symptoms and manage your allergies. Don’t forget to learn process to quickly and naturally relieve learn more about Feng Shui and how you can take
to pick up a copy of our Be Good to Your Whole stress, pain, emotional upset and food cravings. your space up a notch! $25. Soothe Your Soul, 20
Body booklet, your guide to making it through al- Learn this powerful technique to feel better fast. $25. Hudson St., Oxford. Info: Hannah 248-236-9855.
lergy season. FREE. Whole Foods Market, All 3 Breakthrough Empowerment Hypnotherapy, Inside See ad page 52.
Metro Detroit Whole Foods Markets. Info: Amanda the Grand Mall Offi ce Center, 12751 S. Saginaw
Health Life Spirit Holistic Expo–11am-7pm. Ho-
Musilli 248-371-1433. St, Ste 700, Grand Blanc. Info: Jill Grenevitch
listic Health, wellness, massage, Vendors, Demos,
Speakers, Workshops, Performance Stage, Door
THURSDAY, APRIL 16
Prizes & more. $7, $2 off with this listing. Macomb
Raw Food Demonstration–7-8pm. Join Certifi ed
WEDNESDAY APRIL 22
Sports Expo Center, 14500 E 12 Mile, Warren. Info:
Raw Food Teacher and Chef BETH WILKE as she Wellness Workshop–7pm. Discover the truth
Lynne Taines, Your Spiritness Company 248-677-
prepares a deliciously simple Banana Cream Pud- about back pain that could change your life! Learn
7906. See ad page 45.
ding. FREE. Register online Whole Foods Market a simple exercise that reduces pain, fi nd out what
Oxford Earth Day Expo–5k run, bike, exhibits,
Rochester Hills. Info: Mike Hack, 248-371-1400. your body truly needs and how to enhance your
family fun. Be an exhibitor for only $25. Info: 248-
See ad page 53. quality of life. It is about you, your body, your life!
770-8587. See ad page 44.
FREE. Johr Family Chiropractic, 1460 Walton Blvd
Wild Lapeer!–10am-4pm. Featuring Neil Wood-
Mark Your Calendar
Ste 100 Rochester Hills. Info: 248-601-8843. See
ad page 35.
ward, Michigan's Troubadour; art work; canoe rides;
farmer's market; petting zoo; archery; New-Elite
SATURDAY & SUNDAY
Toxic Trade-in Day–4-7pm. As part of our Earth
Feet NBX Invitational 5K/10K and Local Organic
APRIL 18 & 19
Day Celebration, bring in a bottle of conventional
Food Lunch. FREE admission. Info: 810-245-4874.
cleaner and receive one bottle of our 365 Everyday
See ad page 19.
4th annual EARTH DAY EXPO–Michigan’s Value® earth-friendly cleaner. Limit one trade-in
largest Earth Day celebration in downtown per family to the fi rst 50 customers, while supplies
3rd Annual Healthy Earth Day Fair–10am-2pm.
Rochester. Free admission. Fun, informative, last. The conventional cleaner must be presented at
Showcasing local businesses and organizations
earth-friendly activities including: 150+ green & time of redemption. FREE. Whole Foods Market,
promoting healthy and environmentally responsible
wellness exhibits, presentations, food, farmer’s All 3 Metro Detroit Whole Foods Markets. Info:
daily living. Grosse Pointe Woods. Info: 313-881-
market, kids’ corner, fi lms, entertainment, prizes, Amanda Musilli 248-371-1433.
2263. See NewsBrief page 10.
sustainability tours, free yoga and massage, and a
community-building Connections Cafe’. Discover
THURSDAY, APRIL 23 Mark Your Calendar
healthy, green alternatives in food, healthcare,
energy, housing, fi tness, transportation, gifts, per-
What Are Your Children Eating?–6:45-8pm. Dr.
Sandie McCuiston will present Giving Your Children
SATURDAY, APRIL 25
sonal care, home, garden, fi nances and more.
, or contact: John Batdorf,
the Right Start in Nutrition. Topics include: How to
Reiki I Class-9:30am-4:30pm. Learn a holistic
Upland Hills EAC, firstname.lastname@example.org
make good food taste great, How to combat food
method of hands on energy healing to assist with
sensitivities, How to protect children from bad nu-
relaxation, healing, and overall well-being. Learn
trition habits, and How to help your child develop
about and receive attunements to Reiki energy,
SATURDAY, APRIL 18
a titanium immune system. FREE. Touch of Life
learn how to give yourself and others a treatment
Chiropractic, 46755 Hayes Road, Shelby Twp. Info:
and learn how to use Reiki to benefi t yourself
Vaccination Risk and Immunity –9am-12:30pm.
and others. Clinton Twp. Info: Rose Knight
Mary Tocco, Director of Vaccine Research and
Education will speak at Partridge Creek Golf & Ban-
The Truth About Cholesterol–6:30-8:30pm. Cho-
quet Center. Continental breakfast, informational
lesterol has been demonized as a bad thing. People
packet and children’s wellness fair included. $20.
are concerned theirs is too high. This class helps
43843 Romeo Plank Road, Clinton Twp. Info/reg:
you make informed decisions about cholesterol,
SUNDAY, APRIL 26
what it is, why it is important, and healthy ways to
manage levels. Other topics: cholesterol lowering
Earth Day Event–Noon-2pm. Green products-ser-
A-1 Organic at Detroit Zoo Earth Day–10am-
drugs, CoEnzyme Q10, and dietary and lifestyle
vices. Jatho Hall, St. John’s Episcopal church, 26998
3pm. Family fun for all. Info: Jeff Copeland, A-1
infl uences. Class taught by Marjie Andrejciw $20.
Woodard, Royal Oak. Info: Jeff Copeland, A-1
Organic Lawns. See ad page 27.
Linden Middle School, Lobdell Rd, Linden. Info:
Organic Lawns 248-546-1255. See ad page 27.
Staying Connected to Peace and Optimism in
Debbie Brindle 810-591-0415. VegFest–Noon-5pm. Annual vegetarian tastefest
Uncertain Times–1:30-2:30pm. Experience the
The Secrets of Creating Your Own Economy–
formerly known as the Great American Meatout.
simple, profound tools of Brain Gym. Reconnect to
6:30-9:30pm. There is the general economy and
Special Guest John Salley, NBA Champion. $10
your ability to be present and focused even during
then there is your personal economy. Having the
admission. Ferndale. Info: 877-778-3464. See
challenging times. FREE. Inspired Wellness, 1185 S.
right mindset and tools is key to fi nancial success.
NewsBrief page 6.
Adams, Birmingham. Info: Sarah 248-988-8098.
$10. Healthy Endeavors LLC, Best Western Sterling Introduction to Reiki Healing–3pm. An informal
Shop Early and Relax–9-11am. Enjoy complimen-
Inn, 34911 Van Dyke Ave, Sterling Heights. Info: presentation on Reiki. Personally experience Reiki
tary fi ve minute massages with Massage Therapist
Linda-Ann Heldt 586-491-0720. healing energy by receiving a mini-session. Free will
Tina Johnson, a professionally trained Swedish
offering. Normandy Offi ce Center, 36389 Harper,
massage therapist. First 10 customers get a FREE FRIDAY, APRIL 24
Clinton Twp. Info: Rose Knight 586-777-1604.
recycled tote after their massage. FREE. Whole
Savor the Flavors of the Market–7-9pm. Learn
Foods Market, Troy. 2880 W. Maple Road. Info:
about our Core Values and enjoy food and wine
MONDAY, APRIL 27
Dawn Danhausen 248-649-9600.
prepared by our talented chefs. Start by sampling Renew with Real Nutrition!–7-8:30pm. Understand-
Sustainable Snacking: 365 Organic Celebra- cheese and wine; then three courses will be served, ing the basics of nutrition and the connection to
tion!–1-4pm. Celebrate Earth Month and everything fi nished with a delicious dessert. Pre-registration repairing and rejuvenating your body. Dr. Richard
organic. Learn about our 365 Organic Everyday required on line or at our Customer Service Desk. K. Sowerby D.C., Clinical Nutritionist demonstrates
Value products; sample a few of our 365 Organic Space limited. $25/person advance, $30 day of. how Nutrition Response Testing can help. Gilda’s
grocery items and learn what makes our products Whole Foods Market, Rochester Hills, 2918 Walton Club, Royal Oak. FREE. Info: 248-577-0800.
different. FREE. Whole Foods Market, All 3 Blvd. Info: Mike Hack 248-371-1400.
Metro Detroit Whole Foods Markets. Info: Amanda
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 29
SATURDAY, APRIL 25
The Amazing Thyroid!–7-8:30pm. Learn to sup-
TUESDAY, APRIL 21
What the Heck is Feng Shui?–11am-1pm. Join port this incredible gland. Find out its link to heart
Catherine Hilker, a Certifi ed Feng Shui expert, health, digestive issues, weight gain and more. Dr.
Emotional Freedom Technique–6:30-8pm. Easy for this fun, interactive and informal gathering to Richard K. Sowerby D.C., Clinical Nutritionist
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