Category - Education

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Loudoun Farmers Featured on Trading Cards
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Tuckahoe Elementary School shares its Discovery Garden
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Tips to make it through allergy season + local resources
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Students compete and learn at Real Food for Kids Culinary Challenge and Wellness Expo
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4th Annual Grow Your Health Fun for the Whole Family
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NoVA Outside Promotes Outdoor Learning This Spring
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Real Food for Kids to Host Culinary Challenge and Wellness Expo March 12
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Grow Your Health returns for 4th annual gardening, local food & wellness festival
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Health & Wellness Events in Metro DC: Winter & Spring 2016
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Bronson Family Dentistry addresses whole body health

Loudoun Farmers Featured on Trading Cards

Loudoun County has created trading cards featuring local farmers! When I saw  friends sharing images of these cards – like baseball cards, but of local farmers! – I had to find out the story behind how they came to be.

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Tuckahoe Elementary School shares its Discovery Garden

Tuckahoe Elementary hosted the February Arlington Public Schools (APS) School Garden Meetup with a presentation on bringing the outdoors into the classroom and winterizing an outdoor education program followed by a guided tour of the school’s award-winning Discovery Garden. This April cold snap is keeping these tips relevant well into spring! Read More

Tips to make it through allergy season + local resources

The pollen is a-fallin’ here in DC Metro, causing sniffles and congestion for lots of folks, some who regularly suffer seasonal allergies and some children who might be having their first bout of itchy eyes and drippy noses. To find out what’s blowing around today in our area, check out Pollen.com and Weather.com’s Pollen Forecast. And read on to find out how to naturally mitigate allergy symptoms and strengthen the body for next season! Read More

Students compete and learn at Real Food for Kids Culinary Challenge and Wellness Expo

Students from around Fairfax County rose early on Saturday morning to prepare their culinary masterpieces for judges and for the public to taste at the Real Food for Kids Culinary Challenge and Wellness Expo. After the competition was completed, these middle and high school students and other attendees got to participate in two workshop sessions before prizes and awards were handed out. My children are only in elementary school, but our whole family had a lot of fun and learned a great deal about food and about cooking at the event. Read More

4th Annual Grow Your Health Fun for the Whole Family

The fourth annual Grow Your Health Festival of Gardening, Local Food & Wellness was a huge success for the event, and for me! It can be tough to bring kids along to an event that you are “working,” that is staffing a table as I was for Mindful Healthy Life, but the family-friendly nature of the event made the whole day really enjoyable! My kids learned a lot and had a great time. Read More

NoVA Outside Promotes Outdoor Learning This Spring

NoVA Outside, an alliance of environmental educators that was founded in 2010, has some exciting events coming up this spring, beginning with a networking and social event at Meadowlark Gardens on Sunday, March 13.

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Real Food for Kids to Host Culinary Challenge and Wellness Expo March 12

The non-profit organization Real Food For Kids is hosting a Culinary Challenge and Wellness Expo on Saturday, March 12 at Robinson Secondary School in Fairfax, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Attendees at this free event can learn about food writing, promotion and photography, family meal planning, school gardening and school food. The Expo is an outreach program designed to educate students and their families on making healthier lifestyle choices, and ensuring access to real whole foods for all school children. Read More

Grow Your Health returns for 4th annual gardening, local food & wellness festival

The fourth annual Grow Your Health Festival of Gardening, Local Food & Wellness will be held on Saturday, March 5, 2016 at Fairfax High School. the event offers classes on gardening, nutrition and wellness. Topics to be covered include how to start gardens, source better quality food, and learn holistic techniques to achieve better health.  A family-friendly event, the Grow Your Health Festival offers several hours of supervised, age-appropriate activities for children, including gardening classes, kids’ yoga, indoor recess and quiet floor play. From 10:00 to 4:00, parents can take advantage of up to one hour of free childcare for children ages two to ten provided by Play, Work or Dash, a new mom-owned co-working space with childcare in Vienna.
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Health & Wellness Events in Metro DC: Winter & Spring 2016

Sometimes we need to gather all the great health and wellness event information in one place to make sure we keep track of it all! We have lots of great events and classes listed in the Mindful Healthy Life calendar, and we post new things as we learn about them on the Mindful Healthy Life Facebook page and on our Twitter feed @MindfulHealthy. But here is a quick and handy list of some of the bigger not-to-be-missed events coming up this winter and spring.

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Bronson Family Dentistry addresses whole body health

Dr. James Bronson and his son, Dr. Alex Bronson, of Bronson Family Dentistry have made it a priority of their practice to educate others about the many and complex factors that contribute to dental health. They have spoken twice to the Arlington/Alexandria chapter of Holistic Moms Network and are addressing the Northern Virginia HMN chapter at its February meeting. The practice also brings dentists, osteopaths and other healthcare professionals to its McLean offices four times a year for an intensive ALF Educational Institute mini-residency program, involving local families as case studies. Read More

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