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|About||Blending wellness, education & community in a unique and flexible space|
|Mission||The Well North Shore intends to have a material positive impact on society and the environment by creating and supporting education and wellness initiatives that will raise awareness of and reinforce positive focus on self, family, community and humanity.|
The Well North Shore is a meeting and event space for health, well-being, spirituality and career professionals to work and offer their services. It also allows individuals to tap into wellness resources and explore personal and professional growth opportunities in their local community.
The Well builds awareness and brings together those of like mind and spirit to support and pursue their common passions, offering individuals and groups several different ways to meet, host and attend classes, and provide and receive services
The Well North Shore offers several formats are available for individuals and groups to deliver services, conduct classes, host meetings and conferences and informally gather. In addition, we will host larger format conferences and events that support similar themes and interests. Offerings for interested practitioners include:
* Be Well – Meeting space for presentations, events, group activities and classes, reserved and dedicated on a community calendar, including ongoing programs, conferences, one-time workshops and other classes (e.g. career and professional guidance, meditation, MBSR, nutrition, lifestyle, etc.)
* Work Well – private office for practitioners and professionals who need a place to meet, to do business, to develop – such as career counseling, advisory services, energy and intuitive work, Reiki and other services and practices
* Shop Well – Highly vetted retail merchandise and snack items aligned with living well.
* Virtual Well – Online resource and directory of connections and friends of affiliated programs and services, plus web-based presentations, meetings, classes and forums delivered by practitioners