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Indy Holistic Hub Launches Website Update

The Indy Holistic Hub (IHH) website is getting a refresh to make it more streamlined and user-friendly. Referring to the upgrade as Indy Holistic Hub 2.0, founding director Jennifer Seffrin says she hopes the changes help to grow the blossoming online holistic health community.

The new website is outfitted with a new tool bar offering instant links to the hub’s social networking community, as well as YouTube where informational videos and tutorials will be shared. Many categories, including acupuncture, spiritual counseling and green/natural living along with listings of natural health stores in the area, offer many resources for users seeking local holistic health information and services.

Seffrin adds that a blog will also get a refresh and regular updates with varied information on yoga and healthspecific topics like inflammation and skin care.

The IHH was launched in 2015 by Seffrin with the goal of being a place “to connect, grow and expand the local holistic community for the greater well-being of all” by offering a onestop place for connecting Indianapolis and surrounding area residents to the resources they seek to improve their overall health and lifestyle.

For more information, a directory of holistic resources or to become a member, visit IndyHolisticHub.com.

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