Natural healing center celebrates five years

TTOHC holds open house to mark anniversary


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  • Linda Mitchell, TTOHC founder and director




  • Debra M. Hollinrake, TTOHC partner and PR director




NEWTON — The Tree of Health Center (TTOHC) will be hosting its Open House Celebration on June 23 at 55 Newton Sparta Road, Ste 107, Newton. The event is in celebration of TTOHC bringing natural healing and spiritual development to Sussex County for the last 5 years, and counting.

TTOHC partners, Linda Mitchell and Debra M. Hollinrake, and massage therapist Janell Chiaradio will host the event. Community members are invited to share in the celebration and learn about TTOHC’s vision of a Universal Retreat and Healing Arts Center as a world-class destination for joy, love and healing.

Those who attend will hear from the experts in countless areas of natural healing and spiritual development. Enter TTOHC’s oasis of warmth, get your free hugs and enjoy yummy refreshments while discussing meditation, craniosacral therapy, mindfulness, and much more. Guests can also enjoy a therapeutic massage and/or reflexology for $1 per minute. The team at TTOHC looks forward to welcoming members of the community for an enriching evening of laughter, gratitude and love.

The Open House Celebration will be held from 6:00 to 11:00 p.m. To learn more, go online to tree-health.com/ or call (973) 500-8813.

The Tree of Health Center, is a health and wellness center dedicated to bridging the gap between modern and natural medicine, with a strong focus on noninvasive practices and prevention. The Tree of Health Center’s team of unique healthcare specialists is passionate about health, growth and wellbeing. The Tree of Health Center is helping to create a sustainable future for the health and welfare of the worldwide community. The team of teachers and practitioners listen and communicate with integrity. They are committed to sustaining unity in values and truthful compassion in helping others, all within a meaningful and safe environment filled with love, joy and healing.



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