Wellness by Design, a well-known holistic wellness center in Greenville, is introducing new spa services at their office location at 850 South Pleasantburg Drive. Dr. Connie Casebolt-Carver and her husband, Randy Carver, owners of Wellness by Design, are pleased to be introducing a full service spa. New services include the Icon Aesthetic System that allows aestheticians the ability to provide a
Enlighten Wellness Emporium is now offering BrainTap, a tool to help overcome the ill effects of sympathetic (“fight or flight”) dominance in the autonomic nervous system. BrainTap creates a symmetry of sound frequencies, light synchronization and SMT (Self Mastery Technology) so you can rid yourself of negative self-talk to achieve life goals. “This technology is a safe, natural
Michelle Brewer, MLT (medical lab technician), has been hired as the new office manager for LivingWell Integrative Healthcare, in Easley. Brewer, who graduated from Easley High School, has a Bachelors in Business Administration from Southern Wesleyan University. She is married with three children, and her hobbies include boating and fishing with family on Lake Keowee.
Mel-O-Yoga Studio, in Greer, will host a posture workshop with yoga therapist Joan Craig on September 15 from 2 to 4 p.m. During the workshop, attendees will learn posture exercises as well as mindfulness strategies for standing, sitting and walking. “People who take an active approach to maintain good posture will see improved health,” says studio owner and yoga instructor Melanie Boulos.
Crystal Vision Books and Events Center is hosting its 18th Annual Healing and Creative Arts Festival entitled Weave the Web. Held in Hendersonville, North Carolina, this public event is free to attend although activities such as readings may have fees. The event takes place on September 29 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Harmony and Fusion: the Carolina Center for Healing Arts, will be hosting a Local Artist Showcase on September 9. The event, which will include a variety of events that guests can attend from 1 to 5 p.m., is free to attend and open to all. The new retail gallery will feature live plants and hand-made reclaimed wooden furniture by Ideal Impressions. Native American supplies
As a fundraising event, the Unity Spiritual Center of Clemson-Anderson is hosting a special family-friendly performance of The Trials of the Big Bad Wolf & Goldilocks at the Electric City Playhouse on August 9 at 8 p.m. This evening also features a one-act play of The Trial of Goldilocks. Viewers will enjoy guessing whether the wolf is a villian
Hub City Co-op is partnering with Brown’s Meats for a pig roast and back-to-school sale on Saturday, August 11, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. There will be face painting, free snow cones and a free picture booth for the kids. The Spartanburg Fire Department will be hosting some fire truck tours and the local Humane Society will also be there with a selection of adoptable pets.
Please note that this news brief has been corrected. The print version incorrectly stated that “food, beverages, a cash bar and a 15 second action-oriented business-intro opportunity” was part of the Women’s Expo, when it is in fact part of the Networking/Fundraising Event. Our apologies for any confusion this created. Update: a new article on this event can be found here. To celebrate National Business Women’s Day, the first Upstate Women in Business Expo will be held on September 29 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Organizers are looking for local-owned women businesses to participate as exhibitors. This event was created to support women who are looking for ideas to build their own business, as well as for women who need avenues within which to network and connect in their communities. A women’s networking event and fundraiser for Miracle Hill Ministries
Life Pharmacy and Wellness, formerly known as Skrip Shoppe Compounding Pharmacy, has changed their name and expanded their offerings from non-sterile compounding to offer skin care and nutrition. They have also added a women’s health emphasis pharmacy.