Shaw and Wallie open Coastal Retreat
EASTON — Coastal Retreat held a grand opening and ribbon cutting ceremony Tuesday at its offices on 717 Goldsborough Street.
Following a decade of instructing yoga and yoga therapy, Kristi Shaw desired a space for healing, transformation and reconnection through movement and wellness ser vices.
Together with her business partner, Marissa Wallie, owner of Coastal Chiropractic, Shaw’s dream was realized earlier this year.
Under one roof, services and practitioners are available to care collaboratively for the whole person. Their services include acupuncture, massage, skin care, nutritional counseling, preand-postnatal support, Bowenwork, Reiki, yoga classes, Pilate, Barre and meditation.
Wallie is an advocate of optimal wellness. She enjoys coaching patients toward achieving a better quality of life. Her goal is to inspire them to aspire to new levels of health, and her infectious enthusiasm is successful to that end.
Wallie completed her undergraduate work at Towson University in Maryland, and her doctorate at New York Chiropractic College in Seneca Falls, N.Y. in 2000. She is trained in prenatal and pediatric care, as well as spinal curve correction, rehabilitation, and sports injuries. Wallie is a member of the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association.
Marissa Wallie and Kristi Shaw, center, cut the ribbon with large scissors to officially open Coastal Retreat 717 Goldsborough Street in Easton. With the co-owners are Patty Shreves,chief of staff for Sen. Addie Eckardt R-37-Mid-Shore, and Beysy Hamilton representing Del. Chris Adams, R-37B-Wicomico were present along with instructors representatives from the Talbot County Chamber of Commerce and well-wishers.