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November 22, 2002 - Image 79

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2002-11-22

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Book worm from
Biederlack,
(301) 759-3684.

Book and bottles from
The Print Gallery,
Southfield.

Aromatherapy candle
from Aveda, Somerset
Collection, Troy.

support pillow adjusts to fit a car,
office or airplane seat. It even deflates
small enough to roll up and fit in a
purse. Relax the Back's Birmingham
store, 136 N. Old Woodward Ave.,
also sells yoga mats, exercise balls, and
the Pilates Anytime Kit ($49), with
mat, exercise tubes and video by fit-
ness trainer Melissa Walker. Call (248)
594-1555.
Give the gift of healthy cooking les-
sons. Schoolcraft College in Livonia
offers classes through its Continuing
Education Services, including
Cooking Light to Fresh, Flavorful
Fish. Courses cost $77-$275. Call
(734) 462-4448 for offerings.
Aromatherapy is the medicinal use of

aromatic plants and essential oils.
While there are hundreds of products
out there, we like Aveda's all-natural
line of conditioning body oils, made
from blends of flower and plant
essences. They can be used as body
moisturizers, massage oils, bath oils or
scalp treatments. Choose from
Beautifying Composition, Active
Composition, Energizing Composition
or Calming Composition ($18 each).
Found at fine salons, spas or Aveda
Environmental Lifestyle Stores,
including Somerset Collection in Troy.
Call (248) 816-3333.
Introduce someone to the benefits
of yoga with a gift certificate to the
Center for Yoga, with locations in

Birmingham, Rochester Hills,
Southfield and West Bloomfield.
Classes range from "Healthy Backs"
hatha yoga — focusing on breath and
posture — to prenatal yoga, ashtanga
and cardio-intensive vinyasa. Visit
www.centerforyoga.net .-

Soul- 111

Foster free expression. Blank jour-
nals make great gifts for everyone
from neighbors to family and co-
workers. Office supply shops and
bookstores have great leather-bound
options. Or try Anthropologie in
Birmingham for jeweled, retro jour-
nals. Call (248) 593-5653.

Help bring health and prosperity
into a neighbor's home with the gift of
feng shui books 'or classes on the
Chinese theory of home decorating
and furniture placement. Henry Ford
Community College offers an
"Introduction to Feng Shui: The Art
of Placement" and "Intermediate Feng
Shui." Held at the college's Center for
Lifelong Learning, 22586 Ann Arbor
Trail, Dearborn Heights. Call (313)
317-1500.
If your family member is forever
giving to others, continue the trend
and make a charitable donation in his
or her behalf. Between Sept. 11 and a

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2002

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