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Ormond Beach Observer Monday, Sep. 16, 2019 2 months ago

New Massage center offers to train couples

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Also: Mental health facility expands
by: Wayne Grant Real Estate Editor

Ormond Beach Massage has opened at 533 N Nova Rd, Suite 216, across from Rainbow Park.

“I find it ironic that we evacuated from Texas due to Hurricane Harvey in August, 2017, and almost exactly two years later, we have opened our massage therapy practice in Ormond Beach just in time for Hurricane Dorian,” said Suzanne Waldrep, who owns the business along with Scott Waldrep. “I am originally from Florida so when we evacuated here to stay with family members in Ormond Beach, we never went back to Texas.”

The couple concentrate on customized, therapeutic massage techniques and also offer hot stone, deep tissue, sports, prenatal and more.

They would like to focus on couples’ massage training to help couples connect and reconnect. Couples will learn to focus on their partner’s needs and problem areas such as chronic neck or back pain, a press release stated. “Helping your partner in this way brings about feelings of appreciation and helps partners to strengthen their bond,” she said.

Call 386-333-0390 or email [email protected]

 

Mental health center to have open house

 

Promises Five Palms, a mental health and addiction treatment center, will host an open house from 1-4 p.m. on Oct. 10.

The open house will highlight recent program changes, including a recent expansion to treat both men and women with behavioral health issues and educate attendees about the program’s evidence-based therapies. The facility previously treated women only.

Promises Five Palms treats trauma, depression, anxiety, personality disorders, substance abuse and other mental health issues.

There will be light refreshments along with facility tours. This event will be co-hosted by its sister facility Lucida Treatment Center.

To RSVP for the open house, visit https://promises-five-palms.eventbrite.com‚Äč. Visit www.PromisesBehavioralHealth.com.

 

Home watch company accredited

 

Genuine Management Services has earned accreditation from the National Home Watch Association for the fourth year.

The company oversees vacant homes for absentee owners which includes a visual inspection of a home or property. Owners Joseph and Marisa Rains, of Ormond Beach, have been managing single-family and condominium communities for many years, a press release stated.

Genuine Management Services serves Volusia and Flagler Counties. Call 386 256-6128 or email [email protected]. Visit www.genuinemanagement.net.

 

Census committees formed

 

Volusia County Government and community partners have kicked off a 2020 Census awareness campaign. Chaired by Volusia County Council members Barbara Girtman and Billie

Wheeler, the local committees represent local governments, businesses, colleges and universities,

community organizations, early learning, faith-based organizations, etc.

Visit www.volusia.org/census or contact staff liaisons Brian Rothwell at 386-736-5920, ext. 12717; or Pat Kuehn at 386-822-5062, ext. 12934.

 

 

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