Inside Business Announcements for June 13, 2011
Debra Lynn of Remede Spa at St. Regis Aspen has opened an office in Basalt.Lynn has lived in the Roaring Fork Valley for 29 years, has 11 years experience as a massage therapist, is nationally certified and Colorado registered. In a news release, she said she provides five-star quality at downvalley prices. Therapeutic, Swedish, deep tissue and hot stone massages are offered.Her office is located at River View Plaza Building, 100 Elk Run Drive, No. 221, in Basalt. Hours are Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. She works after hours and Saturdays by appointment only. Lynn is a Reiki Master providing treatments as well as teaching classes. She also is a Universal Life Church Minister and certified Hawaiian Kaula practitioner. Call (970) 274-1915 for more information.Free wellness seminar set for TuesdayA free wellness seminar will be held Tuesday at the WIN Health Institute Clinic in Basalt, 110 Midland Ave.The seminar, which starts at 6 p.m., will explain how to facilitate inspired wellness by enhancing the overall quality of life and well-being of people in the Roaring Fork Valley, according to a news release from the clinic.It will cover three topics:• Wellness products and technologies that allow people to grow in their health and well-being.• Experiences, resources and training in personal growth and leadership to allow people to lead an inspired life.• A significant business opportunity to create financial freedom.Space is limited. Call (970) 279-4099 to reserve a seat or for more information.Hinojosa named executive chef at JeromeRich Hinojosa has been appointed executive chef at Hotel Jerome.In his new position, Hinojosa will oversee the catering and cuisine of the hotel’s dining venues, including The Garden Terrace, The Library Lounge and the renowned J-Bar. He begins his position at Hotel Jerome just in time to kick off one of the country’s top culinary events, the 2011 Food & Wine Classic in Aspen. Hinojosa hails from the Westin Maui Resort and Spa in Maui, Hawaii. During his time in Maui, Rich was named a finalist in Hawaiian Hospitality Magazine’s “Hawaii’s Top Young Chef.” He also became a certified sommelier by the Court of Master Sommeliers. He was born and raised in Texas, and moved to Arizona to begin his culinary career and attend the Scottsdale Culinary Institute. He held positions throughout the state at notable restaurants, including Mary Elaine’s at The Phoenician in Scottsdale and The Praying Monk private dining room. The Hotel Jerome is a Rock Resorts property. Aspen Psychotherapy open for businessAspen Psychotherapy is now open for business in the Aspen Airport Business Center.Ashley Connolly, a Colorado-licensed professional counselor and operator of Aspen Psychotherapy, received her bachelor’s degree in psychology from Northwestern University in 1997. She earned her graduate counseling degree from Loyola University-Chicago in 2000. She has worked as an addictions counselor, grief counselor, certified domestic violence counselor, youth counselor, career counselor, academic counselor and crisis/emergency counselor. Ashley also has received advanced training in transpersonal psychology from the Institute of Transpersonal Psychology. Clinical specialty areas include, but are not limited to, the following: children and adolescents, substance abuse treatment and prevention, depression, relationships, anxiety, domestic violence, spiritual and existential issues, grief and loss, caregiving and coping with Illness. For more information, call (970) 618-7007 or visit the website http://www.aspenpsychotherapy.com.CCY Architects profiled in magazineCottle Carr Yaw Architects of Aspen and Basalt was profiled in a feature article in the spring/summer edition of Western Art & Architecture. The six-page feature titled “Inspired PlaceMakers” showcases several of CCY’s recent contemporary mountain community projects underscored by their unique approach to creative mountain architecture, according to a CCY news release.CCY has been a high-profile architectural firm in Aspen and the Roaring Fork Valley for over three decades. Recent Aspen projects include Obermeyer Place, Limelight Lodge, Sundeck Restaurant and the Elk Camp Gondola building.CCY was chosen as the local architect of record for the Aspen Art Museum. The U.S. Forest Service recently selected it as the design architect for a proposed new campus at the current USFS site in Aspen. Grand River Hospital now offering 3D digital mammogramsGrand River has begun offering patients 3D digital mammograms. Grand River was the first in the nation to order this equipment, the latest advancement in women’s health, and is the first in Colorado to be using the new technology.Recently seen on national news outlets, the system offers exceptionally sharp breastimages, an advanced ergonomic design providing more patient comfort, and a groundbreaking 3D tomosynthesis platform designed to deliver superior screening and diagnostic performance. In addition, it allows for comparison of current and prior mammograms on one workstation, reduces the patient radiation dose up to 30 percent, and reduces repeat mammograms.Breast tomosynthesis is a revolutionary technology that gives radiologists the ability to identify and characterize individual breast structures without the confusion of overlapping tissue. If you would like to make an appointment, call (970) 625-6442.New massage office opens in BasaltDebra Lynn of Remede Spa at St. Regis Aspen has opened an office in Basalt.Lynn has lived in the Roaring Fork Valley for 29 years, has 11 years experience as a massage therapist, is nationally certified and Colorado registered. In a news release, she said she provides five-star quality at downvalley prices.Her office is located at River View Plaza Building, 100 Elk Run Drive, No. 221 in Basalt. Hours are Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. She works after hours and Saturdays by appointment only. Debra is a Reiki Master providing treatments as well as teaching classes. Debra is also a Universal Life Church Minister and certified Hawaiian Kaula practitioner. Call (970) 274-1915 for more information.Carbondale woman is finalist in Author contestOn May 10, Carbondale bio-energetic practitioner, spiritual healer and transformational coach Michelle Manning-Kogler made the fourth cut in the Conari Press International search for the Next Top Self-Help Author. She is one of the finalists in the competition for the grand prize. The winner will be rewarded with a publishing contract with Conari Press, as well as a speaking gig at one of the largest conferences in the country, Celebrate Your Life. Almost 1,000 competitors sent in videos stating their reasons for wanting to become the Next Top Self-Help Author. In this final round, contestants are asked to submit a at least one more chapter of their book.
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