Wellness center opens in ‘big yellow house’

Marnie Sanborn Myhre and her dog, Razcal, on the porch at RiverStones Wellness. Photo by Kristal Leebrick

Marnie Sanborn Myhre and her dog, Razcal, on the porch at RiverStones Wellness.   

St. Anthony Park resident Marnie Sanborn Myhre has taken over Bright Heart yoga center’s space in the “big yellow house” at 2235 Luther Place, next to the parking lot on the Luther Seminary campus.

Myhre says she wants to expand her center, RiverStones Wellness, to include acupuncture, massage, energy healing, as well as yoga and qigong. She envisions a community center that may include a knitting group and book group or artistic workshops, “anything that pulls people together,” she said. “That in itself is healing.”

The idea for a community center that offers wellness services as well as creative outlets is “something I’ve been thinking about for years,” she said. “This is a start.”

Myhre is a physical therapist with advanced certification in ergonomics, holistic health, energy healing, Reiki and yoga therapy. She has been practicing yoga for more than 14 years.

Bright Heart proprietor Melanie McRae will continue teaching a yoga class in the building on Fridays. New morning and evening classes have been added and the first class is free. Check the schedule out at riverstoneswellness.com.

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