City Sweats to Open Wallingford Location
ity Sweats, a modern day sweat lodge on the shores of Madison Park, will be opening their second location in late April in Seattle’s Wallingford neighborhood. The second location will offer private infrared sauna therapy, lymphatic drainage treatments, holistic facials and massage, as well as alkaline water therapy and ultrasonic cavitation, a treatment to reduce fat cells. City Sweats owners are planning a grand opening event, date to be announced, that will offer clients the opportunity to tour the new Wallingford location, snag some detox swag from the beauty bar and enjoy a complimentary sweat service for new subscribers to their email list. City Sweats is expected to open in late April and will be located at 4222 Stone Ave. N, Seattle. For more information: CitySweatsSeattle.com or @citysweats on Instagram.
New Hypnotherapy Practice in Seattle
uantum Healing Hypnosis Technique (QHHT) practitioner Tina Worthey has recently announced the opening of her business in the Seattle area, Open Heart Open Mind Hypnotherapy. “Sometimes the very best person to get advice from is yourself,” Worthey explains. “Using QHHT, I facilitate others in unlocking their own healing and tune in to their own potential. QHHT grants us access to our higher self, to get insights and answers to life questions.” Worthey has a home office in the Greenwood/Greenlake neighborhood, and also makes house calls. Sessions last 3-6 hours and are $285 per session. For more information: 206-854-8343 or OpenHeartOpenMindTherapy.com
Medical Heroes Appreciation 5k Run and Walk to Take Place April 29
he Medical Heroes Appreciation 5K Run and Walk will take place April 29 at Magnuson Park in Seattle. The event celebrates the study volunteers who give the gift of participation in clinical research, according to organizers. All proceeds will provide education and outreach about clinical research participation to patients and their families in minority and under-served communities. Medical heroes are the individuals who help advance public health and medical knowledge by taking part in clinical research trials. Proceeds from this event will provide education and outreach to patients and their families. A banner ad linking to registration for the event can be found online at SeattleAwakenings.com. For more information: CISCRP.org.
Reader Discount for Camp Souldust, to Take Place April 21-24
amp Souldust, described as “a magical summer camp for grown-ups,” by founder Rachel Ford, will be held April 2124 in Longbranch, Wash. “The camp combines classic camp play with soul-opening workshops,” Ford explains. “It will feature camp favorites such as archery, hiking and cabin counselors and combine them with introductory soul work experiences such as meditation, art based on dreams, chakra energy work, and yoga for anxiety,” she continues, noting that Camp Souldust is all about relationships. “This is about connecting with others, with nature, and most importantly, reconnecting to yourself,” Ford says. “Attendees of Camp Souldust will find space to rediscover themselves, become part of a soul tribe of heart-centered like-minded seekers and enjoy an atmosphere of play and acceptance in a beautiful natural setting.” For Seattle Natural Awakenings readers, Camp Souldust is offering a 10 percent discount off any available price tier, using code AWAKEN17. Camp Colman is located at 20016 Bay Road Kp S., Longbranch. $625/700. For more information: (888) 963-9425 or CampSouldust.com.
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