Whatcom Natural Health is a community health directory where you can find and review businesses that support your healthy lifestyle:
-stores, markets and farmstands
-alternative medicine practitioners
-yoga and pilates studios
-gyms and trainers
Browse the categories on the left or use the search box to get started.
When Lynden’s brand new Farmers Market opens June 4th, all the Whatcom County markets will be up and running for the season.
Bellingham – Downtown: Saturdays 10am-3pm at Railroad and Chestnut
Sustainable Connections has loaded its Whatcom Food & Farm Finder brochure into a very cool interactive online map. The map key lists all vendors in alphabetical order, with icons that identify the type of business: leaf for farms, basket for shopping, knife and fork for restaurants. Click on a business name for details, contact information, and directions.
View Whatcom Food & Farm Finder Map in a larger map
QiGong (or Chi Kung) is a gentle yet powerful set of meditations and exercises that focuses on building physical health and inner tranquility. Harmonize body, breath, and mind as you learn stillness within movement and movement in stillness. Reduce stress, get a workout, build energy, and develop self-awareness.
Art Baner has an extensive background in Chinese martial arts, yoga, exercise therapy, and meditation practice. Course is suitable for people of all ages and levels of physical conditioning. The course is five sessions; there’s also an option to bundle with five sessions of Tai Chi. Classes start April 12, with QiGong at 6:30pm and Tai Chi at 7:30. A second section begins May 17. Register here.