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Explore Holistic Health with Holistic Moms and Boiron

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Are you a mom looking to learn more about natural living? The Holistic Moms Network (HMN) Gathering event this weekend is a great opportunity to learn and network with like-minded parents. The HMN Gathering is being held on Saturday at the College of Saint Elizabeth in Morristown, N.J. Moms will have the chance to participate in workshops offering tips to help them organize and simplify their life, creative practices to help caretakers refuel, natural ways to de-stress and much more.

Join the Holistic Moms Network for their annual gathering this Saturday, October 8 to learn more about natural living.

Join the Holistic Moms Network for their annual gathering this Saturday, October 8 to learn more about natural living.

Workshop leaders include experts from a variety of fields including: registered nurse and professional organizer Dawn Noble; creative arts therapist and certified trainer Brooke Campbell; meditation teacher Jessica Morris; and, Three Moon Living owner Jessica Cicerone, who offers various services for new moms such as breast-feeding consultation.

In addition to the workshops, there will be a holistic exhibit hall. Boiron’s public relations team will be on hand to talk about how homeopathy can help keep you and your family healthy, demonstrate how the Boiron Medicine Finder app can help you select the right medicines and to offer samples of top medicines like Oscillococcinum flu medicine and Arnicare pain-relieving gel.*

Space is limited, so register now! For more information, visit HMN on Facebook or click here to register.

 

About HMN: Holistic Moms Network is a nonprofit organization that supports and educates parents about natural living and helps them explore available holistic options. HMN has more than 100 chapters nationwide, and runs local meetings, e-mail discussion loops, and an informative e-newsletter. For more information on HMN, please visit Holisticmoms.org, or follow on Twitter or Facebook.

 

These “Uses” have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.

 

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