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Natural Awakenings Northwest Florida

In This Issue - March 2020

Mar 01, 2020 05:17AM ● By Daralyn Chase

Natural Awakenings Northwest Florida March 2020

The March Issue features: Thriving on a Plant-Based Diet; Meatless Makeover;Combining Gluten-Free and Plant-Based Diets; Healthy Mitochondria, Healthy Brain; CBD Massage May Help Chronic Pain; HEMP: Meet the Hardest Working Plant on the Planet; Natural Remedies for Kids and much more...

 

World Gym Pensacola Adds Salt Athletics with Red Light Therapy

World Gym Pensacola Adds Salt Athletics with Red Light Therapy

Northwest Florida’s only patent-pending Salt Athletics wellness program. Read More » 

 

Award-Winning Pensacola VegFest Set for March 28 POSTPONED DUE TO COVID-19

Award-Winning Pensacola VegFest Set for March 28 (POSTPONED DUE TO COVID-19)

(POSTPONED DUE TO COVID-19) The third annual Pensacola VegFest, a free, family-friendly vegan food and music festival Read More » 

 

Natural Awakenings Looking for Cover Artists

Natural Awakenings Looking for Cover Artists

Natural Awakenings magazine is extending a call for cover art and accepting submissions from creative individuals that would like to see their work featured nationally. Read More » 

 

Yoga Nidra and Intention  Workshop in Pace

Yoga Nidra and Intention Workshop in Pace

Local podcaster Meredith for Real and Colorado-based yoga instructor Brooke Page-Thompson will co-host a Yoga Nidra and Intention Workshop. Read More » 

 

Destin Float Spa Dream Come True  for New Owner

Destin Float Spa ‘Dream Come True’ for New Owner

New owner, Michael Hineline, provides value for the local market for individuals that want to take time for self-care and self-love —floating. Read More » 

 

SunFarm Energy to Install Solar Power at Aquatic Center Destin

SunFarm Energy to Install Solar Power at Aquatic Center Destin

SunFarm Energy (SFE) has been selected to install a solar power system at the Aquatic Center Destin, as part of a grant-funded renovation of the nonprofit outdoor swimming facility Read More » 

 

 


 

 

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