USA: Hands-On Healing makes the grocery store more appealing; opening marks launch of new concept in consumer healthcare
Studies show that good health means good performance -- at work, at school and at play. But oftentimes the harried consumer doesn't have time to go from one place to another to eat well, relieve tension, and put the mind and body back in "tune." Now, however, you'll be able to "squeeze" the pesticide-free fruit, "bathe" in exotic aromas, "breathe" deeply with Feldenkrais therapy and get the milk home to boot!Today marks the grand opening of the Fairview HealthWise Center -- an innovative clinic offering alternative therapies and educational programs -- located in the Lunds-Uptown store.
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