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Ladies Night Out in Bloomington

Apr 01, 2024 12:00AM ● By Twin Cities
Planet Gratitude LLC and the businesses at the International Village Building are hosting a Ladies Night Out on Tuesday, May 21 from 6-8:30 p.m. The event will feature local vendors, live music, food, free chair massage and health screenings. Proceeds benefit Gilda’s Club Twin Cities, a non-profit cancer support community founded in memory of SNL star Gilda Radner.

All are welcome to enjoy a fun evening out with girlfriends that involves great wellness deals including free chiropractic screenings, range-of-motion screenings and chair massages and over $1000 in prizes. The first 50 attendees will receive goodie bags, too. Live music will be played by Juan Garcia. Items for sale include Crystal Rock Shop jewelry, crystals and herbs, Mind Body Soul wellness coaching and EDS screening, Moremito, Young Living Oils, Cure Quest tinctures, acupuncture and hair braiding. Food will be donated by Jimmy Johns, Aroma Indian Cuisine, Solomon’s Bakery and Nova Italia Gourmet.

Attendees can also sign up for a $20 Initial First Day Chiropractic Visit that includes a consultation, exam and a written report of exam findings and treatment recommendations ($150 value) at Planet Gratitude. For $20, they also have the option to sign up for a 30-minute Initial Assessment and Range-of-Motion, Stretching and Massage Session ($62 value).

“Go home feeling relaxed and rejuvenated. Learn more about your health than you did when you came. Show off your great deals, purchases and prizes!” shares Dr. Una Forde, owner of Planet Gratitude Chiropractic. “Proceeds support a great cause,” Forde adds. “Each $20 first visit fee will be donated to Gilda’s Club during March, April and May.”

The event is organized by Planet Gratitude LLC, which has recently rebranded from the union of Golden Sun Chiropractic Wellness Center, LLC and Healing Taj holistic stretching and massage.

Location: International Village Professional Building, 220 W. 98th St., Bloomington. Call 952-922-1478 or visit, and