Following is information about an event coming up in Saxy. I plan to attend; these folks have meaningful information to share. --Cameron
Join us in Saxapahaw for a free class in natural healing with local experts.
"Natural Alternatives for Stress Management"
presented by the Saxapahaw Community Health Forum.
Saturday March 6th from 1-3pm at The Bridge at RiverMill.
919.260.1430 for more info.
On March 6th, we will gather together and:
*sample locally crafted herbal remedies,
*explore seated mind-body awareness exercises,
*learn about the anatomy and physiology of the human nervous system and
*have our panel experts answer your questions!
About the Saxapahaw Community Health Forum:
We call ourselves the Saxapahaw Community Health Forum. Our goal is to create a community forum for learning about safe, effective, natural and affordable ways to heal ourselves.
Our community is growing, and we are rich in local expertise in how to use herbs, nutrition, bodywork and exercise. When it comes to building sustainable community, health is wealth!
We'd like this event to be the first in a series where we open up a panel type discussion free to the community - to help build local awareness in natural and affordable health care alternatives for the major health obstacles many of us face in our modern world.
With so much of our national focus on reducing health care costs and extending coverage to all Americans, there hasn't been much serious dialogue about prevention. Nutrition, exercise and a healthy lifestyle are key for longevity. So we'd like to get helpful information of this kind out to local folks.
Judith Brooks, Licensed Acupuncturist and Chinese Herbalist.
Lea Clayton, LMBT #5134 Massage, Polarity Therapy, Yoga and Herbalism.
Suki Roth, Herbalist, Teacher, Mentor and Alternative Health Care Practitioner.
Ron Vitel, Nutritionist and Consultant.
Check out our flier below for more information about the event.
Call Judith Brooks for more information: 919.260 1430. For directions to The Bridge at RiverMill in Saxapahaw go to
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