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Business briefs, June 21 edition

Bob Martel named president of National Guild of Hypnotists’ state chapter

Bob Martel (photo/submitted)

Bob Martel (photo/submitted)

Marlborough – Bob Martel has recently been named president of the National Guild of Hypnotists Commonwealth Chapter, which serves to promote the distinct profession of hypnosis. “We help everyday, ordinary people solve ordinary, everyday problems,” said Martel. “As hypnotists, we work to help people resolve fears and anxieties, manage weight, stop smoking, improve sports performance and build overall self-confidence and esteem.” Positive Results Hypnosis has just announced a unique stop-smoking program consisting of a small group session followed by a more personal, private session at its office at 200 E. Main St., Suite B, in Marlborough. “For the person committed to quitting nicotine, this two-step program works,” Martel said. The workshop will be held Thursday, June 27, and the cost is $199. Call 508-481-8383 or visit www.positiveresultshypnosis.com for details.

 

 

 

Notre Dame Health Care holds 20th anniversary event

Worcester – Notre Dame Health Care, located at 559 Plantation St. in Worcester, will be hosting its 20th Anniversary Homecoming Liturgy & Artisan/Marketplace Festival, Sunday, June 23. The Liturgy begins at 10 a.m., followed by the festival from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., and will feature the works of local artisans, crafters, food vendors, a silent auction and live entertainment.

 

YMCA announces LIVESTRONG program

Westborough – LIVESTRONG, a free 12-week small-group program designed for adult cancer survivors wanting to regain health after becoming de-conditioned or chronically fatigued from treatment and/or disease, will be available at the YMCA Boroughs Family Branch, 4 Valente Drive, Westborough. The program includes a free 12-week YMCA family membership, two 75-minute classes per week, and full access to the YMCA seven days per week. The program is designed to improve energy levels and self-esteem. Focus is placed on building muscle mass and strength, as well as increasing flexibility and endurance in an effort to improve the functional ability to do everyday tasks. For more information or to schedule your intake appointment, contact Christine Salovardos at csalovardos@ymcaofcm.org or 508-870-1320, ext. 290.

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