Mending Roots Expands Services




Mending Roots Wellness (MRW) has added Malo Personal Training, offered by Kevin Malo, to the facility, along with Schooling For You, a service for children with learning and behavioral issues founded by Brook Euler, MEd; a new entity called Phoenix Rising Healing Arts & Therapies that includes massage therapy and life coaching by Jessica McCoy, LMT, CLC; Licensed Massage Therapist Jennifer Decker; Guidance for Growth, LLC, with clinical therapist Jerry Swaney; reiki by Brandy Walt; and reflexology and acupressure by Kente Hill.  

McCoy, owner of Mending roots, says, “Each business will be run individually within MRW, but we will also work together for the benefit of all of our clients. Existing clients should expect the same great quality of massage and an increase in availability. Our website and boutique will also be getting a facelift.”

Location: 2138 Market St., Camp Hill. For more information, call 717-850-7120, email MendingRootsWellness@gmail.com or visit MendingRootsWellness.com.

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