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7:00 PM19:00

Sound Energy Healing

Want to release stress naturally and feel more grounded? Curious about tapping into your energy field to enhance well-being? Experience multiple forms of energy healing at this mini retreat that combines gentle movement, meditative practices, personalized Reiki and Biofield Tuning. Feel revitalized and learn well-being practices that can be easily incorporated into your daily life. Be Well Be Here founder, Lara Wilson, MA, GCMS collaborates with certified Biofield Tuning practitioner, Julie Ramsdell, MS, to energetically tune the body, mind and spirit. Limited space. Registration required. $55

Biofield Tuning is a sound therapy that uses the physics-based principals of frequency, resonance and entrainment to help the body recognize its own distortion, discharge blocked energy, and return to clarity and health. Using tuning forks, the Biofield Tuning practitioner releases static caused by stress, and invites the body to repair and balance itself. 

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1:00 PM13:00

Mother/Daughter Mindful Mini Retreat

Moms and Daughters - experience mindful wellness practices together on Mother’s Day at Be Well Be Here! Join us for two hours of restorative yoga, meditation, Reiki, and compassionate connection. Certified yoga therapist, Nicole Grant, and mindful wellness curator, Lara Wilson offer practices that open minds and hearts with sincerity, understanding and love. $60 for both mother and daughter. Space is limited. Register now!

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5:00 PM17:00

Healthy Home Spring Cleaning

Time for Spring Cleaning! Do you know what’s in your cleaning products, and how this affects your health? Be Well Be Here welcomes Young Living Essential Oils Expert, Maria Coviello, for this healthy Spring Cleaning event. Learn why essential oils are not only better for your health, but science shows they clean better than toxic chemicals like bleach. Choose from over 100 essential oil samples to create your own room spray. FREE for your entire family’s well-being!

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