Twin Cities Wellness Group debuts to support practitioners


A wellness group to support healing practitioners in the Twin Cities will organize on February 16 in Minneapolis.

The new Twin Cities Wellness Group will involve health and wellness practitioners who are uniting to help support the growth of each other’s businesses, educate on other modalities and business tools and techniques, and create a community of like-minded professionals. The group is open to all alternative medicine providers, including acupuncturists, massage therapists, wellness coaches, Yoga teachers, Reiki healers, homeopaths, chiropractors and others.

Twin Cities Wellness Group meets from 7:30-9 a.m. Thursday, Feb. 16, at The Healing Loft, 2112 Broadway St. NE, Suite 250, Minneapolis. Meetings are on the third Thursday of each month.

A 12-month membership to Twin Cities Wellness Group is just $125. Membership includes 12 months of monthly meetings, room dues, tea, coffee and water, parking and a listing on the group’s website, including a link to your company. Also included are monthly presentations by other health and wellness providers, small business resources, and a monthly opportunity to share your company with the other members. Each member also has an opportunity to offer a tabletop display of his or her business as a monthly sponsor for just $10.

Twin Cities Wellness Group also welcomes visitors. Visitors pay only $15 each monthly session.

Healers are encouraged to bring plenty of business cards, and prepare a 60-second Shout Out to share with the group. This can be a commercial of what your business provides, a request for a supplier, or referral, or anything that would be a benefit to your business.

Space is limited, so call 763.443.1281 or [email protected] as soon as possible to register. Visit for more information.

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