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UPCOMING...

THURSDAY NIGHT CLASSES

7:00-8:00pm



Featuring the wonderful


 PRACTIONERS of the
SAGE HEALING COLLABORATIVE

www.sagehealingcollaborative.com  


January 31st

ARVIGO Techniques of Maya Abdominal Therapy
with REBECCA LaROSE LMT

Abdominal Massage is best known for the relief of many digestive disorders, correction of prolapsed or tilted uterus, fertility and for the prevention and treatment of benign prostate enlargement.  This non-invasive treatment may also reduce back and hip pain, and provide long-lasting relief for a wide range of pelvic related symptoms.

www.rebeccalarose.com


February 28th
ESSENTIAL OILS
with HEATHER CRUMP CRTS, LSH 




  March 14th

NATUROPATHY for Wellness
with MARTINE DELONNAY ND





$10 to RESERVE SEAT
(Please call or visit the store)
Ticket price may be
applied to store purchase!




The Good Seed Natural Food Market Health Tips
Eggs—a nutritional powerhouse
What's in a yolk? With the exception of riboflavin and niacin, the yolk contains a higher proportion of many of the egg’s vitamins and minerals than the egg white. These include vitamin B12, zinc, iron, iodine, copper, selenium, and calcium, as well as vitamins A, D, E, and K. Buy organic, free-range eggs for the most nutritional value.

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Seven simple rules for healthy eating
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AHA: Are Some Breads Getting a Bad Rap?
There may be no dietary staple more in need of a public relations makeover than bread. Concerns over carbs, sodium and gluten sometime overshadow what can be a simple, tasty way to add important vitamins and minerals as well as fiber to daily meals.