Kula’s grand opening

The grand opening of Kula Movement and Wellness on the corner of Alexander Street and Hudson Avenue is Friday, Dec. 7

The grand opening of Kula Movement and Wellness on the corner of Alexander Street and Hudson Avenue is Friday, Dec. 7 with an open house from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

There are free yoga and pilates classes throughout the week; check the class schedule online at www.kulawellness.ca. Various practitioners are also offering specials including: Element Holistic Health & Wellness has 50 per cent off, Shuswap Homeopathy Clinic Ltd has 10 per cent off all appointments, Body Talk is offering buy one, get the second at 50 per cent.

As well, craniosacral and osteopathic therapies with Marie Millete will have $10 off any service and Inspired Health Physiotherapy with Laura Paiement will be giving $10 off services.

 

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