Life Is Better Aligned.

(Golden, Colorado) It’s New Years Weekend! The brand new year is the perfect time to reflect on the past year and set goals for the year ahead. If your goals are leading you to keeping better care of yourself, there’s a team of advanced practitioners in Jefferson County at The Golden Well Being Collective that can help you live a better and healthier life.

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From yoga to acupuncture, there’s something for everyone at the collective.

Today in the Cloud we visited with Dr. Kevin Holman the founder of Golden Health Chiropractic. Dr. Holman launched his practice within the collective and has established a positive reputation as a caring practitioner.

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Dr. Holman and his Wife Jacque

Tell us about you. Where did you grow up and get your degrees?

I was born and grew up in the small town of La Crescent, Minnesota.  I then headed to Minneapolis where I received my bachelor’s degree in Human Biology and my doctorate in Chiropractic.

Tell us about your practice?

While Chiropractic is known most popularly for serving people with neck and back pain, the scope of its practice achieves so much more than ridding the body of symptoms.  At Golden Health Chiropractic, we have made it our mission to let people know exactly how Chiropractic can help them, their family, and their friends.

How’s it coming?

GHC really took off this year giving the gift of Chiropractic to the masses.  We feel abundantly blessed.  We’re seeing more people than ever before as we continue to shape and serve a healthier community.

What would you advise our listeners about staying healthy?

I believe that created within all of us is an intelligent capacity for healing, and that we all deserve our highest expression of GOLDEN health from our first breath to our last.  To achieve this and more, a healthy functioning nervous system is paramount.  We should therefore live a life free of nervous system interference to fully express our human potential.

Meet Dr. Kevin Holman in the Cloud.

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Don’t Let Me Be Lonely Tonight.

(Golden, Colorado): There’s a big difference between being alone and being lonely. Tonight begins the official Christmas Week-end in Colorado. Candlelight worship services, romantic dinners for two and family gatherings with all the trimmings. From the Alpine Resorts, to our excellent shopping and dining districts, there’s something for everyone in our Colorado backyard.

But for some, the holidays are a trigger point for loneliness.

For many, holiday season becomes a mirror of loss. Lost loves. Lost family. Lost time. In a recent study published by The New York Times, Jane Brody highlighted the potentially harmful effects of loneliness and social isolation.  In short, all sorts of medical mayhem, in perfectly healthy people, can be triggered by the effects of loneliness.

Be Caring + Kind

There’s a covenant of kindness at the alter of family, love and friendship. It’s promise is to be caring and kind. If you experience any degree of holiday blues, rest assured you’re not alone. One step toward reversing this feeling, is being present at family and social gatherings. Engage in conversation. Make eye contact, smile, listen and learn.

Lastly, remember the telephone works in both ways. You might catch someone before they fall.

A simple phone call or text might be the prescription to reversing some holiday blue, into a merry shade of red and green in someone’s life this Christmas.

There is magic in music too!