Health Farm

Some articles on health farm, farm, health:

A Figure In Hiding - Plot Summary (revised Edition)
... an old man at the door named Zachary Mudge who is staying at Doc Grafton’s Health Farm, a luxurious resort overlooking Barmet Bay ... Upon returning they are summoned to Doc Grafton’s Health Farm by their chum Chet Morton, who has taken summer employment there ... saw a mummy in an off-limits building on the Health Farm and their guess that Mr ...
Champneys - History
... Costigan had opened Henlow Grange in 1961 as The Beauty Farm School of Beauty and Physical Culture, the first of it's kind, in the UK ... In 1990 they purchased Springs Health Farm in Leicestershire, followed by another health farm at Forest Mere in 1995 ... It was opened as the UK’s first health farm in 1925 by naturopath Stanley Lieff, who pioneered the concept of holistic health and naturopathy ...
Freddie Welsh - Later Life
... Before he lost to Leonard in 1917, Welsh bought a farm on Long Hill in Chatham Township, New Jersey ... The farm was set in 162 acres (0.66 km2) and Welsh spent thousands of dollars on improvements, installing a gymnasium, a state of the art kitchen, golf course, tennis courts and a ... His idea was to turn it into a health spa, and on 11 August 1917 a host of celebrities and dignitaries were invited to its opening ...

Famous quotes containing the words farm and/or health:

    Ants are so much like human beings as to be an embarrassment. They farm fungi, raise aphids as livestock, launch armies into war, use chemical sprays to alarm and confuse enemies, capture slaves, engage in child labor, exchange information ceaselessly. They do everything but watch television.
    Lewis Thomas (b. 1913)

    It is always singular, but encouraging, to meet with common sense in very old books, as the Heetopades of Veeshnoo Sarma; a playful wisdom which has eyes behind as well as before, and oversees itself. It asserts their health and independence of the experience of later times. This pledge of sanity cannot be spared in a book, that it sometimes pleasantly reflect upon itself.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)