Wouldn’t Every Community Benefit from a Holistic Health Collective Like the River Guild?

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The River Guild is a holistic health collective with community space serving Concord and Central New Hampshire. Their classes include yoga, healthy eating seminars, meditation, reading groups, author events, mindful parenting, art and children’s classes.

Their philosophy is grounded in the firm belief that everyone has something to learn and everyone has something to teach!

And they have an outstanding group of educators and practitioners who use The River Guild as their home base.  These instructors and this organization are helping to build an essential bridge between art and science.

Meet Jennifer Sue Mallard, a talented actress and one of the dedicated instructors at the River Guild Holistic Health Collective.  She teaches many forms of art all of which is approached in a therapeutic way. She incorporates meditation in every class and teaches improv for adults and youth.

Doesn’t this look like an exciting place? Whether for primary treatment or to support traditional medicine, with all the chaos in health care these days, it is reassuring to hear about a calming and loving place for healing.  And what a great place for instructors too!

Jen also teaches wire wrapping healing stones, painting from your soul and collaborative choreo!

I’m loving having found an outlet to combine my passions of helping people organically and in a healthy way by using what I know And love. Art is such a beautiful form of medicine and I’m lucky to have become aware of how I can use my skills in a deeper way, to bring us all together and heal the soul!  –Jennifer Sue Mallard

Don’t these classes sound wonderful?  I wonder what collaborative choreo is!

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