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September 8
Weaving Integrative Medicine with Internal Medicine 
FREE Monthly Seminar and Discussion – Weaving Integrative Medicine with Internal Medicine  – Learn how to build your immune system and take charge of your health. If you are suffering from chronic conditions, you’ll learn why you don’t have to live with your “incurable” symptoms anymore. Topics covered include: Cancer, Heart Disease/Stroke, Diabetes, Arthritis, Osteoporosis, ADD/ADHD, Chronic Fatigue, Fibromyalgia, Food Allergies, Nutrition, and many more. You should come to this discussion if you feel, “My Doctor said everything is fine! Then why do I feel so lousy?” Second Tuesday of each month at 6:30 pm at our healing clinic: Prevention and Healing, Inc., 10908 Schuetz Road, St. Louis, MO 63146. Seminar led by Dr. Simon Yu, M.D., Board Certified Internist. Weaving Integrative Medicine with Internal Medicine to Use the Best Each Has to Offer. Call to verify meeting date; seating is limited, arrive early, 314-432-7802. Please wear a mask and social distance. See patient success stories at www.preventionandhealing.com.

September 8
Babes in the Woods: Babes in the Woods: Creepy Crawlers
Register by September 8. 9:00am to 10:00am and 10:00am to 11:00am. Powder Valley Conservation Nature Center. Dress wisely for a hike looking for insects in the forest. We will see bugs of all shapes, sizes, and colors. To register for MDC events, go to https://short.mdc.mo.gov/ZP6. *For the safety of participants and our staff, MDC asks all guests to observe social distancing guidelines and maintain at least 6 feet from others. Bringing and wearing face coverings is encouraged when indoors, or any time visitors are unable to maintain at least 6 feet from others. Local ordinances requiring face masks will be observed where applicable.

September 19
FOLLOWING LANGUAGE TO TRACK OUR TRAUMA
The second part of a mini workshop. This zoom event is for you if you are a healthcare professional, a personal trainer or physical therapist, or for those interested in their own self exploration. Saturday Sept. 19th from 9-11:00 CST. Contact me with any questions at: gail@bodypresencing.com. 314-995-9755. www.bodypresencing.com

September 19
Hiking: Couples Night Hike: Turkey Ridge Trail
Register by September 19. 5:00pm to 7:00pm. Rockwoods Reservation. Enjoy a trip on Turkey Ridge trail with a friend, family member or significant other. This brisk 2-mile hike highlights interesting glades, bird habitat, and challenging uphill climbs. Please register all participants planning on coming, wear sturdy shoes, and bring your own flashlight and bug spray. To register for MDC events, go to https://short.mdc.mo.gov/ZP6. *For the safety of participants and our staff, MDC asks all guests to observe social distancing guidelines and maintain at least 6 feet from others. Bringing and wearing face coverings is encouraged when indoors, or any time visitors are unable to maintain at least 6 feet from others. Local ordinances requiring face masks will be observed where applicable.

September 21
Nature & Outdoor Photography Class
Improve your outdoor nature and photography skills and expand your creativity in this class. Learn what makes a great photo, the techniques required and the tips and tricks professional photographers use. Complete weekly assignments and bring photos to each class for critique. Field trips required on own; details to be announced in class. Prerequisite: Digital Photography: Introduction or equivalent experience. Bring digital camera to first class. Course meets the curriculum requirements for Digital Photography Essentials Program. 4 sessions. Class will be held completely online in an interactive and easy-to-navigate format. Mondays, Sept. 21 – Oct. 12, 6:30-9 p.m., St. Louis Community College online. $99. Register for PHOT-708 F01 at stlcc.edu or call 314-984-7777.

September 21
Unleashing the Writer Within Class
Every one of us has a special story to tell. But, it can be hard in this busy, modern world to access that creativity. During this class, you’ll learn to peel away the familiar outer layers of doubt, distraction and writer’s block. You’ll get to the core of what we’re actually trying to say and learn to say it with language that is irreplaceably unique to each of us. When the writer within is unleashed, the words will come freely, and the stories we need to tell will finally occur to us. 4 sessions. Class will be held completely online in an interactive and easy-to-navigate format. Mondays, Sept. 21 – Oct. 12, 7-9:30 p.m., St. Louis Community College online. $89. Register for WRIT-701 F01 at stlcc.edu or call 314-984-7777.

September 23
Meditation for Inner Peace Class
Learn practices to calm your anxious mind, relax your body and lift your spirits. Meditation is an important practice in spiritual, as well as intuitive, development. It brings relaxation, mental clarity and emotional balance, opening the heart and mind to greater spiritual awareness. Experience a variety of techniques and find the one that’s best for you. 4 sessions. Class will be held completely online in an interactive and easy-to-navigate format. Wednesdays, Sept. 23 – Oct. 14, 6:30-8:30 p.m., St. Louis Community College online. $69. Register for PERD-732 F01 at stlcc.edu or call 314-984-7777.

September 26
Wildlife: Way Out Weekend: A Socially Distanced Date Night
Register by September 26. 6:00pm to 8:00pm. Rockwoods Reservation. Enjoy a fall evening at Rockwoods Reservation with that special someone. Activities will include a privately set candle lit picnic table, music, crafts, and games. Then join us from 7 p.m. on for a s’mores campfire and storytelling . For this event bring your own picnic dinners, blankets, and coolers, but please refrain from alcohol. A flashlight and bug spray are strongly encouraged. S’mores kits will be provided. We request that you sign up all individuals in your party so that we may effectively practice social distancing. To register for MDC events, go to https://short.mdc .mo.gov/ZP6. *For the safety of participants and our staff, MDC asks all guests to observe social distancing guidelines and maintain at least 6 feet from others. Bringing and wearing face coverings is encouraged when indoors, or any time visitors are unable to maintain at least 6 feet from others. Local ordinances requiring face masks will be observed where applicable.

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