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Greentoes is a Dream Come True

From the name, Greentoes, to its concept of an eco-chic manicure and pedicure studio, a dream laid out everything for Christina Rossetti Thompson one night as she slept, and upon waking, she was eager to write down all of the details that would soon guide her journey in creating a new business.

That morning as she told her husband, Victor, he said with faith and ease, “You have to make that dream come to life.” His support was her own “Begin with Yes” moment, and she would follow that “Yes” through all of the stages it took to make Greentoes manifest into reality.

Greentoes is a place where clients come to find their calm while indulging in pampered services that feed the body and soul. All of the products are carefully selected by Christina and Victor to bring integrity to every step of every service. “The clients just have to make time for themselves, we do the rest,” they say. “We have thought about the intentions behind what we do and what we provide, so once we have our clients in the studio, they can simply relax their senses.”

By saying “Yes” to a vision, the Thompsons moved forward into positive actions to create Greentoes. “The vision was a gift given to me,” says Christina. “But I know that Greentoes is a gift for our community; a place to find your calm and ultimately, feed your soul.”

Location : 529 N. 6th Ave. For more information, call 520-777-6281 or visit GreentoesTucson.com.

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