Marblehead Natural Healing 10 Spring St, Marblehead, MA01945 Marblehead Natural Healing is an alternative medicine practice run by Dr. Devorah Feinbloom. The facility specializes in…More chiropractic treatments and nutritional therapies as a response to conditions such as chronic pain, weak immune systems, digestive issues, skin conditions and migraines. Additional services offered include infrared sauna therapy, blood work-ups and wellness workshops.
Greenovators 5 Bank Ct, Marblehead, MA01945 Greenovators is a green home improvement company with a goal of "helping the conscious consumer navigate through an…More increasingly complex green marketplace." The company offers a variety of home services including painting, recycling, flooring and renovations. Greenovators uses exclusively organic, all-natural and eco-friendly products. For further inquiries, email email@example.com or phone Greenovators directly.
Candy Pop Sweet Shoppe 152 Washington St, Marblehead, MA01945 Candy Pop Sweet Shoppe is a local candy store. The location offers a wide range of options, including bulk candy,…More natural candy and baked goods. Some options include cake pops, flavored popcorn, penny candy, brownies, fudge, sugar-free options, organic candy as well as pre-packaged candy and vegan candy.
Simpson Garden Design 17r Hawkes St, Marblehead, MA01945 Simpson Garden Design, a landscape design firm based in Marblehead, uses green, sustainable practices in order to create…More gardens. According to the Simpson Garden Design website,the company aims to "strengthen the owner's connection to Nature."
ALINE 123 Pleasant St, Marblehead, MA01945 ALINE offers highly-engineered shoe insoles designed for natural movement of the foot resulting in improved ankle and…More knee alignment. The company's insoles are worn by a number of professional athletes, including X-Games champions, PGA golfers, runners, mountain bikers and many more. Visit the company's Marblehead concept store to learn more about ALINE products and services.
Wyman Woods Everett Paine Boulevard, Marblehead, MA01945
Stretching from the back of Gatchell's Playground to the shore of Salem Harbor, this 33.5-acre conservation area is…More home to a network of trails that take hikers through highlands, lowlands and down to the shore of Salem Harbor.
The park can be reached by taking the Marblehead Rail-Trail from West Shore Drive, or from the parking lot of the Shore Lea Nature Center off Everett Paine Boulevard.
Sundance Pre-School and Learning Center provides pre-school services to North Shore children. It also offers…More developmental curriculum for toddlers to six year olds. From nature walks and cooking, to science and "arts and crafts," Sundance aims give children a love of learning at their earliest exposure to a school and social environment.
There's even a "dinner and movie nights" that helps parents to get out for the night while their children are in a positive, structured environment.
Music and Movement Together of Marblehead is a program designed for early childhood (birth to age 5 yo) aged…More participants to experience with their caretakers.
Music classes explore music making in a non-formal way, including singing, dancing, instrument playing and other age appropriate activities. The program fosters the development of the natural music skills that ALL children have.
A schedule of classes, all of which are hosted at the Unitarian Universalist Church, is available online.
The Marblehead School of Music was founded by Steve and Jennifer Spungin. A graduate of Berklee College of Music,…More Steve has taught private and group music instruction in guitar, bass, piano, drums and violin since 2000, while Jennifer, a Tufts graduate with a Ph.D. in teaching, has worked with students in the Boston public school system since 2001. Both are passionate about music and education, and the Marblehead School of Music is the natural extension of that passion. Music classes include all varieties of instruments and vocals, as well as workshops like guitar building, the "MyBand" program for kids and more.
Steve and Jennifer are supporters of the Marblehead Arts. Steve was instrumental in bringing one of the greatest guitarists in the world, Pierre Bensusan, to perform at the Marblehead Arts Festival in 2008.
Marblehead native Susan Brewer opened the Marblehead Cafe & Chower Company in 2007. With a lifelong love of food…More and travel, she says, "This is just something I've always wanted to do." The menu reflects those sentiments with an amazing variety of options, each a wonder in its own right. There are sumptuous soups and chowders made fresh on the premises, low-cal dinner options and a healthy turkey chili that doesn't cut corners on taste. And, for vegetarians, there's always something available, such as edamame hummus.
Its mission is to create and produce delicious food and original chowders and soups using the freshest, most natural and wholesome ingredients. Beautiful art from local artists is often on display, as well.