Filed by Mark Sherry by email to firstname.lastname@example.org:
Please join the Holistic Health Alliance of the Pioneer Valley (HHA)on Thursday, June 21, at 6:15 for a potluck and meet & greet in the Frances Crowe Community Room of
The Media Education Center 60 Masonic Street, Northampton.
Featured Presenter: Mark Sherry, "The Laughter Pharmacist" (M.A., M.Ed), will lead a short "laughter session" that is sure to relieve some stress and leave you smiling. Come get your dose of laughter—"the best
drug in the world!"
Potluck begins at 6:15
Presentation is at 7:00
"The Journey Within: Guides & Challenges on the Spiritual Path" will be the theme of a summer series of Sunday talks by Rev. Ed Townley centered on images and archetypes from the Tarot, to be offered at Unity of Greater Hartford, 919 Ellington Road (Route 30) in South Windsor. The series will run from June 3 to August 5, Sundays at 10:30 a.m.
Many Rivers Community Acupuncture, an affordable acupuncture clinic with a sliding scale of $15 - $35 per treatment, will host a Free Acupuncture Day on Saturday, June 23 from 10 am to 2 pm. Free acupuncture treatments will be provided for all new patients. Call (860) 683-0011 to schedule your free appointment. Walk-ins are also welcome.
Many Rivers will also be collecting donations to support Foodshare at the Free Acupuncture Day and during the week of June 23 - 29. Foodshare’s mission is to end hunger as a part of the overall community effort to alleviate poverty in greater Hartford. Every $30 we raise for Foodshare will provide enough food for one of our hungry neighbors for an entire month.
Many Rivers is part of the community acupuncture movement, which is working to make health care affordable and accessible. Acupuncture can be effective for all kinds of pain, including back pain, shoulder pain, hip pain, knee pain, carpal tunnel, and heel pain. Acupuncture can also help with anxiety, depression, insomnia, digestive problems, allergies, gynecological issues and many other conditions.
The clinic is located at 44 Bloomfield Avenue in Windsor center. For more information, contact Carrie Sawtell, L.Ac. at (860) 683-0011 or go to http://www.manyriversacupuncture.com.
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Carrie Sawtell, L.Ac.
Many Rivers Community Acupuncture, LLC
ASEA is a new product whose proponents say contains trillions of stable, perfectly balanced Redox Signaling Molecules suspended in a pristine saline solution. According to Megan Moore, of The Center for Functional Nutrition in Amherst, "These are the same molecules that exist in the cells of the human body and are vital for the health of our cells."
An informational meeting about ASEA will include a premier showing of a new film called, ASEA: THE GENESIS, about the product.
The "medicine share" -- Goldthread, local herb shop, creates farm share for medicinal herbs and remedies
Goldthread Apothecary's fifth season of providing community-supported medicine shares to the community is underway. Fresh-from-the-field shares contain herbs and remedies for a host of commonly encountered conditions such as colds, flus, sore throats, coughs, digestive issues, sleep improvement, skin conditions, children’s health, and more. Seasonal pickups include herb walks and educational sessions at the farm or local pickup at their shop in Florence.
In addition to handcrafted medicines, tea blends, honeys, elixirs and culinary spices, the share includes members-only sales and promotions and a discount on Goldthread's classes and workshops on botanical medicine.