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The CompWellness journal provides the next steps into the world of wider-spectrum Complementary Healthcare and Wellness. It is found in most fine healthfood stores - Vitamin Cottage, Whole Foods and independents - as well as local bookstores, restaurants, coffee shops, and Member practitioners and businesses. It has also been sent to many Metro-area public libraries. See the complete list of the Journal Distribution Locations that carry ten or more. Call for additional locations.
The journal changed its look in September. Currently, the booklet-sized journal is organized as a Member Practitioner and Business Directory. Recent online eJournal articles are referenced, along with a Calendar of Member and distributor Events. Columns and articles will be re-introduced in the near future.
The Directory may also be tucked into the group's previous publications of the same page size, the Denver Metro or Boulder County (1997-1999) Complementary Healing Guides, the content of which is at the Complementary Healing eGuide.
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The Denver Metro region now has a journal focusing on Wellness and mainstream Complementary Healthcare, published by the Denver-based educational-professional group. The journal is one way to accomplish the group's "five-ex" objectives:
Up to this point, Denver Metro 'alternative' health journals, newsletters and websites have covered every type of alternative medicine under the sun - Astrology to Zen. This is fine for those already comfortable with a wide range of Complementary Healthcare modalities, but does not generally motivate people and organizations only using conventional practices and products to expand their horizons into other forms of healthcare. Our mission is to facilitate Wellness, by facilitating the use of a full complement of healthcare modalities, working with conventional medicine, not replacing it.
Note: the journal is printed on a Xerox/Tektronix Phaser 850 solid-ink, full-color, letter-size printer donated by Xerox. This technology allows full-color, two-sided printing at very reasonable cost, especially since Xerox provides the black ink at no charge. For the small organization, it makes short-run, full-color booklets, brochures, letterhead, cards, flyers and other business materials much more feasible as well as makes just-in-time publishing a reality. CALL FOR A REFERRAL TO OBTAIN YOUR OWN PHASER PRINTER
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