Spaces Available For Windgate Healing Arts Open House And Fundraiser Saturday For Lemonade Living


Windgate Healing Arts is celebrating an Open House Fundraiser in their new space at 2101 Trinity Dr., Suite Q, to benefit Lemonade Living. They will volunteer their time from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., Saturday, June 5, for up to 24 people who donate $95 or more.

After a space is reserved by making a donation, individuals email to schedule their hour of four 15-minute sessions of their choice of services. They can choose from reflexology, Thai yoga, chair massage and salt room services. Donations can be made online at or in person at Rose Chocolatier, 149 Central Park Square, as long as spaces are available.

“We’re very excited,” Lemonade Living President Melissa Arias said. “Their new location is beautiful and relaxing. We truly appreciate Windgate Healing Arts’ generosity to us and the services they offer the community. We hope that people will make their reservation for relaxation—whether for a graduation, late Mother’s Day, early Father’s Day, or special birthday gift, or just a getaway day! Sign up now!”

Windgate Healing Arts ( provides personalized therapies that nurture body, mind and spirit and help you re-discover your sense of well-being. Specializing in authentic, indigenous therapies, they offer you everything from the best relaxation Hawaiian Lomi Lomi massage to deep tissue massage at their convenient downtown location with ample parking and easy handicap access. They invite you to come and see how you can achieve calm, relaxation and peace while addressing pain and the rehabilitation of injuries or chronic conditions.

Lemonade Living ( is a Los Alamos nonprofit that serves adults with developmental disabilities and special needs by partnering with other local organizations to offer enriching activities and events, therapy services, job skills training and eventually long-term residential living. They make as accessible as possible any therapies and services needed by our developmental disabilities and special needs community.