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September 29, 2012 Arts & Entertainment, Local News No Comments

This year’s East Hampton Health & Wellness Fair includes Joe Belanger of Belanger Physical Therapy (Marlborough, CT), who has been practicing holistic physical therapy (including cranial-sacral therapy) for 20 years. Proceeds of the fair benefit East Hampton High School Project Graduation.

The EHHS Project Graduation Committee will host a Health & Wellness Fair and Farmer’s Market from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 6 at East Hampton High School, 15 North Maple Street, East Hampton, CT.

The event is free and open to the public. Proceeds benefit the safe-graduation project.

This year’s event includes Joe Belanger of Belanger Physical Therapy (Marlborough, CT), who has been practicing holistic physical therapy (including cranial-sacral therapy )  for 20 years.

He will have a treatment table for hands-on wellness assessments/recommendations and will give a  talk, “You May Have More Say in Your Present and Future Health Status than You are Told.”

Other Health & Wellness Fair participants will include:


Sundogs Designs

East Hampton Parks & Recreation

East Hampton Fire Dept Education Trailer/CERT team

Oneida Holistic Health Center

Massage Works!

Chatham Health District – blood pressure screenings

Middlesex Hospital Breast Cancer/Integrative Medicine

Belanger Physical Therapy

Total Body, LLC – www.totalbodyct.com

Neal’s Yard Remedies

Team Beach Body – www.beachbodycoach.com/bodybelieve

Rotary Club – Amber Alert

Smokey The Bear

Juice Plus

Middlesex Hospital Cancer Center will offer information about a complete range of services to meet the needs of cancer patients and their families, including diagnostics, integrative treatment, support, survivorship and end of life Hospice and palliative care.

Registration remains open for local practitioners and vendors who are engaged in the business of our well being and interested in reaching out to our local community. 

Registration forms can be found at http://ehhsprojectgraduation.com/blog or you may call Jen at 860-267-5845 or Darcy at 860-836-2320 for more information.

Posted September 29, 2012

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