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Natural Awakenings Updates Free Healthy Living App

Apr 27, 2012 03:16PM

Network Provider Directory Now Available to Members.

Obtaining discounts on products and services focused on wellness and natural, healthy lifestyles is now easier than ever, thanks to a new benefit available to Natural Awakenings Network (NAN) members. A free Natural Awakenings app allows members to use their iPhone or iPad to find NAN providers, searching by category or by state. Individuals on the go can find products, practitioners and services dedicated to healthy living, right at their fingertips.

The exclusive app is available as a free download at Apple’s iTunes App Store. It instantly connects to user-friendly galleries including article archives, a comprehensive library of thousands of articles searchable by key words; a national directory that lists healthy, green businesses, resources and services, complete with directions; and now, the NAN Provider Directory.

NAN’s extensive network encompasses practitioners of alternative and complementary medicine, including chiropractic, naturopathy, acupuncture, body therapies and energy work, as well as health and fitness clubs, health food stores, yoga centers, bookstores, spas and vegetarian/healthy restaurants. NAN members enjoy discounts ranging from 5 to 50 percent on products and services offered through NAN providers and can choose individual or family coverage.

“Our goal is to empower people to enjoy wellness, wherever they are,” says Natural Awakenings founder Sharon Bruckman. “Updating this exclusive app allows NAN members to quickly connect with local providers as they map out alternate routes to healthier, happier, longer lives.”

For more information about the Natural Awakenings Network, visit NaturalAwakeningsNetwork.com. To download the free app, search “Natural Awakenings” in the iTunes App Store (Apple.com/iTunes) or visit NaturalAwakeningsMag.com.

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