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April 15, 2011 > Lavender Serenity

Lavender Serenity

By Simon Wong

Lavender Serenity massage therapy has opened at 731 A Street, Suite 205, Hayward. The brainchild of Dadgar, the business is located in the same building as Angels Hospice which she founded in 2008 to care for people with terminal illness and their families.

Angels Hospice offered complementary alternative therapy to children and other patients but contracted those services to third parties. Dadgar decided it is preferable to provide those treatments at affordable rates nearby for chronically ill patients and the general public.

"Lavender Serenity is about mind, body and spirit," says Arezou Dadgar, a former nurse practitioner who has been in healthcare for 24 years. "We want people to experience the benefits of complementary therapy. It reduces tension, aches and pain, improves circulation and vitality."

Relaxation is just one goal of massage therapy. It can also relieve depression, lower blood pressure, release toxins, interrupt headaches and migraine patterns, improve the range of motion and even increase job performance and productivity.

"We look forward to welcoming all our clients and playing an integral role in contributing to their health and wellness," added Amanda Lee, Spa Manager.

Hayward Chamber of Commerce president and CEO Kim Huggett, staff and ambassadors joined Dadgar, Lee and Lavender Serenity staff for a ribbon cutting ceremony on April 5, 2011, to celebrate the new business.

For more information, visit www.LavenderSerenity.com or call (510) 733-2600. For more information about Angels Hospice, visit www.AngelsHospice.org or call (510) 727-9000 or email sshhazzi@hotmail.com.

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