Earthing Center is the lifesyle-movement of Kale University (a non-profit 501c-3 educational corporation). We are an online educational center that also offers an urban outreach program that is helping reconnect our communities.
Our organization is an open-source and empowering group of creative individuals dedicated to making our planet a healthier, cleaner and more balanced home.
We believe in empowerment through education and sharing health related knowledge and wisdom within our communities. Earthing is one of the key components that can profoundly accelerate and balance the body’s healing process.
Earthing Center’s mission is to educate people through events and talks relating to the health benefits of the Earthing/Grounding energy as well as healthy nutritional food preparation and how these powerful re-connections to nature can re-align and repair the body. “Forces in nature are here to keep us well and we believe that health empowering information is key and should always be free”.
The Center is dedicated to providing our communities with needed information about the what, why and how of Earthing.
We invite you to participate by exploring the site, reaching out and getting involved in this important lifestyle-movement. If our mission is in alignment with what you believe and experience, then join us.
At Earthing Center “Every day is Earth Day”
SX70-Art by Kenario
Throughout time, we humans have sat, stood, strolled, and slept on the ground – the skin of our bodies touching the skin of the Earth.
And throughout time, such ordinary contact served as a conduit for transferring the Earth’s natural, gentle negative charge underfoot into the body. You see, we are bioelectrical beings living on an electrical planet.
Modern lifestyle has disconnected us from this primordial charge.
Earthing is the landmark discovery that the disconnect may make us more vulnerable to stress and illness. Contact with the Earth appears to uphold the electrical stability of our bodies and serve as a foundation for vitality and health.
In an age of rampant chronic inflammation and disease, “grounding” ourselves by reconnecting with the Earth beneath our very feet provides a way back to better health.