Posted: Thursday, June 5th 2008 at 12:00pm
Local business leaders celebrate opening of Anidawehi Plantation Wellness Center
DAHLONEGA - About 150 local area business leaders recently celebrated the 30th anniversary of the Forrest Hills Resort, as well as the opening of its all-natural wellness center, Anidawehi Plantation.
"I am impressed by the hard work and commitment of this family who has made Forrest Hills Resort a lasting institution in the Dahlonega community for 30 years," said Gary Powers, president of the Dahlonega-Lumpkin County Chamber of Commerce, at the ribbon cutting ceremony.
Chamber ambassadors and other VIPs toured the center and met with Anidawehi's staff of health and wellness experts.
"Anidawehi Plantation serves as a destination spa for resort guests and local Dahlonega residents with both signature treatments and traditional massage therapy," said Denise Roberson, resort co-owner and director of the Anidawehi Plantation.
"It has been my dream to have a holistic and organic wellness center, and today is a realization of that dream. It means a lot to us to have the support of the local business community as we begin this new era in Forrest Hills Resort's history."
Anidawehi Plantation offers five programs in internal cleansing, healthy eating based on raw living foods, weight management, age defiance and psychological well-being. Integrated into these programs are life coaching, spa therapy and yoga classes.
Guests also have full access to Forrest Hills' amenities, such as a three-mile jogging/biking trail, hiking and horseback riding through Gold City Corral.
For more information, visit www.anidawehi.com or call 706-864-3818.
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