Jo recently spoke at a community panel targeted at educating the public and women on current issues before the Michigan Legislature. These issues all impact women or children and was designed to ensure that awareness of their well-being remains on the radar screen of voters this fall. Jo emphasized that need to take a holistic approach …

Not all health enhancers are medical. Jo Currier, co-owner of Ways to Wellness, located in Midland, said that her business encourages clients to “use complementary practices, in conjunction with – not instead of – conventional treatment.” She offers classes in stress and pain reduction, as well as meditation, in this holistic approach to wellness.
“Wellness is an active process of becoming aware of, and making choices for, a positive lifestyle,” Currier said.

Here is the link to the full article in the Midland Daily News, Sunday, October 7th edition: