Joy and Vitality Centre
Eugenia Knyazheva was diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis at 6yrs old. Feeling failed by the medical system. It sent her life on a new trajectory into holistic healing.
In June, Eugenia opened a new wellness facility! Joy and Vitality Centre in Quarry Park. Also, a close family affair with her parents and brother.
Eugenia isn’t alone in her family to suffer health problems. Her mother and brother, both are cancer survivors. Together they strive for a healthier lifestyle. “I realized we could do something to better help people with many different issues.”
A personal health story…
This close-knit Russian family immigrated to Canada in 2004. Previously, together they operated an organic health food store in Okotoks. Eugenia an acute sufferer of arthritis. Learned to manage it using a combination of strict diet, natural supplements, and acupuncture. She wanted to share her new skills with all!
Currently employed at the Centre as a Certified Holistic Nutritionist and Dietician. This is how Eugenia find her personal joy, in helping others. Especially fellow arthritis patients.
Joy and Vitality Centre combines holistic practices from across the world. Found under one roof, experience: drumming and Tibetan singing bowl therapies, essential oils, healing yoga’s, cleanses and supplements for children and adults.
First, their Salt Cave is one of the particularly unique offerings. Salt therapy (AKA halotherapy) is a meditative practice where participants sit in a dimly-lit room. The walls are covered with large chunks of salt. The salt is said to improve skin and respiratory conditions. Eugenia says she’s working on an “eczema care package” for Salt Cave patrons. Finally, please find included Lowen’s Skincare products!
CONCLUSION ON ALL THIS Joy and Vitality!
“We love to support local!” Eugenia says. Many of Joy and Vitality’s suppliers are local (including Lowen’s!) “Local businesses put their heart and soul into their products.” Wrapping things up, we can’t agree more!
So, as Joy and Vitality Centre grows. Eugenia hopes that her family’s Wellness Centre can “help everyone find their joy and vitality.”
Finally, thanks for reading our latest ramblings in our blog series!