Wellness Rocks Naturally Offers Natural Health Classes




Wellness Rocks Naturally, a group of wellness practitioners and natural living advocates who come together for networking, educational presentations and other events and gatherings to raise awareness of green and alternative wellness practices, will host a series of natural health classes on the Emerald Coast in 2018. Daralyn Chase, publisher of Natural Awakenings in Northwest Florida, founded Wellness Rocks Naturally in 2013.

“As in previous years, these classes, workshops and lectures will be presented by the network of Natural Awakenings practitioners, physicians and experts to continue educating and creating awareness,” she says. “Many will be available live online and through Facebook classes and camps.”

All 2018 events will be announced at WellnessRocksNaturally.com and Facebook.com/WellnessRocksNaturally

Anyone interested in hosting or providing an event should contact Daralyn Chase at 850-687-0826 or visit WellnessRocksNaturally.com

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