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Son of former Northfield principal to bring health expo to Fishers

Staff Report

Two former Hoosiers are back home again in Indiana “to share simple, practical natural health approaches through Holistic Made Easy (HOME) and have invited Indiana local wellness experts to the stage” from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 7 at the FORUM Conference & Events Center, 11313 USA Parkway, Fishers, according to a press release.

Andy Neale is a 1998 graduate of Northfield High School and is the son of former Northfield Jr./Sr. High School principal and longtime Wabash residents, Bill and Shirley Neale. Adrienne (Helm) Neale is a former resident of both Selma and Muncie.

“They want to see their Indiana family, friends and communities live long, happy, healthy lives. After suffering chronic autoimmune issues for nearly five years, Andy and Adrienne found help in the natural health and wellness community. By changing how they ate, the products they used in their home and on their bodies, managing stress and environmental toxins, they are well again,” stated the release.

The pair has invited a group of Indiana local wellness experts to the stage to talk about topics including CBD, natural allergy relief, thyroid issues and lyme disease, improving sleep, easy ways to enjoy a healthier diet. The invited speakers include Dr. Melanie MacLaren, of Dragonfly 360 Yoga & Wellness in Indianapolis; Dr. Paula Ceh, of Live Optimally in Carmel; Dr. Timothy Pohlman, of Indianapolis; and Dr. Angie Ates, board-certified naturopath and natural health educator, of Indianapolis.

There will be natural businesses from all over the state of Indiana represented including Salt For Your Soul, of Indianapolis; Abundant Plate Wellness, of Indianapolis; CryoSolutions, of Muncie; Fitness Together, of Fishers; Anchor Health Chiropractic, of Noblesville; Atlas Chiropractic, of Fishers; and Energy Balancing Holistic & Wellness Center, of Columbus.

The event emcee will be Ashlee Anderson of Muncie, a Wapahani High School and Ball State University graduate. Anderson is an ACSM-certified personal trainer and 200 Hour Certified Yoga Instructor, and now owns a fitness studio, Ashlee Anderson Fitness, in Muncie.

Tickets are open to the general public and are available by visiting Holistic Made Easy’s Eventbrite page: indiananaturalhealthexpo2019.eventbrite.com.

For more information about this event or Holistic Made Easy, please call Adrienne at 561-762-6855 or email holisticmadeeasy@gmail.com.