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Harmony and Fusion, Carolina’s Center for the Healing Arts, will be holding its grand re-opening while also welcoming a new addition to its staff. On Saturday, December 9, from 6… read more →
The Dillsboro Inn—a nature-focused inn and yoga studio located on the shores of the Tuckasegee River in western North Carolina—is celebrating the completion of their new Moon School Yoga Resort… read more →
This year for the holidays, Belue Farms Natural Market has expanded its array of gift items. In addition to fresh fruit, Southern specialties and body care baskets, shoppers will find… read more →
Southern Om Yoga Studio opened in Greenville seven years ago on Woodruff Road next to Whole Foods Market, offering heated classes in static and vinyasa flow styles. Their new location will offer both heated and warm classes in two new state-of-the-art yoga studio spaces.
MEL-O-YOGA offers 18 yoga classes a week, including gentle/beginner, all levels, level 2/3, vinyasa flow/warm power flow, iRise classes, and a restorative-type class. A distinctive offering is “Goat yoga”, as Boulos explains.
Path to Vibrant Living offers neurofeedback, qEEG brain mapping, cognitive testing, and wellness coaching. Neurofeedback is a non-pharmacological approach that helps with a variety of brain-based issues. Results include better sleep, reduced stress, greater emotional resilience, improved relationships, increased focus and attention, improved memory, better balance and sports performance, and increased creativity.
Visitors may enjoy sampling homemade goat’s milk soap and body products, visiting the model trains in the model railroad clubhouse, and strolling through the village shops, including a gift shop, the Train and Hobby Shop and an antique store.