Posted on 21 November 2013.
Kin of Hope Natural Health
Perry Hopkins, owner of Kin of Hope Natural Health, in Cedar Springs, knows there is more to health than just what you put in your body. Fitness is also a major component, and he’s now expanded his business to include the dance studio space above their current location at 90 N. Main, at the corner of Main and Maple Street in Cedar Springs.
Hopkins said that his business is unique because they are a natural health-based business, which is partnered with a wheat-free/dairy-free herbal tea shop. They offer a variety of health services, including therapeutic massage, natural health consultations, fitness classes, yoga, tai chi, dance classes, aromatherapy, ear candling, natural spa parties, self-help classes, etc.
“We keep our prices competitive and are located in the only building in town where you can have a hot cup of tea, get a massage, do yoga and fitness classes and get your picture taken (next door) all in the same building,” he said.
Kin of Hope is open Monday and Tuesday 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Wednesday, Thursday and Friday 11 a.m. to 7 p.m., Saturday 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday class dates and times vary.
Home Acres Ceramics
Do you like ceramics? Are you looking for craft supplies? Then you will want to check out Home Acres Ceramics, the new pottery studio at 60 N. Main Street, in Cedar Springs.
They offer ceramic and pottery painting, craft supplies, craft classes, a crafting studio, pottery painting studio, and crafty kids classes. “We are a studio with prices within your budget,” said a spokesperson for the Fitzgerald family, who owns the studio. “Our focus is to service the community with an outstanding craft studio.”
They will be expanding in the future and adding new product daily.
Visit them Tuesday, Thursday and Friday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Wednesday 12-8, and Saturday 10-2 and by appointment. Call 616-439-3009 for more info.
Robinet Physical Therapy
If you are looking for individualized, one-on-one, hands-on care with an experienced physical therapist, who creates treatment specific to your lifestyle and not just your diagnosis, check out Robinet Physical Therapy.
The business was opened in June at 11561 Edgerton Avenue, Rockford, by the husband and wife team of Barbara and Jason Robinet, both physical therapists. The couple met in physical therapy school at Grand Valley. In 2009, they helped create the Institute of Neuromuscular Medicine and Rehabilitation in downtown Rockford, and this year they decided to open their own physical therapy clinic. Barb’s sister, Karen Dastick, is the office administrator.
Jason is a manual orthopedic specialist for all ages, with emphasis on spine/back/neck disorders and sports rehab. Barbara is a women’s health and pelvic floor dysfunction specialist with a manual orthopedic background. “With both owners as physical therapists, we understand the process of healing and health care and its importance for your family,” they explained. “We work to help each person their own individual goals whether it is walking out to get the mail or running for our college track team.”
They treat neck, upper and lower back pain, elbow and wrist/hand pain, hip, knee, ankle/foot pain, headaches, rehab from surgery, sports injuries, chronic problems, pelvic floor pain, incontinence, and bladder/bowel control.
They are open by appointment from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. Call (616) 866-2729 for more information.