By Scott Carlson
Since opening its doors last November, Soul Logic has created a wellness center in south St. Anthony Park that offers therapeutic massages, acupuncture and skin therapy to clients in a “holistic manner.”
“We have this idea that wellness should fit people to their needs,” said Mona Robbins, co-owner of Soul Logic with her business partner Melanie Nugent-Riess.
Soul Logic, 856 Raymond Ave., is an apothecary spa whose mission is to “ignite your soul through holistic wellness.”
“We want people to feel good walking into Soul Logic,” said Robbins, a licensed doctor of acupuncture and Oriental medicine. “The idea behind the name Soul Logic is to have honest passion (Soul) for vibrant healthy lives, balanced by practicality and pragmatism (Logic) that really works for people.”
The 980 square-foot spa combines therapies that address pain, emotional health and promote personal vitality, Robbins added.
A distinguishing feature of Soul Logic: Robbins’ practice of traditional Chinese medicine which uses alternative methods to help the body heal. Those include herbal medicine, acupressure, medical massage, dietary therapy and meditative exercises.
Robbins has practiced integrative medicine for more than eight years. Prior to that, her career included time in the military, mechanical engineering and construction. Her background in construction served her well in taking on remodeling of her current building for Soul Logic.
Meanwhile, Nugent-Riess is a spa industry veteran of more than 20 years. Today, her practice includes therapeutic massage along with skin care as a licensed esthetician. She also is a certified yoga instructor and can help clients with exercise advice and stretching recommendations to assist in “whole soul wellness.”
For further information on Soul Logic, check out its website at https://www.soullogicmn.com/ or call the spa at 651-778-7903.