2019 Vendors

6th Street Hy-Vee
Ad Astra Running
Arbonne International
Back in Balance Family Chiropractic
Bert Nash Community Mental Health Center, Inc.
Body Specific
Campus Cupbord
Commerce Bank
Common Harvest CSA
doTERRA Essential Oils
Exercise Therapy of Kansas City
for the Love of Peach
Garry Gribble's Running Sports
Genesis Health Clubs
Guidepost Rx
Harmony Chiropractic
Heart Chan Meditation at Lawrence Kansas
Heck Family Dentistry
Jazzercise Lawrence Premier Fitness Center
Julie Bear Don't Walk Acupuncture & Integrative Health
K-State Research and Extension - Douglas County 
KU Benefits
KU Child and Family Services Clinic
KU Dining
KU Recreation Services
Lava Yoga
Lawrence Transit
Lean Kitchen Company
Lyme Association of Greater Kansas City
National Kidney Foundation serving Kansas, Western MO and Oklahoma
Natural Grocers
Peace Love Joy Yoga
Planet Fitness
Premier Martial Arts
Prime TMS
Robinson Chiropractic
Rx Savings Solutions
Schiefelbusch Speech-Language-Hearing Clinic
Student Money Management Services
The Bodhi Tree holistic healing
The Chiropractic Element
The Jayhawk Club Wellness Center
The Merc Co+op
The Sexual Trauma & Abuse Care Center
The Willow Domestic Violence Center
Tobacco Free KU
University of Kansas Memorial  Corporation
University of Kansas Psychological Clinic
University of Kansas School of Pharmacy
Voya Financial
Watkins Health Services

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

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