Holistic Happy Hour




Threshold Wellness Center is hosting a Holistic Happy Hour from 5 to 8 p.m., November 18, to bring together the health conscious community and enjoy the company of like-minded individuals while learning about the many natural approaches to healing they have to offer. There will be organic wine and pizza, mini massages, acupuncture and other demonstrations, as well as raffle prizes.

Julia Taylor says, “This is a gathering for people who want to learn more about options for health and wellness, for those who already know a lot, but want to know more, or just to enjoy an evening with like-minded individuals to share resources and bask in the abundance of self-care available in our serene healing space.”

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