Hub helps make sure all is well

Clockwise from top: Faye Kendall, Bettina Wren, Adrienne D'Alessandro, Liza Chapple and Ruth Trigger. 158397

By Justin Flynn

THERE’S a buzz in the air at Kyo Wellness Hub and it’s not just because spring is imminent.
The centre boasts the very best practitioners offering the best alternative health care.
Faye Kendall is an expert holistic osteopath, Bettina Wren has more than 20 years of experience as a naturopath, Adrienne D’Alessandro specialises in Chinese medicine, Liza Chapple takes care of remedial massage and Ruth Trigger can sort out your Chakra balancing and alignment.
When you walk into the refurbished old Ocean Grove Neighbourhood Centre complex, you will be struck at how every intricate detail has been planned.
The busy cafe hums along, but an air of calmness prevails as you enter the studios and the yoga retreat out the back.
Bettina, originally from Ballarat, trained as a naturopath while she operated a beauty salon.
“We worked to create a space where patients can come and see different practitioners,” she said.
“It’s everybody feeding off each other. It’s really about the whole community thing. Ocean Grove is becoming more alternative and health conscious.”
Faye, who jetted off to Portland, Oregon, last week for a conference, said the group of hard-working women were committed to providing the town and surrounding areas with quality alternative health care.
“We wanted to create something unique for Ocean Grove that was good for the community,” she said.
“It’s about women in the community working for the community,” Bettina said.
Kyo Wellness Hub is located at 91 The Parade, Ocean Grove.
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