CALENDAR of EVENTS

I enjoy providing introductory classes in my community of Northwest Arkansas-
check out the below for upcoming events
 
  1. Calendar Year 2017
    NATURAL VISION WORKSHOPS Are you interested in natural vision improvement, however would rather attend a workshop instead of private or group sessions? Check back for updates, or contact me for more information. TBD: Three, one-half days TBD: Two full days
  2. Summer 2017
    INTRODUCTORY CLASS Hey Northwest Arkansas, does your organization like to have guest speakers? How about an reserving an hour or two to benefit everyone...a free introductory on natural vision improvement. Please go to the contact page of this website to send an email or call.
  1. August 30, 2016
    The Honeycomb Kitchen Shop is a sponsor of The Buddy Project, which is a free 12-week program for cancer survivors. The program helps survivors build relationships with other survivors while learning to live a healthier lifestyle during and after treatment. Participants will partake in a different class each week, including fitness classes, art classes, and nutrition classes. HKS is sponsoring a cooking class on August 30, 2016, 6:30. I will be there to teach some recipes using natural herbs to help with digestive health. HKS will follow with some simple healthy recipes that the survivors can make at home to help with their recovery. I do believe the class is already full, check out the new "honeycombkitchenshop.com in downtown Rogers, AR for more information and future class schedules.
  2. November 13, 2016 (Sunday)
    Gemma Lawless, Natural Vision Teacher/Coach, from Tulsa, OK and I will be offering a free introductory class on how to use the Bates Methods for natural vision improvement at Hobbs State Park - Conservation Area on Sunday, November 13, 2016, 2:00 pm.  It's easy, fun, and all about new ways to use your eyes....naturally. If you have time to use your eyes incorrectly, then you have time to use them correctly- all day, every day. This techniques are useful for all, regardless if your refraction errors are nearsighted, farsighted, astigmatism or simply reading-up close. Come on out to the park and join us. All you have to lose is "the blur"!