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Cereset Offers Hope for Brain Balance and Overall Well-being

Cereset Offers Hope for Brain Balance and Overall Well-being

Founded by Lee Gerdes and also based there, Cereset uses 55,000 engineered musical tones to help the brain reset itself to its natural balance.

Morter HealthCenter Offers Free Wellness Classes

Morter HealthCenter Offers Free Wellness Classes

Throughout the year, Morter Health Center, in Carmel, offers a series of classes on how to take a different approach to one’s overall health and well-being.

2019 Hamilton County 4-H Fair Brings Family Fun

2019 Hamilton County 4-H Fair Brings Family Fun

The Hamilton County 4-H Fair, organized by Purdue Extension, will return from 10 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. from July 18 to 22 in Noblesville at the Hamilton County Fairgrounds with its auction set for July 23.

Peace for All Beings Through Reiki

Kat Forgacs of BLISS Reiki & Animal Reiki will conduct two weekend trainings, Self-Care with Reiki on August 4 and Japanese Reiki and Animal Reiki 1 on August 10 and 11 in Bloomington, Indiana.

Pam Trapp to Lead CannaMedU Class

Pam Trapp to Lead CannaMedU Class

Pam Trapp, a Certified Medical Cannabinoid Educator and Advocate, will hold a test market class for clinicians and healthcare providers from 9:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. on July 27 in Fishers.

Second Annual Ele-Fest is Back at Hidden Paradise Campground

Second Annual Ele-Fest is Back at Hidden Paradise Campground

The second annual Ele-Fest: Elevated Music & Artisan Festival will be held from noon on July 20 to 10 a.m. on July 21 at the Hidden Paradise Campground, in St. Paul, Indiana.

WomIN’s Fest Retreat Returns in August

WomIN’s Fest Retreat Returns in August

The fourth annual Indiana WomIN’s Fest Retreat will take place August 23 to 25 at Bradford Woods, located only 45 minutes southwest of Indianapolis.

Letter from Publisher

Letter from Publisher

Agriculture takes center stage this month with fresh perspectives on where and how we produce our food these days—and why it matters.

Gut Health

Gut Health

Eating fresh, non-processed foods help to clear out the ickiness of toxins that tend to build up in the digestive system and, locally, there are many opportunities to shop for locally grown produce and raised meats as Indy’s farmers’ market season is in full swing.