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cure for asthma

Gesret Method: Leap of Faith to Curing Asthma

As a parent of a child who suffers from the big trilogy – asthma, food allergies and eczema – I spend hours, days on end and nights trying to find non-medicinal solutions. I came across the Gesret Method, which claims to cure asthma, allergies, eczema and psoriasis. After exhausting my research, I decided to bring my son for a session with a wish to cure his asthma.
Lee Yanowitch and husband Philippe Chamaillard in front of their B&B in Burgundy, France

Life Change: from Big City TV to Countryside B&B

US-born Lee Yanowitch walked away from 24-hour news to open a bed and breakfast in Burgundy, France. Discover how daily chores and long grueling hours in France's idyllic countryside makes her happier than ever.
Caroline Fredericks

Carole Fredericks: Honoring an American Sister’s French Musical Legacy

There are numerous examples of African-American artists who were, and are, very successful in France: Josephine Baker in the Twenties, Richard Wright in the Forties and James Baldwin in the Fifties. Yet for some, their accomplishments remain unknown and often uncelebrated in their native country. Thus was the case of my sister, Carole Denise Fredericks.
Centre Pompidou Paris

Paris Happenings: Au Revoir Summer Fun, Bonjour Autumn Action

Au revoir country house and vacation club. Fini drinks on the terrace and apéro on the beach. But the fun isn’t over... September brings a new hot season of culture to Paris and the excitement that comes with it.
Art exhibits in Paris

What’s Hot in Paris Arts and Culture: Autumn 2016

Autumn ushers in a new season on the arts and culture scene in Paris— with never-before-seen works, new ways to view familiar artists, and multi-media exhibits for the whole family. Here are some of INSPIRELLE's top picks of what’s hot as the weather cools.
Woman stretching in park. © Alexis Duclos

From Breathless to a Paris Marathon Runner

Let’s be clear. I am not a runner... I grew up in a swimming pool, and therefore my body was conditioned from a very young age to believe that exercise only took place in zero gravity environments.
models on a runway

Paris Fashion Week: 6 New Designers in the Spotlight

Over 100 designers are presenting their prêt-à-porter Spring/Summer 2016 collections during Paris Fashion Week. Seasoned TV fashion producer, Madeleine Czigler, spotlights 6 new designers to watch out for.
Paris Fringe Festival act

First-Ever Paris Fringe Shines Spotlight on English-Language Theater

The first-ever Paris Fringe Festival of English-language international theater hits the City of Light. Here are some highlights of what shows to look out for.
French designer Sonia Rykiel

4 Reasons French Designer Sonia Rykiel Inspires Me

She’s one of those women who help you become your own totally liberated woman. With a creative, intellectual, strong and refined mind like hers, you can change the world – as she proven to do. This woman is by far the greatest designer I have ever met.
married to a Frenchman

Paris Plunge: From Romance to Marriage in One Year

One year after moving to Paris, a newlywed reflects on her whirlwind romance and the rewards and challenges of being an expat married to a Frenchman.