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Wellness Wednesdays with Vera Halina

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Wellness Wednesdays with Vera Halina

Time: January 22, 2014 from 12pm to 3pm
Location: Project Storefronts at Former Bank Building
Street: 45 Church Street (corner of Church & Crown Streets)
City/Town: New Haven
Event Type: health, &, wellness
Organized By: Kim Futrell
Latest Activity: Jan 22, 2014

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Week 1: Relaxation

Complimentary 5 minute chairs massages. Reservations are preferred but not required.

Week 2: Get Centered
Complimentary 15 minute guided meditation instruction. Get centered before you head back to your busy work day. Reservations are not required for the guided mediation instruction, small groups are welcome.

Week 3: Check Your Vibes
Complimentary biofeedback scanning. Have your body energy read and learn how to live a less stressful life.   

For sale Vera’s organic essential and therapeutic oils. For more information or to schedule an appointment, please contact BodyNutrients@yahoo.com.

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