The Physical Justice House of Healing, Central Oregon’s source for integrated massage and wellness services, announces that it will be hosting an open house September 23, 4-7pm, at Fourth and Greenwood in Redmond. The House of Healing is a Central Oregon provider of Ashiatsu Oriental Bar Therapy (AOBT), Thai bodywork, Deep Tissue and many other forms of therapeutic massage, as well as acupuncture and a variety of additional alternative health services.
In addition to the ceremonial ribbon cutting and open house, Darlene Woods of the House of Hope will be on hand promoting an upcoming fundraiser concert at the Tower Theatre, and selling raffle tickets for therapeutic services and wellness products donated by the Physical Justice House of Healing. Light refreshments will be provided as long as the supply lasts. Raffle proceeds will exclusively benefit the House of Hope.
The House of Hope is a local charity that helps transition individuals and families from homelessness into a better way of life. Woods’ House of Hope has provided shelter and a new beginning to more than 500 people over the past 7 years.
Physical Justice House of Healing is a locally-owned business dedicated to providing Central Oregon residents with the highest-quality health and wellness services and products. Services include a variety of therapeutic massage and bodywork, including Ashiatsu Oriental Bar Therapy (AOBT), Thai, Deep Tissue, Swedish and pregnancy massage as well as Acupuncture, Raindrop Essential Oil treatments, and a wide variety of alternative health services and products. Julie Anderson, BA, LMT, owner and massage therapist of 25 years and Vicki Kahn, LAc, acupuncturist and master of oriental medicine for more than a decade, together offer a cooperation of wellness disciplines in a serene cottage-like office setting.
Julie Anderson at 541-280-2535 or www.physicaljustice.com.