Help Hygeia Center for Healing Arts

Thank you for your generosity and interest in supporting integrative healthcare access in Ann Arbor! We believe that high quality integrative health and wellness services have the potential to transform and enrich the lives of many individuals and families within our community. Further, we believe that every person should have access to these services regardless of income level.

Phoenix Fund Donations

Our long term goal is to raise a robust fund that will allow many individuals and families to receive income-based discounts on services and classes at Hygeia. To that end Hygeia Center for Healing Arts will apply for 501c3 status in  summer or fall of 2012. If you would like to contribute additional donations to building the Phoenix Fund please contact us about becoming a sustaining donor.

Changes at Hygeia Center for Healing Arts

Exciting News! The Hygeia Center for Healing Arts is growing in leaps and bounds, and many benefits for our community are around the corner.

Who are we?

In the past: Hygeia was a business collaboration between Diana Quinn, Naturopathic Doctor and Sierra Hillebrand, Integrated Pyschotherapist. Now and beyond: A new vision has emerged for Hygeia as a vibrant, integrative non-profit wellness center. We are committed to partnering with our community to provide funding assistance for individuals and families who would otherwise be unable to access our services, and we are also expanding the scope of services and classes offered at Hygeia. Diana Quinn, Sierra Hillebrand, Deb Rhizal, and Kelly Brown have collaborated to change the business structure of Hygeia and become a non-profit organization. New practitioners have joined, and we are doubling our practice space and widely expanding our services!

What up we up to?

  1. Opening a Classroom/Yoga Studio  - June 2012 New Classes will include:
    • Yoga for Emotional Balance
    • Prenatal Yoga
    • Infant Massage
    • Tai Chi
    • Dance for Birth
    • Childbirth Classes
    • Parent/Baby Classes
    • And more!
  2. Adding Two Additional Practitioner Rooms and New Practitioners – July 2012 New and Expanded Services will include:
    • Infant Mental Health
    • Clinical Social Work
    • Wellness Coaching
    • Acupuncture
    • Massage Therapy
    • Cranial Sacral
    • Reiki
    • Therapeutic Yoga

    New Practitioners are Barbara Brookens-Harvey, Abby Humphrey, and Deb Rhizal.

  3. Filing for 501c3 status & forming a Board of Directors.
  4. Building the Pheonix Fund to support income-based fee discounts.
  5. Hiring an Administrative Assistance.

What We Need

Capital! Hygeia has an exciting and viable business plan in place, but we need funds to kickstart the expansions: furnishing new treatment rooms and yoga studio/classroom, and beginning the formation of our Phoenix Fund. This will allow us to expand into our new spaces, purchase yoga props and furnishings, and establish the initial funds required to start and administer the Phoenix Fund. We will continue to build the Phoenix Fund in the future through donations, grants, and earned-income.

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