Brooklyn’s First Wellness Center, HealHaus, Has Opened Its Doors

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Brooklyn is finally getting its own holistic health and healing space with the arrival of HealHaus. The 1100 sq. ft. fitness center features a wellness cafe as its storefront, both indoor and outdoor group programming areas, as well as an additional 700 sq.ft downstairs that includes two private practitioner rooms and an amazing backyard deck.

The cafe serves its own curated teas, smoothies, elixirs and coffee alternatives and also offers a handful of healthy baked goods, like muffins and cookies, daily. Over the next year HealHaus plans to grow their food section and holistic product line through retail and online outlets.

“Our Brooklyn flagship location is meant to be an inviting space for everyone and a place of community,” said Co-founder Darian Hall. “It incorporates a wellness cafe with curated drinks that were developed alongside a leading herbalist and physician.”

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“In addition to the cafe, HealHaus has top of the line health & wellness treatments by the best professionals, and daily group classes that are unique and will help you realize that healing mind, body and soul is more than a trend, but a lifestyle. We want people to feel transported outside of the hustle and bustle of New York when they visit HealHaus.” said Co-founder Elisa Shankle.

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The downstairs space includes two private practitioners rooms where different practitioners will provide services such as acupuncture, reiki and other various forms of healing modalities. HealHaus will provide workshops and panel discussions during the evenings that will bring together not only existing wellness lovers, but newcomers as well.

The panel discussions will address such topics as nutrition, anxiety, depression, and mental health. The goal at HealHaus is to make wellness more accessible, and they plan on doing so by partnering with top brands and companies that are committed to making this dream a reality.

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HealHaus will be open 7 days a week with the cafe section open 7:30am-6:00pm and the programming spaces open 7:30am-7:30pm. On days that there are workshops or panel discussions HealHaus will close at 9:30pm. Pricing for classes ranges from $18-$20 for a single class to package deals including: monthly and annual memberships. Pricing for private services range depending on the services rendered by each practitioner. There will also be donation based community classes on the weekend to give everyone access to the programming in the space.

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Location: 1082 Fulton Street, Brooklyn NY 11238

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