Holistic Health Roundup0
We have reached fall and while the change in weather can be beautiful and almost therapeutic, it is important to stay mindful of one’s physical and mental health. With cold weather and flu season right around the corner, it is safe to assume that many of us will be spending time inside to avoid getting sick. To help our readers prepare for this transition, we compiled a short list of holistic resources in Kalamazoo that can help us all stay healthy and balanced.
Described as a “mind and body healing collective,” The Zen Dens offers patrons a variety of wellness experiences to help them find their center. These experiences include a salt cave, float suites, a zen garden, LED red light rejuvenation, and private meditation spaces. Additionally, The Zen Dens’ partnership with Infinite Wellness Center and Sacred Space Massage and Body Work expands this catalogue of services to include detoxification, hypnosis therapy, and more.
Whether it is a physical ailment like migraines and fatigue or an underlying emotional issue, The Whole Body Renewal Center provides resources that relieve the body, mind, and spirit. Owned by Julianna Sauber, a naturopath, reiki practitioner, certified emotion code practitioner, essential oil practitioner, and sound and energy healer, The Whole Body Renewal Center employs therapy, sonopuncture sessions, dietary recommendations, and other services to assist patrons in meeting their health goals.
A subsidiary of Thompson Tutoring, Edge Water Music Therapy improves behavioral, sensory, and coping skills through audio-based interactions. Through listening, singing, songwriting, lyrical analysis, and playing instruments, participants can unwind in a safe environment. Sessions are currently being offered through both video platforms and in-person meetings.
Elements specializes in equipping its customers with tools that aid in meditation and spiritual growth. With a product list that features essential oils, herbs, incense, books, and more, these supplies will aid you in your journey for serenity. On Element’s Facebook page, users can find a guided meditation series.
Kalamazoo has a very active yoga scene, so it should not come as a surprise that Intentional Yoga rounds out our list. Based in Portage, our final resource offers hot yoga, heated vinyasa, hot barre fusion, sculpt, and gentle classes via a friendly environment. Private and group classes are also available for customers with more specific needs.
We hope that this short list has introduced you to a few resources that give you a sampling of holistic health opportunities in the Kalamazoo area. Know of any other holistic health resources that are must-haves on your list? Let us know on Facebook and Twitter!