Letter from the Publisher

Posted by: | Posted on: March 8, 2023

In Tai Chi and Qi Gong classes, I learned that spring is the time for the liver to be cleansed and supported. Helpful tips from Leila Scogin of Joi Natural Wellness on page 12 and Atir Sveska-Sharpe from Pure Wellness on page 15 will help you on your detoxification journey this spring.

Infusion and hydration therapy have been coming to the forefront in the past few years, and our therapy spotlight, on page 16, will tell you all about “A New Way to Take Your Vitamins” from Hydrate Health.

Since all we do is talk about health around here, I thought it would be fun to start the spring season off with the “Healthy is the New Wealthy Expo”. Vendors, businesses, practitioners, and experts in the field of natural health and wellness will be on hand to chat about living a healthy lifestyle. There will be six half-hour presentations on the 1/2 hour, starting at 10:30am on the main central stage. Free admission, parking, and tote bag to the first 250 attendees. See our ad on the inside front cover for more information.

A reminder to support our advertisers who make Locally Grown come to life. Without them, it would just be a front and back cover. They fill the pages with local, educational, supportive, and cutting-edge information every quarter. We are blessed to live in such a bountiful area on so many levels!

Happy Spring! 

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