If learning about health, healing, and well-being while sipping delicious complimentary organic teas and lattes sounds like an afternoon made for you, be sure to save the date for this month’s “Let’s Tea Party” at The Green Pineapple Wellness Center located at 1130 Duval Street. The free gathering features Dr. Ryan Barnett of Key West Chiropractic and will be held on Saturday, May 27th from 4:00pm to 6:00pm.
Dr. Barnett believes health and wellness is a journey of progress and improvement. A Key West native and graduate of Life University College of Chiropractic in Atlanta, GA, his practice is based on a “vitalistic wellness model” and a “gentle, whole-person approach” when taking care of his clients of all ages. He will discuss how chiropractic care can help foster many benefits, including strong immunity, clear thinking, and high levels of energy.
“Come learn true principles of living and see how creating ridiculous health is easier than you think!” he says.
Attendees will also receive a 20% discount on the boutique’s retail products and Anahara Spa services and products. 10% of the evening’s proceeds will benefit the “Embody Love” Program for teen girls, which offers free workshops to help them change the way they feel, think, and speak to themselves and others about their body image and beauty.
The Green Pineapple Wellness Center, established by owner Debi Lippi in 2011, hosts a boutique, organic café, life coaching office, the Key West Yoga Sanctuary yoga studio, and the Anahara Spa, to help support the art of living well, inside and out. Lippi’s staff and the Center’s fellow business owners work to create opportunities for locals and visitors to nourish their bodies, minds, and souls with the products, services, workshops, and creative events they offer; ‘Let’s Tea Party’ serves as a friendly stage for local healthy lifestyle entrepreneurs, creatives, business owners, artists, and teachers to share their work and message.
“The chance to collectively come together around health and wellness and to share with each other is exactly what we need more of as a culture,” says Dr. Barnett. “The more the message of health is spread in our community the more abundant and healthy we all become.”