A new day-long collection of programs designed to provide women with practical tools to help achieve a peaceful mind, healthy body, and joyful spirit will take place next month in Brighton.
Brighton Light House will host a session on Friday, May 19 called the “Women’s Wellness Advance – Nurturing Women and Our Wellness in Mind, Body, and Spirit.”
“We are excited to host this amazing set of programs facilitated by such great local health and wellness professionals, coaches, and teachers,” said Anna Oginsky, CEO of Brighton Light House. “This day is inspired by a desire to offer the ultimate Health and Wellness retreat, but in the spirit of moving forward we call it an Advance.”
The Women’s Wellness Advance will include nine sessions with local practitioners; an opportunity to create your own Care Plan; lunch prepared by Whisk and Ivy; refreshments throughout the day, including a “morning cuppa” from Good Sense Coffee, and; a chance to win a Self-Care themed basket curated by Minerva’s Salon and Wellness Spa as well as a “swag” bag filled with nurturing items.
Registration for the Women’s Wellness Advance currently is $125 per person, but will be $145 starting May 1st. People can register at Brighton Light House’s website at www.brightonlighthouse.com/wwa.
Brighton Light House also will host a Fine Art Exhibition on Friday, May 5th from 6:00 to 9:00 p.m. Open to the public, the event will feature music, food, and refreshments as part of a temporary fine art exhibition from Main Street Gallery in Leland, Michigan, which represents 40 of Michigan’s premier artists who focus on showing the beauty of Northern Michigan.
The event also will feature art from members of the Brighton Art Guild, pieces from Artisan’s Bench on Main Street in Brighton, and support from Art Ventures, also on Main Street in Brighton.
“We are excited to show off the vibrant art community we have in Livingston County while giving people the chance to enjoy good company, tour Brighton Light House, and observe and maybe purchase pieces of amazing art,” said Daniel Oginsky, co-founder of Brighton Light House.
More information about the art event can also be found on Brighton Light House’s website at www.brightonlighthouse.com or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.