Small Business Saturday is here!!!!

Any supplement orders placed this weekend via our website, phone orders 843-732-4140 or email orders I'll be donating 10% of sales to the Weston A Price foundation!!!  #smallbizsaturday #shopsmall this is good for ANY supplement line we sell!

If you'd like to get a chiropractic or massage package, I can do that too!  Feel free to call for info on that! 

I truly thank you for all of your continued support and love! 

Its time to GET HEALTHY!!!




Yoga is NOW at Seaside!

We are extremely excited to announce our new yoga instructor Keely Doran!  

Keely graduated from her teacher training program in Knoxville, TN in 2015 under the prudent guidance and instruction of Cindy Dollar, a certified Iyengar practioner out of Asheville, NC. Cindy’s emphasis on detail and alignment coupled with Keely’s natural inclination toward a strong physical practice produce an approach that is both physically challenging and mindfully engaging.

Halfway into her training, Keely found out she was expecting and became intensely passionate and involved with both prenatal yoga and later, mama/baby yoga, developing sequences based on her own experiences.  She is exceedingly grateful to have completed her yoga training before giving birth as it truly eased her transition into motherhood. Always looking for new ways to apply the practice to the rigors of being a new mama, Keely is a firm believer that yoga meets you where you are and because of this, is indeed for everybody.  

Come join us for our on going classes Saturday's at 10am -Yoga for the Young Ones and 11:30am - Mommy and Me Yoga.  For the month of August, we are offering introductory rates of $7 per child for the Yoga for Young Ones and $10 for the Mommy and Me Yoga class.

Packages will be available to purchase!

You may also schedule your visit on meetup!  

You may also schedule a private or small group session.  Please call for rates.

Please call to reserve a spot on the mat!  843-971-1000.

 Keely Doran

Keely Doran



10% off Brain Octane oil & XCT oil! - Bulletproof




Brain Octane oil and XCT oil is your go-to fuel source for mental and physical performance. It is naturally found in coconut oil in small quantities, and we concentrate it to provide you with the purest energy source possible.

Our oils rapidly provides mental and physical energy, powering your day by supporting cognitive function and keeping you satisfied and free from food cravings. Add it to your daily routine, and experience the state of high performance.

Experience the power of using quality fats for fuel, keeping you full and focused for hours!

What's the difference?

XCT oil consists of C10, Capric Acid, Making up 9% of coconut oil. It is triple-distilled in a non-oxygen atmosphere. You would need SIX tablespoons of coconut oil to get ONE tablespoon of XCT oil. That's good stuff.

Brain Octane oil consists of C8, Caprylic Acid - The rarest MCT making up 6% of coconut oil. Is hast potent anti-microbial properties (way more potent than lauric acid) to help you maintain a healthy guy, and it is the fastest to metabolize in the brain!

Bottom line -- we need these healthy fats in our diet! Either one (or BOTH) will benefit you, your body, and help you reach your peak performance. Every. Day.



Rediscover Restful Sleep Naturally

When was the last time you fell asleep within minutes, and woke up feeling rested? At least 60 million Americans experience sleeplessness to a point that they seek support from a medical provider. In fact, sleep concerns in the U.S add up to an estimated $16 billion in medical costs each year.

Stress, physical health, medications, and menopause are common underlying factors. Psychological factors are among the biggest culprits. You might not realize how strongly your mood and stress during the day affects your sleep performance. This is a two-way street, as sleep also impacts mental health.

Whether you are having trouble falling or staying asleep, consider these lifestyle changes:
• Support daytime relaxation and stress management with any of the following strategies:
• Yoga
• Meditation
• Visualization
• Guided relaxation
• Counseling
• Turn off the TV at least 1 hour prior to bedtime. Also avoid looking at bright computer or mobile device screens.
• Exercise regularly, but avoid exercise within 4 hours prior to bed.
• Turn your bedroom into a "sleep sanctuary" that is quiet, dark and at a comfortable temperature.

Eating for better sleep
Sleep depends on proper neurotransmission—the communication between neurons in the brain and nervous system.  To support these delicate systems, your diet should contain plenty of leafy greens, fiber and protein to provide the amino acids, vitamins and minerals that the brain needs to fall asleep and stay asleep.

Foods to eat
• Fermented foods
• Legumes
• Root vegetables
• Kale, spinach and other dark greens
• Berries
• Lean meats
• Cold-water fish (salmon, mackerel, herring, trout)
• Cruciferous vegetables
• Nuts, seeds and whole grains

Foods to avoid
• Packaged foods
• Caffeine-containing beverages after 2:00 PM
• Refined carbohydrates and sugars
• Alcohol

Keep in mind that eating a large meal close to bedtime may cause you to toss and turn. On the other hand, not eating enough may cause you to wake up in the middle of the night. Keep a diary as to when you eat and how well you sleep to help determine what works for you.

Supplements that provide the building blocks and cofactors for neurotransmission can also support and balance neurotransmission for restful sleep.
Magnesium supports normal biorhythms and sleep patterns. It is one of the first minerals to be lost during food processing, and one of the first to leave the body during everyday stress. A dose of 200-300 mg magnesium glycinate or citrate before bed supports sleep onset and duration through the night. Several weeks may be needed to take effect.
Glycine is an amino acid and neurotransmitter that starts working right away. Try 3 grams within 30-45 minutes before bed.
5-HTP is a precursor to serotonin that is often useful for sleep support when taken 30-60 minutes before bedtime at a dose of 50-200 mg.
GABA is another calming neurotransmitter that helps brain cells "calm down" as a prelude to a normal sleep cycle. During the day, it can help with stress management and mood without causing drowsiness. For sleep support, mix 500-750 mg with one cup of water. Drink half 30 minutes prior to bed, and if you awake in the night, drink the remaining half.
L-theanine is a unique amino acid that promotes mental and physical relaxation within about 30-40 minutes after consumption. It does not cause drowsiness, but like GABA, it can create a calm mental state conducive to sleep onset.                                                                                Vitamin D3/K2 works in conjunction with Magneium to help reset your circadian rhythm.  Try 5,000 IU along with the magnesium about an hours before you'd like to fall asleep.

Studies show that sufficient sleep duration is essential to keeping a positive outlook on life, maintaining focus and mental acuity, and even keeping your appetite in check. More importantly, studies show that proper sleep protects the heart, blood vessels and keeps your metabolic health in check. With this holistic diet and lifestyle approach, you support both mind and body and help you stay on the path to total wellness. 

Live, Love and Align!

Dr. Erikka Curia