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Break the Allergy Cycle

Thursday, April 28, 2016

6:30-7:30pm


Grand Rapids, MI – On Thursday, April 28 from 6:30-7:30pm, Grand Rapids Wellness will offer the kick-off class in their series - Keeping GR Well: Free Wellness Classes. This month, Dr. Doug deVries, Chiropractor, and Kristin Swann, Acupuncturist, will teach you how to Break the Allergy Cycle. In this class, participants will learn self-massage techniques, exercises, and what foods and supplements aid you best in improving your year-round immunity. This is a FREE, all-ages class; you do not need to register ahead of time. If you have any questions, please contact Grand Rapids Wellness - 616-233-0960. The schedule of classes for the remainder of the year is as follows. All classes are held from 6:30-7:30pm: May 26 - Eating for Health vs. Dieting: How to Permanently Change Your Metabolism June 30 - Women's Health July - No class. August 25 - Fertility September 29 - Back to School: Kid's Health October 27 - Immune Boosting & Your Medicine Cabinet November 17 - Fall/Winter Nutrition - Root Veggies & More December 29 - Moxa Party “Grand Rapids Wellness is dedicated to supporting the health of West Michigan,” said Kristin Swann. “In an effort to do this, we are providing these free classes for those that want to learn about the wellness model and natural health.” Dr. Doug deVries, Chiropractor, and Kristin Swann, Acupuncturist, have thousands of hours of experience in healthcare working with patients as individuals. They believe in treating each patient with a comprehensive strategy involving physical adjustments, acupuncture, massage, education, nutritional support, and wellness planning. Grand Rapids Wellness invites families and professionals alike to join them for this class at their office, located at 435 Cherry St. SE, Suite B, Grand Rapids, MI, 49503, 616-233-0960. ### Please see the FB event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/1688400898079135/

Event Type: Lectures 



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