Ringwood, NJ – Come experience life changing modalities offered by local practitioners on Saturday, September 24th from 9AM to 1PM at the Ringwood Farmers’ Market’s Wellness Day. Learn about and experience Reiki, massage, Ayurveda, Learn about and experience Reiki, past life regression, massage, Ayurveda, one-on-one yoga, plant inspired body care products, how technology is being integrated into holistic wellness and more!
Ø Enjoy a 10-minute table massage or Reiki and address health concerns holistically with Ayurveda with Nancy Smith of Essence of Self Ayurveda Spa.
Ø Explore the plant inspired body care products of DermaPure.
Ø Let Niti Patel explain how she has integrated the principles of Ayurveda to enhance nutrition and overall well-being.
Ø BGMetrix will present their technology based holistic approach to helping individuals manage their health and wellness.
Ø Learn how VedaPulse’s cutting-edge hardware and software kit performs pulse analysis and creates an individual wellness programs based on Ayurveda & Heart Rate Variability.
Ø Gain important insights into your life today through Past Life Regression with Jan Caimano.
Ø Find out more about how you improve your health and wellness with KozYoga, Neal’s Yard Remedies, Rebecca DeNunzio - Certified Health & Wellness Coach, Chilton Medical Center’s New Vitality Program and Ringwood Health Department’s Town Nurse Jeanette Davidson.
Shop local and support our community and environment. Each Saturday, Market vendors provide customers with a wide variety of locally grown and produced food. The mission of Eat Local and the Ringwood Farmers’ Market is to educate the public on the importance of eating locally grown food and to support a healthy lifestyle and a more sustainable environment, provide access to local foods, support local farmers and to cultivate a community in which the values of eating locally are promoted and celebrated.
The Ringwood Park & Ride is located on Cannici Drive off of Skyline Drive behind Ringwood Commons and next to the Ringwood Public Library. The Ringwood Farmers’ Market is a project of Eat Local, Inc, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, dedicated to bringing local foods to Ringwood. For more information, log on to www.RingwoodFarmersMarket.org, and visit us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.