Five ways to enjoy December

1. Relax with massage– for a good cause
Massage Therapist Margot Gerrity at Lakeside Therapies in Clarksville VA is saving for a massage table with a lift in order to alleviate neck pain she experiences while working. I want her to get this soon, so if you’d like to invest in a massage during the holidays, know that your extra business will also be helping towards this needed purchase. Your session will do you a lot of good too! If I can tell you more about Margot’s beneficial work, let me know.

2. Stay in the present moment
cherry pieMindfulness is the theme during December classes at Ohm Yoga Center, Halifax. Check Rebecca’s schedule for class times. Your first class is free.

3. Choose and cut your own tree right on the farm
Pick-a-Pine Plantation is open through this weekend. Call new owner Bill Myers for information, (434) 476-1475.

4. Easygoing shopping
Erin Thackston of South Boston opened a new little shop inside The Market on Virginia Avenue, Clarksville. Her space, Shoofly Pie, has gift items and lake-themed decor. From time to time she may add furniture that she refinishes herself.

5. A really exquisite bar of handcrafted soap
All-natural and handcrafted by Mary Helen Stafford of Vernon Hill, Honey Oaks Soap is available in downtown South Boston at Natural Way Health Food Store, The Halifax County Visitors Center, and at Staunton River State Park. A batch of peppermint soap was curing at press time.

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