2017 Vendors

Ad Astra Running
Bert Nash Community Mental Health Center
Body Boutique
Body Specific
Colonial Life
Common Harvest CSA
Complete Nutrtion
Connie Fiorella
CPR Solutions
dōTERRA
Dr. Randy Moredock, LCMFT, LLC
EDCare of Kansas City
Fierce Life Wellness
Garry Gribble's Running Sports
Genesis Health Clubs
Health Care Access
HealthQuest (KDHE)
Kansas Disability & Health Program
K-State Research and Extension - Douglas County
KU Benefits
KU Center for Sustainability
KU Child and Family Services Clinic
KU Dining
KU Faculty and Staff Wellness
KU Psychological Clinic
KU Public Safety Office
KU Tobacco Free
KU Weight Management Programs
Lawrence Parks and Recreation Department
Lawrence-Douglas County Health Department
Lawrence-Douglas County Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO)
National Alliance for Mental Illness (NAMI) Douglas County
Natural Grocers
Premier Martial Arts Lawrence
Recreation Services
Robinson Chiropractic
Rx Savings Solutions
RydeBarre
Salon Di Marco & Day Spa
Schroeder Chiropractic
Southwind Health Collective
Student Money Management Services
The Bodhi Tree holistic healing
The Bodhi Tree holistic healing
The Juice Plus+ Company
The Merc Co+op
The Sexual Trauma & Abuse Care Center
The Willow Domestic Violence Center
TherapyWorks
TIAA
UKanQuit
Valeo Behavioral Care-Expressive Therapies
Voya Financial
Watkins Health Center

 

If you are interested in being a vendor next year, please email wellness@ku.edu.


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