Eden Therapy hosts open house April 29

Free massage workshop

New Comox Valley business Eden Therapy will be hosting an open house on April 29.

Owner and operator Naomi Friesen is a registered massage therapist who will be holding a complimentary pre-Mother’s Day workshop on the art of massage.

The doors are open from 4-6 p.m. and 6-8 p.m.

Door prizes will include a free 60-minute massage, three free private yoga sessions (valued at $95 and $210 respectively), and other prizes from local businesses. Those who attend the open house and wish to book a massage appointment for the future will receive a complimentary spa kit which includes a soothing foot soak, massage oil and a sugar scrub.

Eden Therapy is located at 447 11th St, Courtenay. Phone:(250) 650-7532 for more information.

 

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