To your holistic well-being

All health-giving bases seem to be covered.

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May 5, 2016 12:08
Moshav Even Sapir

On Essene Farm, an ecological health venue on Moshav Even Sapir. (photo credit: SHELDON RICE)

 
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If you are going to offer the public some insight on how to improve their health, and maintain the wished-for well-being upturn, having firsthand experience can help to get the message across. Sheldon and Ginat Rice certainly have that, in spades.

From May 15 to 20 the American- born longtime Israeli resident couple will oversee a mammoth gathering at the Essene Farm, an ecological health venue on Moshav Even Sapir, just down the hill from Hadassah-University Medical Center in Ein Kerem.

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