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Fall Fun Day at Juniper Tree Wellness Center and Juice Bar

Juniper Tree Wellness Center and Juice Bar, located in Morgantown, is hosting a Fall Fun Day from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m., October 7. Festivities include vendors, live music and face painting, as well as caramel apple bowls and other delicious treats.

Owner Laura Parker, author and life coach for nearly 10 years, is committed to walking alongside others to assist with the journey toward overall balance and health. She is also a motivational speaker who has a desire to bring a healthier awareness to the community.

“We take a holistic approach to pretty much everything we do here,” explains Parker. “I have studied holistic and herbal techniques and believe overall health starts on the inside. If you are looking for ways to start an overall change in your life, then now is the time.”

Juniper Tree Wellness Center specialties include life balance and wellness coaching, healthy cooking and meal planning, diet and detoxification. Workshops and events can be found online. The fresh pressed juice bar features protein shakes, Kombucha, smoothies and fruit bowls.

Location: 4997 N. Twin Valley Rd., Morgantown. For more information, call 610-613-9941, email JuniperTreeWellness@gmail.com or visit JuniperTreeWellnessCenter.com.

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