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  • Free Sunset Yoga in Sister Bay

    All are welcome to enjoy free, outdoor, sunset yoga in Sister Bay’s Waterfront Park on Mondays, 7-8 pm, July 1 through Sept. 2. Try it once, or join the class every week. Certified instructors from Ironwood Yoga will teach. Limited mats will be available, so supply your own mat if possible. Ironwood Yoga, Ecology and […]

  • The Pearl of Door County Is Home for ‘Soul Curious’

    Housed in an airy room in Sturgeon Bay’s Fairfield Building, naturally lit, and lined with colorful art, flags and crystals, the Pearl of Door County is a new venue offering classes in yoga, meditation, medicinal herbs, moon circles, nature immersion and chakra balancing. This past Saturday, the Pearl welcomed the community to a grand-opening celebration […]

  • CBD + Yoga = COGA at Algoma’s Roots Yoga

    Roots Yoga and One Health WI are partnering to offer Algoma’s first COGA class – which is CBD and yoga – July 10 and 24, 6:30–7:30 pm, at Roots Yoga, 400 2nd St. in Algoma. Drink CBD tea – courtesy of One Health WI – to destress; then relax with guided meditation by Roots Yoga. The cost […]

  • Shannon Carney Joins The Spa at Sacred Grounds

    The Spa at Sacred Grounds is adding master trainer Shannon Carney to its staff. She brings her 200-hour Yoga Alliance certification from Milwaukee where, for more than 15 years, her mission has been to teach people how to live better. She will be teaching yoga, conditioning, strength, cardio, sculpting and restorative classes and will be […]

  • Swim Safety Is Top Priority

    by Sean Ryan, Race Director, Door County Triathlon Recent fatalities during the swim portion of other Midwest triathlons have attracted media interest and inquiries from participants. In response, the organizers of the Door County Triathlon (DCT) are providing the following information to keep the participants safe and to maximize their safety during the swim portion […]

  • Stargazers Offers Summer Workshops

    Nancy Brown opened the metaphysical store Stargazers in 1989 with a desire to help others discover their inner wisdom. After Brown’s passing in 2012, Diana Blagdon continued to bring clarity to her customers until she succumbed to ALS earlier this year. Amy Maras now runs the store in Fish Creek’s Founders’ Square and said, “The […]

  • Grand Opening at The Pearl of Door County June 22

    The Pearl of Door County, in the lower level of downtown Sturgeon Bay’s Fairfield Building, is celebrating its grand opening June 22, 2-7 pm, with drinks, light snacks, raffle giveaways, tarot-card readings and angel-card readings. Dorothy Scott will perform immediately after the opening. Tickets are $20 in advance or $30 at the door. Concert seating […]

  • Confirmed Cases of Measles in Neighboring States

    Between Jan. 1 and May 31, 2019, 981 individual cases of measles have been confirmed in 26 states. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), this is the greatest number of cases reported in the U.S. since 1994 and since measles was declared eliminated in 2000. With confirmed cases in Iowa, Illinois […]

  • ZenJen Wellness Offers Qi Gong Classes

    ZenJen Wellness is offering Qi Gong classes Mondays at 5 pm, Tuesdays at 8 am and Wednesdays at 10 am at Dancin’ on the Door, 4616 Harbor School Road in Egg Harbor. Learn the art of slow movement and breath as you restore your body, mind and spirit with instructor Jen Aldrich. Call 920.868.5089 to […]

  • ‘Sage-ing’ and CPR Classes

    The Northern Door Health & Wellness Ministry (NorthernDoorHealthWellness.com) continues its Community Health Information Programs with “Sage-ing” on June 23, 4 pm, at First Baptist Church in Sister Bay. Trish Black, a certified Sage-ing leader, will discuss growing older with wisdom, dignity and grace. The ministry also offers free blood-pressure screenings monthly on the second Tuesday, […]

  • Crossroads Used-Shoe Collection and Trail Run/Walk

    Do you have running or other athletic shoes that don’t work for you anymore? Take your used running shoes to be collected June 21-22 on the shoe-hanging tree near the front of the Collins Learning Center at Crossroads at Big Creek, 2041 Michigan St. in Sturgeon Bay. Working with Fleet Feet of Appleton, Friends of […]

  • Clutter Control: You’ve Got This Handled

    Depending on your occupation and circumstances, summer may be a time of relaxation or very hard work, but it’s definitely not a time to let clutter slow you down or clog up your life. Let’s explore where clutter originates and consider some ideas to limit it on the way to cultivating a more streamlined, calm […]

  • Dave LaLuzerne to Lead Herb Walk June 15

    Herbal pharmacist Dave LaLuzerne will lead an herb walk – limited to 16 participants – at Ellison Bluff County Park on June 15, 10 am – 12 pm. During this fundraiser for the Climate Change Coalition of Door County, he’ll teach hikers about the medical and culinary uses of spring woodland plants such as ramps, wild sarsaparilla, burdock, […]

  • ‘Sage-ing’ Presentation June 23

    Northern Door Health & Wellness Ministry (northerndoorhealthwellness.com) continues its Community Health Information Programs with “Sage-ing” on June 23, 4 pm, at First Baptist Church in Sister Bay. The speaker will be certified Sage-ing leader Trish Black. The ministry also offers free blood-pressure screenings beginning at 5 pm at the Loaves & Fishes meal, held monthly […]

  • Yoga for Corrective Posture at Door County Yoga

    Poor posture – an epidemic in modern times – causes the front body and shoulders to round forward and the back muscles to become weak, long and inhibited. This creates stress on the neck, which can lead to headaches, thoracic outlet, carpal tunnel syndrome and more. Yoga for Corrective Posture seeks to alleviate this pain […]

  • ADRC Hosts Sun-Safety Presentation

    The Aging & Disability Resource Center (ADRC) will host a presentation about melanoma and safety in the sun June 11, 1 pm, at the ADRC. Registered nurses Katie VanLaanen and Holly Weber of the Door County Health Department will present the program. To register, call the ADRC at 920.746.2372 or sign up in person.

  • Align Your Vibration with Sound Massage

    I’ve listened to a lot of music, but I didn’t know there could be so many sounds at once. This was my immediate takeaway after a sound-massage session with Chris Zimonick, creator of the High Heart Project, named after the 13th chakra: what connects us to the divine. The project is a collection of her […]

  • Three Herbals Workshops at Junction Center Yoga Studio

    Joanne Bauman is an ardent follower of the Wise Woman tradition, one of the world’s oldest healing traditions, practiced in most cultures worldwide. Plant lovers are invited to join her for a series of workshops at Junction Center Yoga Studio June 8-9. “I know my plant allies deeply and count on them in a variety […]

  • Create Order by Maximizing Vertical Spaces

    Are you spring cleaning? Moving back into your summer space? Looking to simplify your environment year-round? One of the most useful tactics that you’ll ever take into the organizing battle is maximizing vertical space. Whether that means hanging objects from walls or ceilings, stacking them vertically, or just standing them on end versus laying them […]