Wellness center to move into Peapods/Mischief space
A wellness center offering yoga and meditation classes, holistic healing services and a retail shop that will sell bulk herbs, tea, essential oils, and natural and organic health supplements is moving into the former Peapods/Mischief space at 2290 Como Ave.
Samantha Huet, owner of Healing Elements in northeast Minneapolis, said her business has outgrown its current location on Stinson Boulevard. She will begin renovation of the Como Avenue shop in late January and expects to open in St. Anthony Park in April.
“It is a humbling, beautiful reality that our healing center is able to grow and expand at this time,” Huet said.
Dan Marshall and Millie Adelsheim had operated Peapods in the 3,000-square-foot space for four years before announcing last June that Peapods would close and the building was for sale. They opened Mischief last fall. Their new store, which is aimed at older kids, teens and young adults, is moving to 818 Grand Ave., a half block east of Café Latte. Mischief’s last day on Como Avenue was Jan. 23.
Huet closed on the Como Avenue property Dec. 30. Marshall and Adelsheim closed on the Grand Avenue property in early January. You can find out more about Healing Elements at healingelementsmpls.com.