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Healthy Happy Hour

Christina Moyes, Certified Holistic Health Coach and cooking instructor will be hosting a Healthy Happy Hour from 5:30- 7:30 at Twin Ponds Integrative Center on the first Friday of every month. Participants can spend time with friends, relax after the long work week and enjoy good, real, delicious food and nonalcoholic mocktails without the hangover! Each Happy Hour will feature a brief demonstration from the wide variety of practitioners. Cost is $10 and includes the presentation plus one appetizer or drink.

Moyes, the founder of Super, Simple, Healthy, supports her clients in achieving their goals for health. Through her own journey to health and wellness she realized being healthy doesn’t have to be hard. Moyes’ mission is to support moms to feel good in their bodies and find simple, healthy solutions that will easily integrate into their busy family lives. She is a graduate of the Institute for Integrative Nutrition where she studied under experts like Dr. Andrew Weil, Dr. Deepak Chopra, Dr. Mark Hyman, Dr. Walter Willett, Geneen Roth, and Andrea Nakayama.

Location: 628 Twin Ponds Rd., Breinigsville. For more information, visit www.supersimplehealthy.com/events.

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