Interested in learning more about holistic health and green living? Then register today for the Holistic Moms Network’s 11th Annual Natural Living Conference! Scheduled for Saturday, October 25 at Montclair State University in Montclair, N.J., this year’s event will be led by keynote speaker Dr. Laura Markham, author of “Peaceful Parent, Happy Kids: How to Stop Yelling and Start Connecting” and the founding editor of AhaParenting.com. The conference will also feature a film screening of “Unacceptable Levels” and a Q&A with the filmmaker Ed Brown, as well as sessions on yoga basics, living with food allergies, and contemporary homesteading, an expanded holistic exhibit hall, a gourmet lunch, goody bags and much more.
Boiron’s public relations team will be on hand to talk about how homeopathy can help keep you and your family healthy, and to offer cough, cold and flu product samples. Space is limited, so register now! New this year, attendees may choose from exhibit hall only, half-day or full-day conference passes. You also have the option to pre-order boxed lunches and parking passes. All HMN members and official chapter leaders will receive a discounted registration fee. If you would like to join Holistic Moms and save, you can also join with registration. For more information, visit HMN on Facebook or click here to register.
About HMN: The Holistic Moms Network is a national membership-based and managed non-profit organization with more than 100 chapters across the U.S. and Canada. The organization is headquartered in Caldwell, N.J. and launched its first chapter in 2003 in Essex County, N.J. The purpose of HMN is to provide awareness, education, and support for holistic parenting and to offer a nurturing, open-minded and respectful community for parents to share these ideals.
Teething can be a frustrating time for both you and your baby, but knowing what to expect and how to ease your baby’s pain can make the process easier. In our new two-minute video, holistic pediatrician Pam Middleton, MD, from Newport Beach, Calif., shares her top five tips for relieving your baby’s pain, including firm teething rings, chilled washcloths, and Camilia liquid oral doses. For more information on Camilia, as well as lifestyle tips for moms and their babies, visit CamiliaTeething.com or facebook.com/CamiliaUSA.
Still searching for that perfect, fun-filled family vacation this summer? Or maybe a more romantic getaway for two? Look no further—your Arnicare adventure awaits! All you have to do is submit an entry form in our “Your Arnicare Adventure” Sweepstakes for your chance to win a trip to the Grand Canyon or a Caribbean cruise! This exciting #GoWithArnicare contest runs through Thursday, July 31 at Arnicare.com/adventure. No purchase is necessary to enter.
- One GRAND PRIZE WINNER will choose either a five-day, four-night trip for four to Red Rock State Park and the Grand Canyon or a six-day, five-night trip for two on a Carnival Western Caribbean Cruise.
- One WEEKLY WINNER is chosen every Friday and receives Arnicare Gel 2.6 oz, Arnicare Cream 2.5 oz, Arnicare Arthritis Tablets, Arnica 30C oral pellets, and an official Arnicare t-shirt and BPA-free sip and spray water bottle.
- All sweepstakes participants receive one $2 OFF Arnicare Gel or Cream coupon.
Hey Sprouts fans! There are two new Sprouts Farmers Markets opening this month—one on the East Coast and one in the west:
- July 16 – Atlanta, Ga. (Dunwoody)
- July 23 – Summerlin, N.V.
The first 200 shoppers at the Dunwoody store today will receive 20% off their entire purchase, every customer will get one free reusable bag, and all shoppers will enjoy $1 deals throughout the store all day long! Plus, keep your medicine cabinet stocked with discounts on Boiron medicines such as Arnicare Cream and Gel, Acidil, Gasalia, Roxalia and Sabadil, as well as a $1 off coupon for Arnicare, available through the Sprouts Deals of the Month flyer.
A cross between a natural foods store, a farmers market and a conventional supermarket, Sprouts offers an easy-to-shop, affordable steppingstone to better eating. Originating in Chandler, Ariz., Sprouts now has more than 175 stores in ten states, from California to Texas to Georgia. For more information and to find a Sprouts in your area, click here.
Don’t let common problems such as allergies, muscle pain, insect bites and indigestion ruin your family’s fun this summer. Be prepared to relieve these conditions and others with a well-stocked natural first aid kit. According to the American Red Cross, your kit should include essentials such as adhesive bandages, sterile gauze pads, tweezers and antiseptic wipes. And according to American homeopath, author and mother of three, Joette Calabrese, HMC, CCH, RSHom(NA), there are also homeopathic essentials you should include in your kit. Watch this short introductory video to learn which single medicines will help relieve your symptoms at the very first sign so you can move on with your summertime fun.
And stay tuned! We’ll be featuring more helpful videos from Joette on other homeopathic medicines that can help ease sleep and stress issues, fever, coughs and colds, pain, and allergies in the coming weeks.
Calling all yogis! Head to the Sheraton San Diego Hotel and Marina this weekend for the Annual Yoga Journal Conference and your chance to learn from 50+ master instructors teaching 100+ classes of various styles. All participants will receive a tube of Arnicare Gel in their goody bags to help relieve those sore muscles after four days of intense training. Attendees will also have the opportunity to enjoy “An Evening with Deepak Chopra: The Future of Well-Being.” A best-selling author, physician and leading advocate for alternative medicine, Chopra will create a road map for “higher health,” based on the latest findings in both mainstream and alternative medicine. A book signing will follow the lecture.
Yoga Journal Magazine started producing conferences in 1995 as a way for readers and yoga enthusiasts to practice with the renowned teachers they were reading about. The first conference was held in San Francisco, and then moved to Estes Park, Colo., where it was for 16 years. In 2003, the conference expanded to other locations across the country, bringing world-class yoga to San Francisco, New York, San Diego, Boston, Florida, the Midwest, Los Angeles and even the Caribbean. Click here for more information about upcoming conferences this year in Estes Park and Florida and next year in San Francisco and New York.