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Caritas Center for Healing Offers Anniversary Discounts

Karen Olson, psychotherapist and founder of the Caritas Center for Healing, is celebrating six years of offering natural wellness services and classes to the downtown community by offering 30 percent off all rental fees and 50 percent off all classes for the month of September.

Many supporters and practitioners of alternative health care want to rent space to present a one-time workshop or ongoing class or to practice their craft. They would like the freedom to do so without a long-term contract and also support a like-minded local business, rather than a big hotel chain. For people interested in checking out a class in qigong, therapeutic yoga, or Yum Yum Stretch, this special promotion offers an opportunity to check out Caritas’ offerings with a minimal investment.

Caritas has been certified as a Green Business by the city of Tucson, and uses natural light and other measures to reduce consumption of electricity. It is a cooperative of independent teachers and practitioners.

Location: 330 E. 16th St., in the historic Armory Park neighborhood. For more information, call 520-624-2743, email [email protected] or visit Practitioners may contact Olson about available spaces.  

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