Thursday, April 18, 2024

Science & Soul Wellness is officially open for business

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Science and Soul Wellness at Mahogany Bay Village held its grand opening on Saturday, May 6th. Complete with a charity silent auction and fashion show to benefit the SHINE girls’ group, Stand Up Paddle boarding (SUP) and aerial yoga demonstrations, drinks courtesy of Shaken Bar and healthy eats from The Hive, there was much celebration for the highly anticipated wellness center.
Owner Paulette Harwood warmly welcomed everyone attending the grand event, thrilled to be able to showcase vision turned reality. From Ayurveda to aerial yoga, spa treatments, SUP yoga, and so much more to offer, Science and Soul Wellness hopes to provide the very best of wellness and excellent service to clients from all over.
The gorgeous center is located on the second floor of a beautiful colonial building at Mahogany Bay, with an expanse of nearly 3,000 square feet of beautifully decorated space. Paulette was excited to show eager visitors how each treatment room is tailored to suit the client. The décor is comfortable and luxurious, bringing a sense of calm and comfort to all who walk in. Large-scale paintings feature celestial beings, something near and dear to Paulette, and certainly add a touch of mystique to the space.

After a champagne toast to the grand opening, everyone mingled and took in the newest offering at Mahogany Bay. Welcome to La Isla Bonita Science and Soul Wellness Center!
For more information on their schedules and classes, as well as upcoming seminars and more, kindly visit their business Facebook page: scienceandsoulwellness or their website https://www.scienceandsoulwellness.com/

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