Join us in saying "Bon Voyage!" to
Lost Art of Life - 406 Washington St.
Holliston, MA 01746
Thursday February 28th, 2013 * 10am-6pm
Join us for food and celebration on the last day Lost Art of Life will be open for retail business. We want to have a going away party to celebrate our four year of success...not only for us but for the relationships we were able to facilitate for others. Lost Art of Life has been an amazing journey - truly one of blood, sweat and tears - and I wouldn't do a second of it any differently. Thank you to all of our vendors, consigners, customers, and clients - it all comes full circle.
I'd like to give thanks to Margie Ellis, not only for supplying us with her beautiful "Lucky 13" earrings, but for her spirit, love and joy she contributed to the store. I would also like to give thanks to Martha Whyte for her time, support, love and gratitude - as well as keeping me in check. Also, to Marie Napoli who as you may know has been supporting us through this past holiday season and through our completion.
I would like to give special thanks to two fabulous ladies:
The first, Miss M.K. Caldwell who first came into my life like a daughter/sister to me and an incredibly cool inspiration for my children. Our paths kept crossing, and one day when Lost Art was in the back of the building, open three days a week, and trying to figure out what it was going to be, M.K. walked through the door, and just like seeing a favorite relative after a long period of time I knew our journey was to be the same for a while. Her creativity and personality were a natural fit, and like a beacon that had just been polished, Lost Art of Life began to shine even brighter. We wish M.K. the best in all her life's journeys!
The second, Miss Signe Nelson whose universe collided with mine in 2006 while attending an Energy Healing program. Like M.K., it was as if I had known Signe my whole life. As a mother and a just all around super cool chick, I looked to her for wisdom and insight, and this became our bond. I left the second year of training to open Lost Art of Life. As M.K.'s life had evolved and she was moving into her next phase, I needed support to sustain the lighthouse M.K. and I had built. As it happened, Signe was between jobs, and the rest is history. For those of you that know her, you know that she was the perfect person for the job. Her natural charisma and humor are refreshing and insightful, and have you seen her smile?? I have learned so much about Feng Shui and Astrology from her, either through our wonderful conversations or the knowledge she has shared with others. I know she will go on to share her gifts with the world and I wish her the best in all her journeys as well. Thank you Sinny!!
As for me, in 2012 I completed the Level 1 Kundalini Yoga Teacher Training with Guruatma at Franklin Yoga and Wellness in Franklin, MA. It was the puzzle piece I had been looking for. As many of you know my background is Massage Therapy and Energy Anatomy, as well as being a certified Life Coach and Level II Reiki practitioner. I have swam in the chakras for many years and Kundalini Yoga is like learning the most beautiful way of navigating those waters. It has enhanced my coaching practice as well as filled the empty spaces for those who allow it into their lives. As one door closes, another one opens - and with that being said, I will be opening a practice at 21D Charles St in Holliston, MA called "Agape - Tools for Transfomation" It will provide personalized coaching and yoga, as well as be a resource for wellness. There will be a small retail area focused on books, cd's, dvd's, personal meditaion tools, and yoga supplies. I am currently teaching yoga classes at Prana Yoga in the same building, so as you can see the universe has opened the door to the new journey and I am accepting the offer. Agape will have a soft opening in April of 2013, and a Grand Opening in May 2013.
The intention is to keep the website www.lostartoflife.com alive to keep people connected with our vendors if they would like to continue to purchase certain items. As well, to keep people connected to each other since facilitating relationships was such a huge part of Lost Art. And to keep people connected to us and what we are doing so we can keep some of the synergy going.
It is with joy and sadness to see this day come. We would really love to see you if you can make it.
Owner and Founder of Lost Art of Life