Dr. Miles Sauteben graduated from Life University with a Doctorate of Chiropractic but soon after became licensed by the Pastoral Medical Association (PMA) Doctor of Pastoral Science and Medicine (PSc.D) to pursue the role of functional medicine and wellness.
The Tallgrass family, just making their way in the world, embarked on an amazing new adventure stemming from just a simple discussion about life. They were looking for a change, for new purpose, and for the chance to make a bigger impact in their community. Tallgrass Meat Company was crafted out of their desire to cultivate an intimate, well-trusted and community-driven marketplace in Columbia, TN.
I count it as an honor to work with the issues of a person’s heart. My passion is helping individuals, families, and couples get insight into their own lives in a way that brings hope, healing and restoration.
Ruth Tracy opened Columbia Health Foods in 1982. She wanted to fill the need for a health food store in the community. She opened the store with the help of her daughter, Jackie, on the weekends.
Out of the Pit, written by Sheila Nickell, is a metaphoric parable about a man who awakens from a self-destructive lifestyle to find himself at his rock bottom. Whether one has struggled with addiction, depression, or trauma, this recovery tale offers an encouraging message of hope and the faithfulness of God in pulling his children out and upward, while encouraging them as they make their climb. Discussion questions at the end make this the perfect booklet for an individual thoughtful read or a group study setting.
Cowboy Up is a Maury County, TN Junior Auxiliary Project that spreads the message of suicide awareness and We have many GREAT things in the works for Cowboy Up over the next month. Please stay tuned and check our page often for updates! You can help us by inviting friends to like our Facebook page along with checking out our website and t-shirts. September is Suicide Awareness month and we have month goals in our near future to achieve with your support! do a huge mistake and pay much attention to the interior leaving the exterior as it is.
In order to live a higher quality life, maintaining optimal wellness is key. Everything we feel and do relates to our well-being and directly affects our actions and emotions. In order to subdue stress, reduce illness, and ensure positive moments in your life, you must achieve optimal wellness.
Our salt cave rooms which are Dr. Margaret Smiechowski unique creations are designed to enhance relaxation while getting the benefits of a wellness environment. Throughout the cave rooms the floor and walls are covered with Himalayan salt and a halo generator is used to break down salt into fine particles which is pumped into the air.
Chef-inspired, wholesome foods lovingly prepared by a staff that understands special dietary needs. When you enter, you’ll find our menu posted above the counter and a smiling face to answer questions and take your order.
While my sons were young I studied oil painting under Kathy Hunt and several other teachers whose names I’m sorry I can’t remember. The next thing I knew it had been almost 30 years and I had not painted a thing. I met an amazing 90 year old woman who challenged me to show up at her art class. She was so full of life and energy I was embarrassed to offer any excuses for why I couldn’t find time for something I had loved so much.
We provide Resources, In Home Supports, Referral Data Outsourcing, Health Care Administration, and Advocate for Children and Families. We are a 501 (c) (3) Domestic Corporation and build our programs through Charitable Giving, Donations and through Partnering with other Nonprofit and For Profit Organizations and governmental agencies when available.
Hello! My name is Michelle Mullins and I’m a licensed aesthetician practicing in Columbia, TN. I’ve opened up my own studio, Blush Beauty & Skin, located inside A Time To Heal wellness clinic at 604 N. High St. Aside from being an aesthetician and small business owner, I am also a wife and mother of 2. I decided to pursue my passion of esthetics a little later in life. I wanted to go to school and become licensed many years ago, but the time just wasn’t right. I was working a corporate 8-5 job, so my dream sat on the back burner. When my daughter graduated high school in 2018, she decided she wanted to become an aesthetician. By then, things had changed with my career and I was working as a realtor which provided more free time, so I decided the time was right. The best part about it was being able to share the journey with my daughter. We went to school together and soon she plans to join me at Blush! My goal is to provide a relaxing atmosphere and enjoyable experience for all of my clients. I would love to have the opportunity to provide this for you!