Issue 15 | May/June 2018
A car accident forever altered life for Sabrina Fritts. Discover why Sabrina left the corporate world and became a coach and healer. Through her intuitive gifts, she assists others in “lightening up” and bringing joy back into every day life.
We explore the importance of taking ownership of our day, the benefits of quality rest, making ourselves a priority, and we learn how a spring cleanse can help us feel better.
Elements For A Healthier Life Magazine was published as a digital magazine from May 2016 to the May/June 2018 issue. The program used to display the publication on the internet was used to design the layout. In converting the digital editions to .pdf format, some of the layout elements were altered and misaligned.
Publisher & Editor
Cynthia (C.K.) Kochis
Dr. Ginny Baro
Susan Wilking Horan
Living in Alignment
…an interview with Sabrina Fritts
A roll-over “accident” was the wake-up call Sabrina Fritts needed to see that there was more to life than a merry-go-round of obligations. During the workweek, her attention was focused on raising three children, working a corporate job,and assisting her husband in expanding his business. On the weekends she tended household chores, ran weekly errands and packed in as much quality-time, as she could, with her family.
Feeling drained and having little to no energy to enjoy the simple things, Sabrina knew she was not meant to…
“…it may seem counter-productive – even counter-intuitive – to rest in the midst of an important task, personal emergency or natural disaster.”
Rest For The Weary;
7 Important Benefits of Rest
by Susan Wilking Horan
“While anytime is a good time to make healthy changes, energetically, spring is a powerful season to shed old patterns and behaviors, and adopt a healthier lifestyle.”
By Rachel Kieffer
“Prana is life force energy. ‘Pra’ means first and ‘na’ is the most basic unit of energy, therefore practicing pranayama is to expand your life force energy with control.”
From Pranayama To Pratyahara
By Susan Wall
“Standing at the base of the tower, I placed my hands on the cement wall and closed my eyes.”
Morning With The Light
By Barb Parcells