Health Alliance Fair
Custom Body Fitness, Mountain Family Health Centers, LiveWell, Backcountry Chiropractic and Gaia Tree Chinese Medicine have come together to present the Health Alliance Fair from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 17, at Custom Body Fitness in La Fontana Plaza, 574 Highway 133 in Carbondale. Get an acupuncture session, chiropractic adjustment, body composition, goal setting guidance, eating habits assessment, healthy cooking and shopping classes, blood pressure reading and sugar levels test. These services are worth more than $300 but cost $15 at the fair. Money collected for this event will be donated to the Mountain Family Health Care Access Pool, a fund that can be drawn on when patients are unable to pay for necessary medical supplies or services. Tickets are limited. Go to custombodyfitnessllc.com/healthalliancefair or call 366-6084 to reserve a spot.
NeuroMovement (based on Feldenkrais) is movement that talks to the brain. The brain is the CEO of your body. You can work on the muscles and joints for years but the reorganization of how you ultimately move comes from the brain. NeuroMovement is slow, nonforced with plenty of variations and accessible to all. Backed by neuroscience, this movement will create immediate improvements in movement, posture, breathing and reduction or elimination of chronic discomforts. This is not yoga or exercise but it will help you to do both of these things better. Jessi Hastings, RN, medial masseuse and yoga teacher for 20 years is offering free classes in Glenwood to introduce her work. The classes are Tuesdays 10:30-11:30 a.m. at Providence Apothecary, 713 Cooper Ave. The free classes will run through October. Call Jessi at 970-946-8968 for questions or to register.
Sunshine Farm Annual Garlic Class
Learn how and when to plant and harvest garlic at a class from 11 a.m. to noon Saturday, Oct. 10, at Sunshine Farm, 38487 Highway 6 (two miles west of New Castle). Roasted and pickled garlic samples available after class. Garlic-related Pampered Chef items available. There is a $5 required produce purchase. Call to register 970-984-3320.
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Grab your racket, and lace your shoes: Tennis event this weekend at Glenwood Springs Community Center
A “tennis mixer” is slated to take place Friday and Saturday at the Glenwood Springs Community Center tennis courts.