Open House

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Several of the businesses at Surina Business Park are having an open house this Saturday. It’s a good opportunity to swing by and see what all is available over there.

Turn onto Malcom Street off of Argyle Avenue and take your first left. You can’t miss it.

The open house is Saturday, April 7th from 1:00 to 4:00 PM.

See below to learn more about some of the businesses and owners.

Melissa Wickey of Wayfinder Wellness

Wayfinder Wellness specializes in total health- calm mind, supple body, and sparkling spirit. Through  acupuncture, massage therapy, herbal and dietary medicine, tai chi, and lifestyle education, Melissa strives to help her patients achieve an inner balance that fosters creativity, peacefulness, and happiness. She offers online booking, private sessions, a weekly community clinic ($30/treatment), classical Yang style tai chi chuan classes, and will be starting a free community mindfulness meditation practice shortly. More information can be found at www.wayfinderwellness.com

Joy Hauschild in The Factory

The Factory
Joy and Al Hauschild have over 30 years experience in the ‘soft case goods’ industry product design and development along with small production runs.

Manufacturing sewn products made from canvas, vinyl, and leather for marine, aviation, and automotive applications; The Factory also offers commercial and residential awnings and upholstery services.

Call or email to set up an appointment to review your next project – 360-622-8801 or  thefactorysji@hotmail.com

Heather B. Munro, Body Image and Lifestyle Coach

Heather B Munro: Yoga, Meditation, Lifestyle Coaching. Available by appointment for private yoga and wellness coaching and facilitates group classes, workshops and retreat experiences here on the islands. Website: heatherbmunro.com

Maria Trujillo of La Authentica Mexicana

La Authentica Mexicana is a small family-owned business run by Maria Isabel Trujillo, who also is the chef. Maria prepares authentic meals such as tacos, tamales, burritos and much more.

Paulyne Stayberg of Island E-Zentials – Aromatherapy Studio

Island E-Zentials Aromatherapy Studio retails pure essential oils and accessories. The studio is owned by Paulyne Stayberg, a certified Aromatherapist, member of the National Association for Holistic Aromatherapy and Alliance of International Aromatherapists.

She offers classes and free consultation on essential oils usage & safety. You can email her at pstayberg@yahoo.com.

Trenna Middleton of Peace Island Herbals

To Your Health and Hemp: Peace Island Herbals’ mission is to be a local educational resource for learning about alternative health modalities and herbal therapies. Trenna says: “We will also provide premium medicinal CBD Hemp Oil products for pain management, Host Defense mushroom capsules, local mushroom logs, DoTerra essential oils, healing Neem oil products, kit with books on growing your own medicine garden and locally sourced herbs for our handcrafted medicinal soaps made on premise. Classes, lectures and workshops. Also a section for our local artist to display and sell art. Soft opening on Saturday.”

Eve Correa of Islanders Vintage Cinema

 

WBC Design, High Seas Tuna and WackoArts.com

WackoArts.com is the creative brainchild of Wendy Seaa Brown and W. Bruce Conway. In their own words,
“Wacko is a creative arts redoubt designed to protect us, and focus our creative energies in a safe, supportive environment. Its primary function is to provide us with an economic vehicle so we can prosper from our creative endeavors.”

The fact is that both Wendy and Bruce are super creative types, that have always been… a little wacko. And the name stuck.

Lindsay Johnson of Shear Hope Salon

Posted on April 4, 2018 at 5:46 am by

Categories: Business, People
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  1. Thank you Tim!!!

    Comment by Dina Melic on April 4, 2018 at 8:00 pm

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