Cutchogue’s Main Street will be home to a new holistic healing collaborative practice, Chrysalis. With a mission to connect you to nature and community, founder Emily Anne McDonald, MD and fellow collaborators from all backgrounds are celebrating the grand opening on Wednesday, October 24 at 6 p.m. A series of workshops and events throughout the week will include restorative yoga and reiki, introductions to meditation, astrology, tarot, crystal, and flower essence readings, holistic medicine consultations, retail showcase, and a community clinic by nonprofit Ethos Rising, also founded by McDonald, and fellow Chrysalis educator and healer Torie Cande.
Chrysalis is a collaborative holistic healing space the connects you to nature and community. Through partnerships with practitioners offering private sessions to help develop holistic self-care practices, individuals develop practices with holistic services including medical consulting, herbal and vibrational healing, reiki and energy healing, meditation, yoga, astrology, and more. Weekly workshops, events, and locally handmade, plant-based products from North Fork artisans are also available in the welcoming, transformative space.