New Natural Approach Store Lives Up to its Name




A Natural Approach will conduct a grand opening celebration at 28 North 4th Street, in downtown Columbia, beginning with a noon ribbon-cutting ceremony through 5 p.m., November 3. Free classes, discounts and giveaways will be offered during the opening day event.

A Natural Approach uses small, handcrafted companies, many of which are sourced locally. It is the place to go for organic, plant-based products for people and pets, essential oils, hydrosols and carrier oils. There is a selection of wrapped stone jewelry, bracelets and pet charms made by local artists. The store focuses on natural and Earth-inspired creations with a mission to promote awareness of nature’s purpose in our lives.

A Natural Approach carries 100 percent hemp items and accessories made in sweatshop-free conditions. Colorado-based Mary’s Nutritionals is known for its organically grown and lab-tested CBD products. The store carries several of their items, including super green powder, topical rubs and tinctures. 

Classes will be offered throughout the month on topics such as creative journaling, stones and minerals, plant extracts and essences and energy healing.

For more information, call Stephen Jarvis at 717-449-0336 or email Store@anaturalapproachtolife.com For registration and a detailed calendar, visit anaturalapproachtolife.com.

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