• Dover Chamber of Commerce welcomes Healing Arts Collective

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    October 10, 2019
    The Greater Dover Chamber of Commerce recently welcomed the Healing Arts Collective with a ribbon-cutting ceremony at the company’s Pierce Street offices. The Healing Arts Collective helps people achieve optimal health through services that include chiropractic care, functional nutrition and lifestyle coaching, Lyme support treatments, peristeam hydrotherapy, and women’s fertility counseling.
     
    “We are truly passionate about empowering people to live their best lives,” says Healing Arts Collective Co-Founder Dr. Briana Duga. “The Collective meets people where they are at on their journey to wellness and, through treatment and education, empowers them with the information they need to thrive.”
     
    Hydrotherapist and Healing Arts Collective Co-Founder Adrienne Irizarry says that she and Duga shared a vision for an organization where people could go to improve their health while addressing all the facets of what makes people human. “All too often, western medicine pulls us apart with a specialist for every body part, but none that work with the interplay between the emotional, physical and spiritual self in healing and wellness,” says Irizarry.
     
    Duga is a lifestyle chiropractor focusing on Lyme disease support, genetic lifestyle coaching and functional nutrition while Irizarry is a pioneer in the field of hydrotherapy. She is one of the few practitioners in the United States certified in this technique and has brought relief and balance to women in all stages of their reproductive life.
     
    For more information about the Healing Arts Collective visit healingartscollective.net or call 603-834-9792.
     
    The Greater Dover Chamber of Commerce is a not-for-profit association of businesses, professionals, individuals, and organizations working together to advance the economic well-being of its members and the community. For details on Dover Chamber membership and other programs or for a schedule of activities, call (603) 742-2218 or visit www.dovernh.org.

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    Contact:
    Margaret Joyce, President
    6037422218