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Shedding Light on Holistic Practices

The Community for Holistic Integration (CHI) of Central PA, a community group working for the integration and unification between holistic and conventional practitioners, will hold their first public meeting at 9:30 a.m., January 21, at the Leg Up Farmers Market. Future meetings will rotate locations each month between York, Dauphin and Lancaster counties. 

 

CHI is working to connect, educate, share ideas, trade services, grow as professionals and work together to bring holistic services to the public, including the most underserved and most-needed areas of the community. It maintains an online provider directory that lists local holistic practitioners and mindful businesses, and puts on special events for the community throughout the year.

 

CHI educates the public about holistic practices and modalities so that they may accept and appreciate incorporating holistic-minded practices into their lives without trepidation or hesitation due to unfamiliarity or misconception. 

 

 

Location: 3100 N. George St., York. For more information, call 717-873-6195, email CHIOfCentralPa@gmail.com or visit CHIWeavers.com/chi-directory.

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