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Local Business Spotlight: ocean earth wind fire

On Monday, October 8th, ocean earth wind fire will be opening its doors at 122 Bridge Street. Owner Susan Madden-Cox describes it as

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...a gorgeous & welcoming healing center where my purpose & aspiration will be to create & offer amazing ways to ride the waves of life…today & tomorrow, in our community & in the world. A vision burns bright in my heart. I believe the need for such a place is vast & urgent. Now, the time is right!

ocean earth wind fire will be a sanctuary for yoga, massage therapy & whole living. It will feel truly like coming home when you walk through the doors; & the bountiful offerings of classes, therapies, workshops, gatherings, products & ideas will answer your questions small & large while supporting your vibrant health & total well-being.
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ocean earth wind fire is more than just a place to take yoga classes. From their website (http://www.oceanearthwindfire.com) is a description of what you can expect:
  • a healing center for body, mind & spirit offering yoga, muscle therapy, fitness, workshops & gatherings for learning & community
  • a perfect downtown Phoenixville location
  • multiple yoga classes every day
  • muscle & energy therapies available throughout the week by appointment
  • high-quality service provided by certified, professional practitioners, educators & artisans
  • educational workshop events for whole health, meditation, nutrition, art, massage, chakras, environment, crafts, writing & gardening plus much more offered regularly
  • retail boutique/consulting “clearinghouse” for all things sustainable, “green”, environmentally friendly, artisan, recycled, repurposed, beautiful & produced locally
  • percentage of all profits dedicated to charity: one percent for the planet, Heifer International, National Cancer Society & more

ocean earth wind fire will be holding classes every day and will have massage therapy by appointment Monday-Saturday. Complete class listing, as well as some upcoming workshops, can be viewed here.

For more detailed information on three workshops coming up in October, please see this pdf.

Interested in getting some more information? In addition to their website, ocean earth wind fire can be reached in the following ways:
Phone: 610.389.2962
Address: 122 Bridge Street, Phoenixville PA 19460
E-mail: susanmaddencox@msn.com

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Best of luck to Susan and the staff at ocean earth wind fire, sounds like a great addition to downtown!

Interested in having your business profiled? Send me an email at tips@bridgeandmain.com.

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