A local business welcomes new owners, a hair salon is on the move and new business ventures highlight these business updates.
Idyllwild Soda and Sweet Shop and Remember When Toys in The Fort has sold to the Fedrick Family (Dan, Linda and Allison).
Peggy Petalos, Mountain Do’s owner, relocated over the weekend from Highway 243 to 54710 North Circle, Unit 4, in Idyllwild.
These new businesses are opening in the San Jacinto Mountains:
• White Feather Wellness: Maryna Allan uses the Chinese practice of Qigong to help become healthier and more positive and to release weight. Qigong is an ancient Chinese practice that consists of a variety of “still” as well as “moving” meditative methods. Allan may be reached at www.WhiteFeatherRetreat.org, 818-854-2211 or 951-659-5069.
• Strawberry Creek Organic Bakery (Inside Sky Island Organics, formerly Mountain Harvest Market): Owner Brewster Tapp offers local, organic, handcrafted breads and bakery items at 54423 Village Center Dr.
• Five Element Voicework: Dee Kohanna Davis combines modalities of traditional Chinese medicine with a broad spectrum of vocal techniques for the purpose of freeing the natural voice. In alignment with the principles of Chinese Five Element Theory, assessing an individual’s constitutional type via the skill of Voice Reading opens avenues for self-expression that are compelling and persuasive. At the heart of Davis’ work is the confidence that each of us can find our authentic voice and learn to recognize that authenticity in others. Davis’s website is www.FiveElementVoicework.com; or call 831-251-8406.
Opening a new business or purchasing an ongoing one? Relocating? Contact the Town Crier with any updates or changes to your local business.