FARMINGTON, CT (April 14, 2017) – As more people seek natural ways to combat stress, obesity and illness, alternative treatments have become increasingly popular. To meet the growing demand for wellness services, top healing practitioners are creating the first holistic health center in Connecticut. The new Bridge Healing Arts Center (BHAC) in Farmington brings together specialists such as naturopaths, energy healers, acupuncturists, yoga instructors, massage therapists, nutritionists and others under one roof.

 “Practitioners of the healing arts understand that a person is made up of interdependent parts that all need to work in harmony,” said Yisroel Rabinowitz, owner of Universal Enterprise LLC and founder of BHAC. “Similarly, independent providers can now synergize with other specialists in the same building to offer patients a comprehensive and convenient treatment plan.”

 The philosophy of holistic health care is an integrated approach that treats the whole person, not simply symptoms and disease. Practitioners strive to balance mind, body and spirit and do more than just identify and treat a specific ailment. They look at all aspects of a person’s lifestyle and health issues, then design a course of treatment to help the patient reach optimal wellness. Treatment can be a combination of conventional medication and alternative therapies.

 Similar to Kripalu and Canyon Ranch in the Berkshires, the Bridge Healing Arts Center is an impressive 8,000 square foot complex situated on a beautiful, serene 7-acre campus. Individual practitioners of all disciplines can lease any size office suite to fit their needs. The easily accessible location in the Farmington Valley was the former home of the Keiler & Company advertising agency that closed in 2015.

 With separate suites, a commercial kitchen, video recording studio and modern common areas in a picturesque setting, Rabinowitz, a successful New York real estate investor and developer, instantly envisioned a sanctuary for both practitioners and patients.

 “Healing really takes a team approach and there was no complex in the area where cross-specialty collaboration and referrals could take place,” explained Rabinowitz. “It’s an amazing opportunity for providers to increase their client base by moving their office to a comprehensive wellness destination.”

 The first tenants to sign on are Barb Danek Porlides: Reflexologist, Denise Gatz Scoppetta and Sue Silvestri: Psychic/Reiki Master, Cindi Whittington Cafasso: Shaman RN, Juan Sanchez: Makeup Artist and Dora Avila: massage therapist/yogi.

 All practitioners of the healing arts are invited to explore the perfect location to grow or launch their practice at monthly Open House Meet & Greet events. Contact BridgeHAC@aol.com or call (860) 710-5504 for more information.

 Located at 304 Main Street, the complex offers these unique amenities:

  • Beautifully landscaped outdoor space ideal for classes and meetings
  • Affordable temporary or permanent office suites
  • Modern meeting rooms and contemporary common areas
  • Onsite reception staff
  • Video production studio for live wellness seminars and demonstrations
  • Commercial kitchen for healthy cooking classes
  • Large convenient parking lot

Bridge Healing Arts Center is Connecticut’s first synergistic holistic health center located in the beautiful Farmington Valley. The impressive 8,000 square foot complex includes a serene outdoor space for classes and meetings, affordable temporary or permanent office suites, modern meeting rooms and common areas, onsite reception staff, video production studio and commercial kitchen. Leased and managed by Universal Enterprise LLC. Located at 304 Main Street. For more information visit www.bridgehac.com.

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