New Wellness Center Brings Modalities Together




Rumi’s Wellness Center, a new, multifaceted 7,000-square-foot wellness center, is launching this month in a convenient and easily accessible central location at 2400 Park Drive, just off of I-81, north of downtown Harrisburg. It will be home to a variety of practitioners offering holistic services such as chiropractic, acupuncture, reiki and massage, with classroom space for yoga, tai chi, martial arts and movement classes.

Ali Farahani, owner and developer of the facility says, “Rumi’s Wellness Center will continue to forge the growth of natural health and wellness in South Central PA.”

For more information, call Brenda Solonoski at 717-635-8749, email Info@RumisWellness.com or visit RumisWellness.com.

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