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New Wellness Center Seeks Holistic Practitioners

La Bella Vita, which means “the good life,” is a premier wellness center soon to open on Route 22 in Somerset County. It will offer the community ways to relax, rejuvenate and learn new holistic practices. The center’s services will include Floatation Pods, Cryo Therapy, an LED Oxy Pod, slimming wraps and an oxygen bar. They are currently looking forward to expanding into other therapeutic modalities as well.

        La Bella Vita is searching for like-minded people and/or businesses to join the center. Specifically, they are looking for those with specialties in acupuncture/acupressure, Ayurveda therapy, breathing classes, meditation/chant/bowl sessions, life coaching, total body imaging, Vitamin IV Therapy, Reiki, Endermologie, skin care and holistic lifestyle practices. 

        There are multiple rooms available to lease as well as rooms for seminars and special events. The space is equipped a large sunny waiting room with four receptionist windows, a staff  lounge with lockers, a file room, four restrooms and more. It is located in a busy shopping center with high traffic counts.

Location: Route 22 East, Green Brook, NJ. If interested in leasing or for further information, contact Natasha at 908-256-2882 or Emily at 908-963-4140. You may also email them at LaBellaVitaCentr@aol.com.

 

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