Heal Yourself, Heal Japan!

A wellness fair is being hosted at Sammasati Seminars (1412 Broad), Saturda,y April 30by donation to help Japan earthquake and tsunami relief efforts.

Heal Yourself, Heal Japan! is hosting a full day wellness fair with proceeds going to Japanese relief efforts.

Hosted by Sammasati Seminars (1412 Broad), the fundraiser will offer yoga, Japanese massage, Chinese exercise, quantum touch and various other healing arts by donation.

The funds raised will go directly to grassroots organizations in Ishinomaki City, Myagi Prefecture instead of the Red Cross.

“We really want to make a difference for the people there on the ground,” says Brenda Boyd, event organizer.

See the Facebook event: http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=167856829938746 or search Heal Yourself, Heal Japan for the full schedule of events and descriptions of the offerings. M

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