After working for several years in the health care industry, we realized the lack of preventative care offered to people. In today’s world, instead of working to keep people healthy, we mainly treat people at their sickest. This concept never laid easy with us since it doesn’t allow people to address their root causes and really get to the bottom of what’s really going.
We kept wishing for a place where we could go to maintain our health. What if we had the chance to take care of ourselves before we got sick and prevent all of our discomforts?
Asking ourselves that very question, we decided to open a place for those who want to heal themselves and enjoy a fuller, healthier lifestyle.
Identifying the need for a less clinical setting, we have combined efforts and created a place for all people to come in and take charge of their emotional and physical necessities in a relaxing atmosphere.
At Heal Thyself, we focus our approach on three vital areas: body, mind and spirit. We believe that a combination of the three can achieve the ultimate well-being we all seek. Our wellness center is a one-stop shop to help our clients get on track with their health, unwind and feel rejuvenated.
What really sets us apart, however, is that when our clients come in we don’t simply render services, we provide them with the knowledge they need to create the healthy lifestyle they desire. We always hear our clients talking about how much they learned about themselves and their bodies after just one session of a colonic, massage or facial. We pass on our knowledge to our clients because we want them to take charge of their well-being and essentially heal themselves.
When a client comes in for a specific service, we don’t stop at simply providing it. We want to learn the root of exactly what brought them to us and how we can help them.
This overall approach towards our business and our clients has allowed us to meet people that have become family. As Atlanta grows and becomes more invested in health and wellness, we look forward to sharing our knowledge, care and compassion with Atlantans.