Paradise Wellness and Event Center Opens in Bonita
The Paradise Wellness and Event Center has opened in the Bonita Professional Park at 28410 Bonita Crossings Boulevard, Suite 11, in Bonita Springs. The 8,400-square-foot concept spa provides aerial and other varieties of yoga, dance, meditation, massage, spa treatments, hair, nails, facials, bungee fitness, children’s dance and theater, life coaching, spiritual empowerment workshops, a Power Plate Studio, Bemer and Migun treatments, personal sauna, Himalayan salt wall, organic care products and transformational breath, as well as rental space for events.
“Paradise Wellness is ecstatic to be a reflection of the self-love practiced by so many,” says owner Kelly Messmer. “Our practitioners have more than 300 years of collective experience helping others to live more peaceful, healthful, fulfilling lives, and are here to provide a peaceful, healing haven for the mind, body and soul by acknowledging and nurturing our inherent divine ability to recreate ourselves physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually.”
For more information, call 239-253-4862, email ShearParadise4u@yahoo.com or visit ShearParadise4u.com.
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