Lancaster, PA – Therapeutic Thymes, LLC announced today that the premiere issue of Therapeutic Thymes will be released the first week of December.
The magazine will promote a more nature and therapeutic way of life. Topics will include aromatherapy, essential oils, crystals, spiritual healing, energy healing, reiki, gardening, and more. It will be released quarterly.
“The articles in Therapeutic Thymes are high quality articles written by experts in their related fields,” said Jeanne Ruczhak-Eckman, Editor of Therapeutic Thymes.
Local columnists are Emma Cate, Stephanie Jack, and Helene Williams.
Emma Cate is a metaphysical healer and has been working with different types of healing for over eight years. She works with crystals closely in her daily practice and has found a deep love and passion for them. Emma lives in Lancaster, PA, where she practices her healing. She writes the Crystal Visions column.
Stephanie Jack, Ph.D is a Holistic Nutrition educator, whose specialty is to tailor clients nutritional needs into their lifestyle for optimum health. Stephanie is a member of the National Association of Nutrition Professionals and author of the book, FOOD FOR THOUGHT Energizing Busy Professionals.
Helene Williams, BSN, RN, is a Reiki practitioner and teacher. She is also the president of the Lancaster Community Reiki Clinic. Her website is www.helenewiliamsreiki.com.
In addition, Essential Sisters will provide a relevant essential oil based recipe. Sisters Giovanni and Gabi Grumelli own Essential Sisters. They handcraft all of their products: bath & body, soothing salves, Relax Sacks, outdoor skin care & more! They sell through their Etsy ship, website, a variety of vendors in Southern Lancaster County and Northern Maryland, as well as relevant area shows.
Other regular columnists include Katie Dubow, the Creative Director at Garden Media Group, and Pam Ruane, Assistant Professor for Lock Haven University of Pennsylvania’s Graduate Physician Assistant Program.
“In addition to our incredible columnists, our feature authors for this premiere issue are also experts in their respective fields,” said Ruczhak-Eckman.
Feature authors are naturalist and geologist Adam M Davis, energy healer Jackie Page, and art therapist Lee Ann Thill.
We are still looking for a few experts in their fields. If you are interested in writing for Therapeutic Thymes, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Therapeutic Thymes will be available by subscription or single issue purchase. It will be carried locally at Terram Olei, located at the Columbia Market House.
For more information about the magazine and its staff, visit http://therapeuticthymes.com.
SOURCE: news release