Sacred Garden Healing Center Brings the Dead Sea to Birmingham
The Sacred Garden Healing Arts Center celebrated its official ribbon-cutting at 2151 E. 14 Mile Rd. with the Birmingham Bloomfield Chamber.
Step into the sea without traveling too far from home at Birmingham's newest wellness clinic, Sacred Garden Healing Arts Center.
The center, owned by Charlene Wark and Lisa Machala, celebrated a ribbon-cutting with the Birmingham Bloomfield Chamber at the end of February.
Using hte age-old natural health phenomenon known as Dead Sea salt therapy, Sacred Garden helps its clients relieve many common respiratory and skin complaints.
The center specializes in salt therapy (with its own salt room), cranio-sacral therapy, massage, reiki, pranic healing, detox programs and home health and wellness products. All therapists are graduates of Irene's Myomassology Institute.
"We believe wellness is a lifestyle and we are commited to partnering with our clients to create and maintain a wellness lifeystyle that works for them," Wark said.
"Healing Dead Sea Salt is making a big difference for local people wo are combating cold and flu season," Machala added.
The Sacred Garden Healing Arts Center is located at 2151 E. 14 Mile Rd., in suite 300. For more information, call 248-792-3531 or visit www.sacredgardenhealingartscenter.com.
This report provided by the Birmingham Bloomfield Chamber.