Dr Craig Weiner, a chiropractor for twenty years, decided it was time for a personal and professional change and this spring relocated his successful practice on South Whidbey Island from Freeland to the growing Bayview Corner Community. His clinic had served the community health needs in Freeland for the past six years. The center offers Chiropractic services from Dr Craig who integrates both traditional chiropractic methods with alternative, integrative and energetic techniques.
The circa 1914 renovated Sears “kit” house was originally a Sears Roebuck catalog home that was purchased originally as part of the Greenbank Farm housing for farm supervisors. In the early 1900s, Sears created over 450 model styles of kit houses that were shipped throughout the country via rail and sea. This house was the last one that survived on the farm and was inhabited until the 1970s. Days prior to being demolished due to the widening of Highway 525, the local Greenbank community forced a historical review to be performed and the structure was saved despite its dilapidating state. Local philanthropist, Nancy Nordhoff, fell in love with it and had it moved 10 miles down the island to its present location at Bayview Corner.
The original fir floors and double hung windows create an atmosphere of comfort, while the beautiful redwood wainscot walls and ceilings, re-milled from the salvaged Langley water tower, are accented by a beautiful hand painted chandelier and wall sconces, created by local glass artist Alicia Lomne, The plastered walls were hand tinted by Wall Artist Darla Duchessa. Dr. Craig, as he is known in the community, says, “When you walk in, there is a sense of peace and warmth and tranquility that begins the healing process.”
The new location offers massage therapy by Gina Ames, LMT, who offers a broad range of message techniques, and yoga classes led by Annapoorne Colangelo who has been practicing and teaching Hatha yoga for more than 30 years.
The downstairs yoga room also provides an ideal space for Dr Craig’s Transformational Dialogues, an ongoing lecture series. The Tuesday evening events provide inspiring topics and guest speakers on a wide variety of health topics from healthy living workshops to integrative approaches to healing through art, poetry, music and more. All net proceeds to the guest Dialogues series benefit local island charities. The space is also available to rent out for workshops.
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