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DeeAnn Saber Sees Opportunity in Body & Sol Women’s Expo: Dr. Deanne Saber, WellnessFirst!

Feb 02, 2014 07:58PM

Dr. DeeAnn Saber

Beginning with Yes, the theme of the upcoming Body & Sol Women’s Expo March 8 and 9, ties into many of the teachings Dr. DeeAnn Saber has learned over the years. She has traveled throughout Europe and South America, learned the languages and lived through a coup. Saber loves working with people, and after attending massage school, she decided to go into naturopathic medicine, graduating from Bastyr University.

Saber’s business, WellnessFirst! has grown from five to 12 practitioners and expanded into two buildings. What she learned is that focusing on what we want, clearly and wholeheartedly, attracts the right people, places and things to make that idea a reality, and that this focused vision, tied to action, can create miracles in anyone’s life.

Saber says, “One of those miracles is the Body & Sol Expo!” She was involved in the Northwest Women’s Show in Seattle, Washington, before moving to Tucson and was excited to meet the founders of Body & Sol and get the word out to greater Tucson that health and wellness can be achieved by all. As head of the fitness team, she is excited to bring to Body & Sol all types of health and fitness teachers.

Dr. DeeAnn G. Saber, NMD, is part of WellnessFirst!, a collaborative, holistic community of practitioners in Tucson dedicated to personal integrity, professionalism, and service. For more information, call 520-209-1755 or visit

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