Maplewood Wellness Center Hosts Grand Opening

Visitors can sample variety of health classes and workshops


Wellspring Health Collective, a family health and wellness center, will host a Grand Opening on Saturday, Sept. 15 from 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. at 697 Valley Street (Pierson's Mill), Maplewood.

The event will feature free mini-workshops on a variety of topics including meditation, Tai Chi, Somatics and nutrition, as well as chair massages and Reiki sessions. 

"I can't wait for the open house so that the community can experience the many different types of practices and workshops that are taking place at Wellspring," said co-owner Sue Rexford of Bodhi Tree Massage.   

Rexford opened the collective in May with Martha Peterson of Essential Somatics and Lynda Rountree of Green Heart Aromatherapy and Massage. 

"We came together so that we could provide a space for alternative health care practices to be provided to the community in one space," said Rexford. "We have had incredible support from the community so far."

Wellspring Health Collective offers Hanna Somatics for muscle pain relief, various types of massage therapy, aromatherapy, psychotherapy, child birth education, nutritional counseling, Tai Chi classes, mindfulness meditation classes, a Reiki practice group and massage skills for caregiver’s workshops. 

For a full list of practitioners, weekly classes and workshops, visit www.wellspringhealthnj.com or call 973-996-2012.

Amy Hebard September 12, 2012 at 12:30 PM
Congratulations to Sue, Martha and Lynda - best wishes on your new location in historic Pierson Mills and kudos for consolidating this rich collection of wellness oriented services for our community. All the best on your new endeavor - I will be coming by!
Doris Young Boyer September 12, 2012 at 04:00 PM
Congratulations to Sue and partners on an exciting and much needed venture.
Berit September 15, 2012 at 11:44 AM
Congratulations to these three women. Lynda changed the end of my pregnancy by helping severe sciatica and hip pain disappear! They offer a great service to our community.


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