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THE BUZZ


Bridge Healing Arts Center Connects Natural Healers


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o meet the growing demand for alterna- tive, natural therapies,


top healing practitioners have created the fi rst holistic health center in Connecticut. The new Bridge Healing Arts Center (BHAC) located at 304 Main Street in Farming- ton brings together special- ists such as naturopaths,


energy healers, acupuncturists, yoga instructors, massage thera- pists, nutritionists and others under one roof.


BHAC Center Director Vera Halina, who is also a Yogi and energy healer, notes the centralized location, size and beautiful serene setting are ideal for a holistic health center. In addition to Halina, other practitioners at the BHAC are Cindi Whittington Cafasso, Shaman RN; Silvana Rosini, Holistic Coach; Debbie Grove, Fam- ily & Children's Counselor; Faith Prelli, Doctor of Psychotherapy; Barb Danek Porlides, Refl exologist and Jeanne Tennis, owner of the Macrobiotic chef service The Key to Balance, specializing in seasonal, plant-based cuisine.


The BHAC offers a full calendar and variety of topics and activi- ties. The center has designated each day of the week with an easy to remember theme:


• Meditation Mondays: Vinyasa Flow Gentle Yoga combined with Intergenerational Meditation can remove stress and replace it with a dose of inner peace.


• Tea Tasting Tuesdays: Find your inner focus with unique, inspir- ing and distinctly different Chinese Herb Tea tasting themes each week. Combined with Kundalini Yoga to utilize intense breath work for a complete body overhaul from the inside out.


• Women’s Wellness Wednesdays: Hang up the Super Woman Cape and take time for self-care! Take advantage of in-house child care and take a yoga class.


• Trek Through Thursdays: Balance your Chakra and your belly with this unique combination of yoga and healthy eating. • Future Focus Fridays: In addition to yoga classes, there are monthly themed make-and-take classes from everything from bath bombs, to natural insect repellents to Chakra jewelry.


The center has created a standard fee structure for all yoga and meditation classes: 1st class FREE, then $15 for each subsequent class or $200 for a monthly Fast Pass of unlimited classes. Each complimentary fi rst class includes a 15-minute sauna or foot de- toxifi cation treatment.


Bridge Healing Arts Center is Connecticut’s fi rst synergistic holistic health center located in the beautiful Farmington Valley. The impres- sive 20,000 square foot complex includes a serene outdoor space for classes and meetings, affordable temporary or permanent offi ce suites, modern meeting rooms and common areas, onsite reception staff, video production studio and commercial kitchen. Leased and managed by Universal Enterprise LLC. Located at 304 Main Street. For more information, visit www.bridgehac.com. See ad on page 3.


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