Wellspring Health Collective Announces New Programs for 2015
Jan 02, 2015 02:50PM
The Wellspring Health Collective, 697 Valley Street in Maplewood, the area’s only center dedicated to holistic living and wellness, has added five new programs for 2015 to its already diverse schedule of ongoing classes and support groups. Founded in 2012 by Sue Rexford and Lynda Rountree, the collective offers a wide range of holistic services as well as discussion and support groups. The new classes are Reiki Clinic with Susan L. Miller, Slow Flow Yoga with Jillian Giunta, and a series of programs offered by Turning Leaf Career Consulting.
Susan L. Miller, massage therapist, will be offering a twice monthly Reiki Clinic at
Wellspring in addition to the Woman’s Sharing Circle she currently cofacilitates. The clinic, which is open to all, will allow practitioners of Reiki to have the opportunity to give and receive Reiki treatments. Those who have not taken Reiki I will have the opportunity to receive Reiki and to learn more about this practice. This clinic will be held on the 2nd and 4th Sunday of every month, $20 per session, and preregistration is not required.
Slow Flow Yoga with Jillian Giunta, a personal trainer, yoga therapist, and lifestyle consultant, will be offered on Saturdays at 9:30am, featuring gentle yoga that supports healing and provides students with a safe place for exploration and evolution. The class is lighthearted and accessible to learners at all levels. Each class is $20, and no preregistration is required.
Beyond Pilates Mat Class with Sabatino Verlezza will be held on Saturdays at 8:15am. This 60-minute class is designed for the whole body with an emphasis on correct breathing, structural alignment, body awareness, and the use of the core as a source of power. Each class is $20, or $100 for 6 weeks. Registration is not necessary. Drop-ins welcome. For further information, contact Sabatino at 2162258320.
Jennifer Rodgers and Andrea Garrido of Turning Leaf Career Consulting will offer three programs designed to meet the needs of people in all phases of their careers. “Coffee and Careers” is for those who are working and considering a career transition as well as stayathome parents who wish to reenter the workforce. “Job Search Strategy” will help those who know what they want, but need help getting there. Finally, “Coffee and Careers: Backpacks to Briefcases” is for recent or soon-to-be college graduates about to enter the workforce. Each group has varying fees and session lengths. For more information, visit Turningleafcareer.com.
As Sue Rexford notes, “In addition to welcoming new practitioners with our expanded calendar of programs, we are pleased to be able to allow those who have been with us to spread their wings and offer new programs to our clientele.” Lynda Rountree adds, “We are proud to add these new opportunities for growth to our clients. As we continue to grow the Wellspring community, we look forward to welcoming new instructors and practitioners into our practice.”
For more information, visit WellspringHealthnj.com. For appointments, call 9739962012. Connect on Facebook at Facebook.com/WellspringHealthCollective.