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New Holistic Practice Opens in Mendota Heights

Be Well offers a range of services, from executive leadership coaching to reiki.

Be Well, a holistic services practice and the newest business to join The Village retail complex, opened its doors in late August.

“Be Well is a practice dedicated to helping individuals optimize their wellbeing and potential,” said partner Jeanine Thompson.

The practice offers a range of services, including psychotherapy for individuals, families and couples, personal coaching, executive leadership assessment and coaching, reiki and skills training.

All services are built on the philosophy that daily life is reflected in a person’s body, emotions and relationships. Thompson and her business partner, Holly Bennett Etzell, hope to help clients understand their strengths and maximize their performance and potential.

Thompson has a diverse background in holistic wellness. She is a former evidence-based psychotherapist, as well as a certified yoga teacher and a master reiki practitioner. Thompson has also worked in international business as an executive for a Fortune 50 company.

Bennett Etzell holds a doctorate in clinical psychology and has experience in business coaching and consulting.

Thompson and Bennett Etzell hope to serve clientele from across the Twin Cities metro area. In fact, Mendota Heights’s close proximity to the central metro was part of why the pair chose to locate their practice in The Village. However, the supportive atmosphere of neighboring businesses was equally important for the two partners. The eclectic blend of nearby retailers provides a fluid source of referrals.

“There’s a strong sense of community here,” said Bennett Etzell. “It’s that sort of Main Street feel.”

Be Well is open Monday-Saturday by appointment. The practice is located at 750 Main St., Suite 102.

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