The Bloom! School for Therapeutic Arts offers trainings in massage therapy and yoga teacher training. Debra – ” I fell in love with massage therapy and yoga because of chronic pain. I still remember the name of the gentleman to whom I was complaining. He told me that I “needed” to see Ily. Ily, it seems was a massage therapist who, without a doubt, could help me be free of pain and get on with life. I had never heard of such a treatment. I hemmed and hawed and eventually called Ily. This changed my life. After becoming a massage therapist and yoga teacher myself in 1996, I have had the most incredible journey and I am excited to share my experience with students who are passionate about learning a craft that can help to heal themselves, their families and their patients.” BLOOM! Offers a supportive, compassionate and fun approach to learning!
We’re proud to celebrate over 50 years of putting people to work in Maine. As a locally owned and operated company, we’re delighted to support our communities with employment opportunities; providing individuals not only jobs, but also opportunities for skills training and assessment, and offering companies innovative workforce solutions in staffing, including temporary, temporary-to-permanent, permanent placement, payroll and HR consulting services.
We would like to welcome Sweet Dreams Lavender Farm, as the newest member to the Sebasticook Valley Chamber of Commerce. Sweet Dreams Lavender Farm is nestled on 46 acres in St. Albans, Maine on Big Indian Pond. We grow our own lavender, culinary and wild harvested herbs. We have been growing different varieties of lavender since 2003 and we are documented as the first lavender farm in Maine. We have developed our own variety of Lavender named Evielena and also grow Seal, Lady Grey, Twinkle Purple and True English. All lavender used in our products is grown right here in St. Albans, handmade with love. All products are available for purchase at our farm store or online. No pesticides or commercially produced chemical fertilizers are ever used on our farm. Instead, we practice permaculture methods to work with nature. Farm Store reopens May 29, 2021