Sacred Owl Wellness center to open new doors in coming months

Walker Discoe

Health, wellness and fitness are all reasons why people move to Colorado. Colorado is ranked as one of the 10 healthiest states according to CBS news, and Coloradoans generally cultivate a culture of exercise and self-care. Sacred Owl Wellness, a spa and wellness center in Fort Collins specializing in holistic and neuropathic approaches to health, helps to drive that culture forward.

According to their website, Sacred Owl Wellness is “(providing) a comforting yet stimulating atmosphere in which you will be able to relax both your body and mind, reconnecting your daily life to its higher purpose.”

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Samantha Rines Odell, a holistic health practitioner, founded the business in 2018 in the hopes of bringing a deeper understanding of holistic and natural health practices to Fort Collins.

“We’re here to help people feel better,” Odell said. “We believe that wellness is a balance between every aspect in anyone’s life and that our clients aren’t just a collection of body systems.”

Sacred Owl offers a variety of services, including spa and clinical services, massage, aromatherapy, yoga and energy healing.

“Ultimately, we want to get to a spot where it’s not just a spa, and it’s not just a wellness center,” said Odell. “We want Sacred Owl to be a place where you come in, and it’s a one-stop-shop for wellness.”-Samantha Odell, founder of Sacred Owl Wellness.

“Many of our clients come in for a variety of our practices, not just a single thing,” Odell said. “Sure, there are the people who come in for a massage because they got a gift card…but it’s not uncommon to have a client who uses all of our services.”

Sacred Owl plans on moving into their new space in late February of this year. Currently located along College Avenue in the White Magnolia building, their new offices will be north of Whole Foods. Odell said she hopes the space will be an addition to an area of Fort Collins that will become a new hub for health and wellness.

“In our new space, we’re going to be neighbors with a few other wellness-related businesses,” Odell said. “There’s a chiropractor who also practices acupuncture, a laser tattoo and a hair removal salon, and of course, we’re going to be moving in as well.”

Sacred Owl will host a grand opening to their new building March 30 in an event that includes other nearby business, although dates are still tentative. Odell has high hopes for her business, the new wellness centered shopping area and the culture of natural wellness in Fort Collins.

“Ultimately, we want to get to a spot where it’s not just a spa, and it’s not just a wellness center,” said Odell. “We want Sacred Owl to be a place where you come in, and it’s a one-stop-shop for wellness.”

Sacred Owl offers an ongoing 20 percent discount for faculty and students at both Front Range Community College and Colorado State University.

Walker Discoe can be reached at entertainment@collegian.com or on Twitter @walkerdiscoe. 

 

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