Healing Spaces Design Build to host open house Oct. 2 in Geneva

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Updated 10/2/2021 2:42 AM

Join Healing Spaces Design + Build for an open house event from 1 to 4 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 2, at Prana Yoga Center, 321 Stevens St. in Geneva.

Healing Spaces' Product Showcase is an opportunity for those with a focus on health and wellness to see and experience handcrafted, artfully built Himalayan salt panels by Healing Spaces' president and construction manager, Dennis Kintop. Hosted at Prana Yoga Center in Geneva, this event will showcase the expansive "salt cave" built by Dennis: a yoga and meditation room surrounded in beautiful Himalayan salt bricks.

 

Guests in attendance will be able to breathe in the healing calm from Prana Yoga Center's salt cave, as well as see endless options for the custom applications of Himalayan salt in their own spaces. Dennis will be showcasing other designs that can be created to incorporate the healing

benefits of Himalayan salt in projects both big and small. From meditation rooms to yoga practices, massage therapy, therapist and medical offices, and beyond.

"All of us at Healing Spaces Design Build are excited to showcase one of our favorite projects as well as give you first looks at our new panel designs. We are spreading the word on the healing benefits of our Authentic Himalayan Salt and how it can help provide a calming and healing environment to your home or business."

Come learn more and experience the healing calm of Himalayan salt for yourself!

Giveaways will take place throughout the event, featuring salt lamps and other authentic Himalayan salt products.

Tickets to the event are available on Eventbrite. Admittance is free.

For additional information about Healing Spaces Design + Build, visit healingspacesdb.com.

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