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New Wellness Center Opens in Easton

Owner Cristy Joy Mette

Owner Cristy Joy Mette

Empowering people through mind, body and soul services is the mission of a new holistic healing center now open in Easton. Joyful Self Wellness Center offers programs to heal mind, body and spirit including Zumba, acupuncture, mindfulness meditation, life coaching, bellydance, mediumship, sound therapy and more.

Owner Cristy Joy Mette says, “My goal in opening the Joyful Self Wellness Center is to transform lives through personal development programs to heal bodies and minds from the inside-out.”  The center will host private sessions and workshops on healing modalities including massage, meditation, sound therapy, regression therapy, Zumba, bellydancing and life coaching, plus programs for personal enrichment, including ways to reduce stress, support health and relationship issues, plus guidance through intuitive readings and with the special insight of the Lehigh Valley medium Matt Kamont.

Location: 1733 Washington Boulevard, in Easton. For more information, call 610-762-5127 or visit JoyfulSelf.com.

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