Sayville Health Store To Hold Free Fitness Classes On Health Day – Patch

SAYVILLE, NY – A Sayville health store is aiming to show its appreciation for the community.
Cornucopia Natural Foods, located at 35 N Main St, invites the community to attend their “Health Day” on Saturday July 9 from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. to highlight various areas and resources of healthy living on Long Island.
The event will feature local gyms, yoga studios, nutrition coaches, allergy-friendly baked goods, locally-produced food companies, raffles and more.
The day will begin with an 8 a.m. yoga class, hosted by Raquel Vamos, owner of Free Spirits Yoga Studio and co-founder of the Dharma Yoga Wheel. Breakfast will then be provided by Cornucopia and accompanied by coffee samples from BeachBreak Coffee, a LGBTQ+ owned business from Fire Island Pines.
The event will continue with other fitness-focused segments such as a session hosted by CrossFit Games athlete, Christian Harris of MFLH Gyms and a self-defense demonstration from BJJ Black Belt Alex Vamos of Vamos Jiu Jitsu.
Lunch specials will then be served in collaboration with Farmer’s Focus Organic Chicken, as well as other vegan specials from Cornucopia.
Throughout the day other companies such as O23 Coaching, RISE Nutrition and more will be in attendance to discuss their services and provide further insight into healthy living.
The event will conclude with various raffle prizes. Every individual who visits the store during the event will receive one raffle ticket with additional tickets provided for participation in a fitness segment or with a purchase.
“We’re thrilled to be hosting this event promoting wellness in our community, featuring local businesses and long-term partners of Cornucopia,” said Chris Kroeger, general manager.

Founded and family-owned since 1976, the store operates under the belief that a healthy lifestyle looks different for each individual, its website said, and this event seeks to parallel that by showing the variety of offerings in our community.
“Self ownership of physical and mental health is more important than ever,” said Kroeger. “We are extremely grateful for the opportunity to shine a light on some of our favorite local businesses that are designed to guide our community in their personal wellness journeys.”
To learn more about Cornucopia Natural Foods, click here.

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