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Think no pain and total relaxation with sensory deprivation a.k.a float therapy at Transitions Float Therapy located at 14141 U.S. Highway One, Juno Beach.  This is a brand-new concept in relaxation and pain relief therapy through the concept of sensory deprivation.

A sensory deprivation tank, also called an isolation tank or flotation tank, is used for restricted environmental stimulation therapy (REST). It is a dark, soundproof tank that is filled with a foot or less of very dense salt water. The first tank was designed in 1954 by John C. Lilly, an American physician and neuroscientist. In the 1970s, viable float tanks were created and began being studied for probable health benefits. These days, finding a sensory deprivation tank is easy, with

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Ayurveda is one of the few health practices developed centuries ago that is still widely practiced in modern times. Ayurveda treatises describe three elements which will result in health, while inequality of these same elements result in disease. It is considered a complete holistic approach emphasizing diet, exercise,  herbal remedies, meditation, breathing, and physical therapy Local Ayurvedic lifestyle consultant and former yoga teacher Cecile Alfonzo, owns a wildly popular bistro and juice bar in Juno Beach.

Jaya Nutrition Bar, 869 Donald Ross Road, Juno Beach, is a laid-back café with good vibes and fresh, healthy eats. They serve balanced recipes with only organic produce. In addition to acai bowls, kombucha, smoothies and cold-pressed

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The Town of Juno Beach is a seaside community located on a barrier island along the Atlantic Coastal Ridge. It was formed by the cutting channels of the Intracoastal Waterway and the Atlantic Ocean. The abundance of water provides part of the attraction of this quaint place to live, work and play.  

You can bring your furry best friend and smartphone, camera or sketchpad to enjoy magnificent sunrises and sunsets at the Juno Beach Park for cherished memories. Many residents of Juno Beach head over to the pier for serenity. The Juno Beach Pier House offers something for anglers, sightseers, and beach goers alike! The pier offers visitors 990-feet of boundless saltwater fishing and perfect opportunities to enjoy the scenic view. The Pier House at the

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One of the most cherished and celebrated events to occur in Jupiter is when the sea turtles make their way onto the beaches to lay their eggs. The month of May is the time for you to register for the nighttime walks to witness this incredible site.

The amazing staff at the Loggerhead Marinelife Center provide guided walks along the beach that allow the guests to learn and observe the egg laying and hatching process. “A Turtle Walk is a unique program that allows our visitors to learn about, and observe, the nesting and egg-laying process of sea turtles.  Experienced Loggerhead Marinelife Center scouts will patrol our designated section of Juno Beach searching for sea turtles while visitors enjoy an informative presentation on the plight of sea turtles,

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Every Tuesday, at the Loggerhead Marinelife Center in Juno Beach is a new program for seniors in the area, called “Science for Seniors.” Science for Seniors is an incredible lecture series discussing health and science. What makes this program so impressive is its leader, Dr. Brown of Harvard University and Tufts University of Medicine. Dr. Brown has some incredible knowledge and experience to share and some great tools to help get the participants involved in the lecutres. 

The Science for Seniors lecture lasts one hour and is free of charge. But make sure to reserve your seat because the lectures can fill up quickly. For more information please visit the Loggerhead Marinelife Center’s website www.marinelife.org or email Hannah Campbell at

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A young adult loggerhead sea turtle, is scheduled to be released back to the Atlantic Ocean on Wednesday, April 5, 2017 at 11:00 a.m. He was named “Squash” by Loggerhead Marinellite Center, in seaside Juno Beach, marine biologists and center employees.

Squash, the turtle, was found floating and incapable of diving below the surface.  Sea turtles are air breathing reptiles, they need to surface to breathe. Sea turtles can hold their breath for several hours and depending upon the level of activity, a resting or sleeping turtle can remain underwater for 4-7 hours.

Squash was spotted last November 11, 20’16 floating and unable to dive in the Intracoastal Waterway near Jensen Beach. Florida Fish and Wildlife officers brought the turtle to

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Bring the kids out to the Mangrove Exhibit at the Loggerhead Marinelife Center in Juno Beach for a day of feeding the wildlife! Every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 3 in the afternoon the fish feeding takes place. 

Guests will get to take a tour through the Mangrove Exhibit, which is a beautiful display of Florida’s coastal ecosystems. You will learn about the importance of estuaries, mangrove islands, and the symbiotic relationships between these animals and their environments. The best part of the demonstration is the feeding! The staff of educated professionals at Loggerhead Marinelife Center will show guests how to feed different animals within the aquarium, from sea anemones to fish and even corals. 

This program is FREE and all guests are

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The Loggerhead Marinelife Center in Juno Beach hosts a fun and educational fish feeding program for the kids. This is a free program an it  takes place at the Mangrove exhibit, which displays the habitats of Florida’s coastal ecosystems. 

Kids who attend the program will get to learn about the different animals that live in these environments and their feeding habits. They will get to see an up-close and live feeding to see how the fish feed and interact with each other. Kids get to touch and see the different types of foods these fish eat too, from corals, anemones, other fish and plankton. 

The Fish Feeding program at Loggerhead Marinelife Center takes place every Tuesday and Thursday at 3:00pm. The program is free for everyone. 

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Calling all kids who love to help animals, the Junior Vet Lab Program offered at the Loggerhead Marinelife Center is for you! This fun and interactive program takes place at the Loggerhead Marine Life Center in Juno Beach, and aims to educate kids 12 years of age and under about the science behind rehabilitating and releasing turtles back into their natural habitat. 

The program is made super fun with “Dr. Logger,” one of the educated volunteers at Loggerhead, leads the program. The program happens daily for about 30 minutes and walks the kids through the center talking about everyone from rescue to release. The day starts with a role-played phone call to Dr. Logger over the walkie talkie with the kids, asking them to come to the beach to help an

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Calling all fishing enthusiasts or those who want to become fishing enthusiasts now is your chance to get private fishing lessons from expert anglers at the Juno Beach Pier. 

The one-hour, private lessons are going to be held every Saturday, Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday. The time slots will be 7am, 8am, 4pm and 5pm on these days. 

The Juno Beach Pier staff takes great pride in education avid fishermen and women on the environment, local fish species and all of the tricks and rules for catching them. 

“Private Fishing Lessons for adults and kids, ages 8+! If you’d like to learn fishing techniques and how you can help protect and restore the marine environment from expert anglers, please contact Demi at dfox@marinelife.org.”

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