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ADVANCED ACUPUNCTURE CENTRE Jens Maassen, L.Ac. MSOM Advanced Acupuncture Centre 1478 Second St, Livermore

Specializing in allergies, migraines, back, knee and joint pain, gastrointestinal problems, chronic fatigue, fibromyalgia, and sciatica, Jens combines acupuncture with innovative micro-current technology, herbal

medicine, dietary counseling and lifestyle recom- mendations. Advanced Acupuncture Centre helps alleviate chronic conditions while improving your overall sense of well-being and happiness. Facial rejuvenation also available. See ad page 9.

ROOTS OF EASTERN MEDICINE Benjamin Krieg, L.Ac. 4725 First St, Ste 270, Pleasanton 925-785-7113

Private treatments ranging from 45 to 90 minutes, combining acupuncture, acupressure, medi- cal massage and herbs. Needle- free treatments also available. Come in, relax, have a cup of tea and get the results you’ve been

looking for or your first treatment is free. AYURVEDA

EDEN AYURVEDA Eden Tosch Laurel District, Oakland 510-851-2822

Healing is possible; feel better than you have felt in years, look your best now, live up to your potential. Classical Ayurveda provides the tools and the struc- ture for freeing yourself to live healthy and free of obstacles.

Lifestyle guidance, herbs, and treatments indi- vidualized to your body’s needs. Discounts for Vets, activists and students. See ad page 7.

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RUSSELL ALLEN SALON 2363 Boulevard Cir, Ste 24 Walnut Creek 925-938-4611

Discover health and beauty from the inside out. Full- service hair salon with organic hair

care products by Alterna; healing center with pre-natal, Thai and hot stone massage; facials and waxing; manicures/pedicures with natural two- week manicures by Shellac; soy-based candles by local-based company SOI. Conveniently located near both Highway 24 and I-680 freeways; free onsite parking. See ad back cover.


JADE LUZ 2910 Camino Diablo, Ste 210 Walnut Creek 925-943-6908

Do you suffer from chronic pain? Do you want to feel bet- ter now? With over 22 years of experience, Jade utilizes a variety of healing techniques to effectively address the cause of your problem, bringing long-

term relief and healing. You will leave feeling better and enjoy long-lasting results.


LIVING LEAN 2 Theatre Sq, Ste 140, Orinda 1955 Mountain Blvd, Ste 103 Oakland (Montclair Village) 925-360-7051

Comprehensive personal training and fully customiz- able nutrition and exercise program for lifestyle change. Group fitness classes, one

-on-one training, circuit training, virtual reality cycle classes, nutrition programs, including or- ganic, ready-made meals to go, and more. Open 7 days a week. Conveniently located in Orinda and Montclair Village in Oakland. See ad page 17.


HARVEST MARKET Damian De La Rosa 1633 Bonanza St Walnut Creek 925-229-1633

Healthy, casual food for those on-the-go. Harvest Market offers an or- ganic salad bar, pre- and custom-made sandwiches, soups made from organic ingredients, healthy snacks

and drinks, and grab-and-go coffee and tea bar. Espresso drinks also available. All produce sup- plied by local farmers. Conveniently located in downtown Walnut Creek.


MINDFUL LIVING ARTS Chris Arcucci 2363 Boulevard Cir, Ste 13 Walnut Creek 925-934-9343

Chris Arcucci is the founder of Mindful Living Arts, a Health & Wellness Studio that specializes in relaxation, stress reduction, pain elimination and increased vitality. We offer yoga, massage therapy and health coaching to

suit your needs and support a vibrant lifestyle. Call now for your free consultation.

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