What did you miss in September?
Korman Relief & Wellness Center Hosted a Fermenting Event!
Dr. Korman has a passion for sharing her experiences and ideas with patients, as well as the community, when it comes to eating and living healthy. On Saturday, September 23rd, Korman Relief & Wellness Center hosted a well-attended class on how to ferment your own food! Not only did attendees learn how to ferment, but also took home the fermented food made during the class!
Due to all the positive response we received, we will do our best to host the class again in the future!
New Feature Service At Korman Relief & Wellness Center!
Korman Relief & Wellness Center is constantly striving to present new ways to eat healthy without breaking the bank or consuming large amounts of time in today's ever so busy lifestyles. Our office wants to make your life easier by teaming up with "WhatchaEden Hydro-ganics." WhatchaEden Hydro-ganics is a local hydroponic grow house that grows amazing, organic produce that we are now making available for order and for pick up through our office! By having our office become a "pick up" site, you can eat healthy and support our local farmers without having to run all over town to do so!
For more information about WhatchaEden Hydro-ganics, or to place an order, please contact our office at 941-629-6700.
Whats Coming Up in October?
ATTEND OUR DOUBLE-HEADER!!
First, meet Traci Dalrymple, founder and owner of Kokokahn, creator of the new essential oils we are now carrying. Traci will discuss the benefits and uses of her oils, which include but are not limited to stress and anxiety relief, body ailments and cleansing, even household cleaning agents! Traci will also educate on the various types of oils in her line. A variety of her Kokokahn blends are now available for purchase.
Stay and meet Lena Reid and Bob Hagemeier, from WhatchaEden Hydro-ganics, who will present a very informative class on the benefits and advantages of hydroponic plants versus soil grown plants. Come and discover the unique process in growing hydroponic plants, and learn about the great new service we will be offering in obtaining this locally grown produce.