País: Canada

Primer enlace (Inglés)

Yoga has transformed from an ancient spiritual practice into a competitive, commercialized, multi-million dollar industry. And for a practice rooted in renunciation, yoga sure is making some people very rich. This Yoga documentary, YOGA INC. ponders if yoga survive the war between the sacred and the profane with its good karma intact?

Esak Garcia is a star on the burgeoning competitive yoga circuit, racking up cash prizes and edging ever closer to snagging an endorsement deal. But Esak’s ultimate goal is the Olympics, a dream instilled in him by his guru, Bikram Choudhury. Bikram’s supporters applaud his crusade to have yoga recognized as an Olympic sport. His detractors are horrified. It’s typical of the controversies that surround the ‘Bad Boy of Yoga’. Bikram has also copyrighted his popular yoga style. Those who teach ‘Bikram yoga’ without playing by his rules are hit with crippling copyright infringement fees. So a group of yoga studio owners take Bikram to court to pose an important legal question; can anyone ‘own’ yoga?

In today’s yoga world only the marketplace has real meaning, where everything is up for grabs, from yoga shoes to chakra panties. The new mantras are Standardize and Supersize. In the race to cash in yoga chains (‘McYoga’?) are popping up everywhere, putting the smaller studios out of business. No wonder purists are scratching their heads. Is nothing sacred?

Greed, lust, ego and the search for enlightenment all come together in this original, irreverent portrait of spiritualism and capitalism colliding head on.

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Entrevista Comunidad 870: Huertos Urbanos de Costa Rica

  El día de hoy estuvimos conversando en Comunidad 870, la radio, sobre la presentación de nuestro proyecto Huertos Urbanos de Costa Rica, el cual busca crear una red de Huertos Urbanos en nuestro país que facilite el intercambio de conocimientos, recursos y manos.

Agradecemos a Marvin de Radio Comunidad 870 por el espacio.