River’s Way Healthcare of VA has moved to 5500 Monument Avenue, Suite T, near St. Mary’s Hospital. “Along with this change in location, I am refocusing my practice,” states owner Nancy Powell, M.D.
The E.A.T. Foundation, a local nonprofit seeking to promote food equity, is hosting a five-to-seven-course pop-up fundraising dinner at 7 p.m. on March 15 at the Firehouse Theatre
Tricycle, Richmond’s leading urban agriculture nonprofit organization, is training the next generation of urban farmers to create a healthy future through urban agriculture.
At the 2018 Urban Farm Tour and Party on September 29, participants can spend the day touring four local farms, learning about urban agriculture and sampling local food and drink.
This casual meet-and-greet health and wellness fair is intended to enable people with chronic pain to connect with healthcare providers.
Embrace Midwifery Care & Birth Center has added several professional practitioners to the staff.
Regional artists will entwine art and nature from May 26 through October 1 on 50 acres of cultivated landscape at Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden to spark a new way of interacting with the natural world.
Deborah Farley, L. Ac., CHHC, DOM (FL), owner of Acupuncture Clinic of Richmond, LLC is joining the team at Lakeside Wellness beginning August 1.
The 13th annual RVA Peace Festival will be held on October 1 (location to be determined).
The Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden is reaching out this fall with additional mindfulness offerings available through regular sessions, workshops and pop-up classes.