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Health & Wellness, Tourism All you need to unwind

In addition to being a pleasant diversion, soaking in hot springs can help the body to detoxify, relieve stress and relax tired muscles.

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Kimberley, Developments, Health & Wellness, Tourism A centre of excellence

When the City of Kimberley officially opened the doors to the gorgeous state-of-the-art Conference and Athlete Training Centre at the base of Kimberley Alpine Resort, it was to a packed house.

by Tanya Lang Gahr
Nelson, Developments, Health & Wellness Raising walls to raise funds

The Kootenay Lake Hospital Foundation House is the result of a community working together.

by Glynis Fediuk
Nelson, Health & Wellness Get away from it all

Maureen Uhrich and Henry Moscalenko were looking for a glorious setting to open Aries B&B and Wellness Resort; what better place than the Kootenays?

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Nelson, Health & Wellness Putting health first

The Community First Health Co-op was incorporated by a team of Nelson citizens who wished to support local health care

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Creston, Health & Wellness Another step in an ongoing journey

Lucka Hegerova has opened Motion Yoga Center in Creston, B.C., and is already making a positive impact on the community.

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Marion Mazzocchi holding a rack of remedies
Health & Wellness The elements of health

Marion Mazzocchi has an impressive history in the health-care industry. She now owns Elemental Energies in Slocan Park.

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Marissa Moore in her office
Revelstoke, Health & Wellness Holistic healing

At Wildflower Wellness in Revelstoke, B.C., owner Marissa Moore has developed an authentic Canadian spa.

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Nelson, Health & Wellness Keeping it fresh and flavourful

Endless Harvest brings a healthy variety to Kootenay diets, with their organic market and home delivery service.

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Education, Health & Wellness A healthy education

Teck and the Cancer Society have donated a very useful pelvic exam table to the Selkirk College nursing program.

by Carrie Voysey
Creston, Health & Wellness Innovative ideas

A health recruiting program in Creston is overcoming the barriers associated with drawing doctors to rural locations.

by Glynis Fediuk

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