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Wow!
These last two months have been crazy, overwhelming, exciting and powerful.

We started this journey in 2005 when I finished and stepped away from massage school and entered the world of holistic healing with massage. Since I finished school I have continued to study, learn and train with different healing modalities from massage, meditation, herbs and always my clients.

In 2012 with the closing of Maharishi Ayurveda Health Center, it gave me the push to step out and  work for myself. Since 2012 it has been a journey from working with and inside of a meditation center to a wellness space and now moving into my own. From each space, this journey has been so powerful, from the people I have meet, worked with and watched, I have learned so much. Now as I enter into my own, I am so thankful for the journey and the people I have in my life. The support team Metta Wellness has, we have already succeeded, its now time to bring this dream to reality.

So what is coming next!                                                                                                                        As this new journey starts, you will see me come back to my blog, sharing again on facebook and setting up classes in the new location.
I have a Shrewsbury location inside the historic "George Allen Home" at 621 Main St, Unit 10, where you can book a massage, Thai yoga, herbal consult or grab your bag of herbal tea.
In the summer of 2018 we will open a second(larger) location in Paxton, Ma! This location is in the works, lease is signed, contractors are in , painters are lined up and now it's just time! This space will be the perfect layout for massage, Ayurveda, healing classes and an herbal space. We are hoping to have this as a community holistic and healing center.

Now as Shrewsbury is up and moving, and Paxton is starting, I am back in the blog!

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