Indigo Wellness, the respected yoga and health center, is moving and consolidating.
After nearly five years operating from both a studio off the alley between Liberty and Commercial Streets downtown and from a satellite Center for chiropractic, massage and acupuncture on 12th Street SE, all Indigo Wellness services in September will be moving under the single roof of the Pringle Park Plaza location.
“It means a fully comprehensive wellness center,” says Gerry Hjeinberg, studio manager. “Beginning yoga, therapeutic massage, high-end yoga and meditation, coupled with chiropractic, acupuncture, massage and other healing arts so that people can come to one location where all these services are combined.”
Hjeinberg says that, as state capitol, Salem is a bustling place. Indigo Wellness, he says, “provides an opportunity for folks with very busy lives to stop, rest and come back to themselves. At Indigo Wellness, they’ve always got a place to come back to the understanding of why they do what they do, and it rejuvenates them and enables them to do it again.”