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Holliston February 2018

Holliston February 2018

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Page 16 Holliston Local Town Pages February 2018 Living Healthy S.A.F.E Coalition and Sacred Tree Yoga Studio & Wellness Center Coming Together to Make a Difference Coming together to make a difference is the purposeful mission of S.A.F.E. Coalition and Sacred Tree Yoga Studio and Wellness Center. S.A.F.E. is a coalition of community partners who have come together to provide support, education, treatment options and coping mechanisms for those affected by the affliction of drugs and alcohol. By empowering those affected, including families and loved ones, with tools necessary to succeed on the journey for recovery. S.A.F.E. is sponsoring Yoga classes at Sacred Tree Yoga Studio located at 65 Holbrook St. Suite 110 in Norfolk. The classes are designed specially to those in recovery as well as a specialized class for family and loved ones. These FREE classes are offered every Friday night. Yoga for Recovery is offered every Friday at 7-8 p.m. This practice explores the parallels between yoga and the twelvestep path weaving together a tool for enhanced healing. This integrative practice offers breathing, stretching, inspiration, relaxation, and meditation while offering support for self-forgiveness, selflove, and self-care on the road of recovery. Absolutely no yoga experience is required. Dress comfortably. All props are provided. Come with an open mind and open heart for an opportunity that can improve the moment with a supportive community where people help people. Heart with Hope Restorative Yoga is offered every Friday at 5:30-6:30 p.m. This practice is for parents and loved ones of those suffering from the disease of addiction. This practices slows down the body and mind through passive movement while using props for support. Receive nurturing, comfort, inspirations, insights, and tools for daily living during a series of restorative poses that are supported with bolsters, blocks, straps, sandbags, blankets, and pillows. All props are provided. Honor yourself by allowing the physical, mental, and spiritual body to integrate and heal through relaxation and restoration. Please arrive 10-15 minutes prior to the start time. This provides sufficient time to get settled in prior to class. Class starts promptly, and there is no late admittance. Note that smoking is not permitted on the grounds. A community that grows together, builds strength together. Share this information with those that could utilize the tools of yoga to enhance and heal through tools for daily life. Smile Adult $ New Patient 95 Does not include periodontal gum disease treatment. Not to be combined with insurance coverage. • Full set of X-rays • Professional cleaning & polishing • Comprehensive dental exam • Personal consultation $ 337 .00 Value Holliston Dental Associates 859 Washington St. • Holliston Dental Care for a Beautiful & Bright... • Family & Cosmetic Dentistry • Ceramic Veneers • Complete Smile Makeovers for All Ages • Removable Dentures (Partial & Complete) • Implants & Root Canals • Evening Appointments • Same Day Emergency Care • Most Insurances Accepted • Senior Discounts • Sedation Dentistry Zoom Whitening $150.00 OFF! (Reg $500.00) GENTLE. COMFORTABLE. AFFORDABLE 508-429-4445

February 2018 Holliston Local Town Pages Page 17 Living Healthy Holliston Pantry Shelf Thanks Its Helpers On January 16th, members of the Holliston Pantry Shelf held an event thanking those in the community who helped make their move to 73 Charles Street a reality. Here are a few photos. Members of the Student Board of the Holliston Pantry Shelf with one of the original founders, Sylvia Stickney. From left, Cameron Todd, Sylvia Stickney, Alexis Murphy, Addie Raymer and Michaela Campbell. Those who make the Pantry Shelf happen: From left, David O’Neill, Robert Nemet, Tony Polise, Debbie Kerrigan, Steve Bradford, Keely Krantz, Linda Caron and Amy Porter. Emily Pilotte O.D., Sabrina Gaan O.D. and Suzanne Rosenberg O.D. Evening & Saturday Appointments • Most Insurances Accepted Left: National Honor Society members Lucas Pocher, Kipliing Stopa and Scott Elliott came out to help at the event. Welcoming New Patients Comprehensive Eye Examinations Hundreds of Frames for Every Budget Sunglasses/Sport Glasses Contact Lenses • Lasik Consults Pediatric Vision Care Children's Optical Boutique Come Shop Our Newly Designed Optical Boutique 77 West Main Street, Hopkinton • 508-497-9500 • Shouldn’t this be YOUR NEXT HOME? We invite you to come and experience our affordable, independent, and assisted living options at the Communities at Golden Pond. Discover the Golden Pond Difference Ask about our respected memory care program, fun-filled activities and trips, renowned dining services, and the many other benefits Golden Pond has to offer. Come take a tour and enjoy lunch with us! Contact Lisa Jacobs at 508-435-1250 x25 Golden Pond 50-60 West Main Street Hopkinton, MA 01748

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