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The Teal Center Celebrates 25th Anniversary with Major Expansion

Open House – Sunday, February 1: 1-3pm

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Join us to celebrate the expansion of our Randolph Towers Center and the opening of our Community Classroom Space! Come connect with fellow clients, practitioners, and others interested in health and healing. Enjoy good company, light refreshments and the excitement of new possibilities! Participate in our door prizes. Enter to win a complementary session. Learn about upcoming events and bring your fresh ideas for wellness programming and healing community events you’d like to see in the new space.


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

The Teal Center 25th Anniversary Open House

Introducing the New Community Classroom Space

DATE: Sunday, February 1,  1-3pm
LOCATION: 4001 North 9th St., Ste# 230, Arlington, VA 22203
ADMISSION: Free and open to the public RSVP HERE

CONTACT: Jennifer WIlliams, Program Director, jwilliams@tealcenter.com

The Teal Center Celebrates 25th Anniversary with Major Expansion

On Sunday February 1 from 1 to 3pm, The Teal Center for Therapeutic Bodywork will open its doors to a brand new Classroom and Community Space at its Randolph Towers location in Ballston, Virginia. The Teal Center Classroom and Community Space launches with a variety of programming, including weekly Qi-Gong, continuing education for massage therapists, and community workshops and lectures that span the wellness spectrum from movement and sound exploration to astrology for healthy living. (Those interested in finding out more about the new programs can find them here: www.tealcenter.com/events-classes.) Participants will enjoy a classroom space flooded with natural light, with close proximity to public transportation, restaurants, and The Teal Center’s team of therapists ready to treat you after that invigorating yoga class or thought-provoking lecture. In addition to the 30’ x 26’ classroom, The Teal Center added four new treatment rooms and completely renovated its original space as well.

This latest expansion, which coincides with The Teal Center’s 25th Anniversary, offers a natural extension of Teal’s mission. “It is time for us to expand our mission beyond our clinical massage therapy, bodywork and acupuncture with individual clients to include community and educational opportunities, further supporting the growth of professionalism in our field and providing a space for people to actively engage in creating better health for themselves,” says Brenda Teal, founder and director of The Teal Center.
Brenda Teal has been an advocate for natural pain relief and a pioneer in the field of bodywork for nearly three decades. She started working as a Neuromuscular Massage Therapist out of her home 30 years ago. As her clientele grew and she saw the need for natural alternatives to pain relief, she opened The Teal Center at Randolph Towers in 1990, and soon added acupuncture and cranial sacral therapy to the breadth of modalities offered as well as a fellowship where she mentored new massage therapists. In 2007, Virginia Hospital Center invited Ms. Teal to open a second location at the hospital, where The Teal Center continues to serves inpatients as well as the public, with massage therapists and acupuncturists specializing in oncology as well as pre- and post-natal treatment. In 2009, further proving her dedication to the cause, Ms.Teal co-founded Healwell, a non-profit organization that helps patients living with acute, chronic and terminal illness regardless of their ability to pay and also trains therapists to work in hospital settings.

As a small business founded not ony therapist, but also an educator, providing a physical space for education is the perfect step for the Teal Center to take in its 25th year. “Our vision is to provide a space for people to come together to learn and share and create better health,” Teal says.  “Our goal is to connect with others who are passionate about wellness and natural healing and to create a strong community around these common interests.”
 

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