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Bridge Healing Arts Center Connects Practitioners at Open House

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Holistic health practitioners got a sneak peek at the new Bridge Healing Arts Center (BHAC) in Farmington on Feb. 23rd.From left: Nadine Baez-Operations Manager at BHAC, Tara Cornish-Reiki Master/Reflexologist at Holistic Hands, Vivian Richard- Reiki Master/Reflexologist at Healing Hands of Light, Vera Halina-Center Director at BHAC, and Virginia Ann Griffiths- Energy Healer at We Leap Coaching.

For many years top healing practitioners in Connecticut have envisioned a holistic health care community that could bring all of them together.

Last week, more than 30 professionals saw that dream become a reality at an open house for the new Bridge Healing Arts Center (BHAC) in Farmington.

Natural specialists such as energy healers, acupuncturists, yoga instructors, massage therapists, nutritionists and others toured the 62 individual office suites in the unique 8,000 square foot complex located at 304 Main Street.

Attendees enjoyed refreshments while exploring the center’s video production studio, commercial kitchen and modern meeting rooms.

“The early Spring weather gave everyone the chance to also experience the beautiful outdoor spaces where they can hold classes and seminars,” said Yisroel Rabinowitz, owner of Universal Enterprise LLC and founder of BHAC. “Every practitioner was excited about the chance to collaborate with others in the same building and become part of a holistic health mecca that will attract people from around the region.”

The next Open House will be held on Thursday, March 23rd from 4:00 – 7:00 p.m. Please RSVP to BridgeHAC@aol.com or call 860.710.5504 for more information or to schedule a tour.

Bridge Healing Arts Center is Connecticut’s first synergistic holistic health center located in the Farmington Valley. Located at 304 Main Street. For more information visit www.bridgehac.com.

 

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