Massage practice adds therapist
ARIA Therapeutics Medical Massage announces the addition of Lori Ann Glass.
Glass is a board-certified and registered massage therapist and a certified athletic trainer. She holds a degree in athletic training from Castleton State College in Vermont and completed her massage therapy training at Downeast School of Massage in Waldonboro, Maine. Glass completed an internship in athletic training at Phillips Exeter Academy in Exeter, N.H. She has 15 years of experience in athletic training, massage therapy and fitness.
Glass will see patients at both ARIA locations, located at Mercy Regional Medical Plaza, Suite 150, and 1401 Main Ave, Suite A. She specializes in orthopedics, athletic injuries, acute and chronic conditions, post-surgical and restorative care. Glass will accept self-pay, Anthem BC/BS, workers compensation and Auto Med Pay patients.
She and her husband, George, have two girls and enjoy an active outdoor lifestyle, which helped inspire their relocation to Durango from Vermont.
For more information, visit www.AriaWellness.com or call 375-2273.
Nurse practitioner joins Avabella
Avabella Adult Healthcare and Medical Spa announces the addition of Nancy Brooker, a certified nurse practitioner for adult health-care services for men and women.
Brooker is an adult nurse practitioner who has been practicing in the area since 2008. She owned Pine River Health Care in Bayfield from 2008 to 2010 and more recently has been working in Farmington.
Brooker received her masters degree and nurse practitionership from Arizona State University in 2005. She also has a special interest in bioidentical hormone replacement for women and men.
For more information, call 259-9311.
Economic council to hold conference
The Economic Development Council of Colorado will hold its spring conference from Wednesday to Friday at the DoubleTree Hotel, 501 Camino del Rio.
The conference will focus on member education regarding pertinent economic-development issues, networking opportunities and legislative advocacy.
The agenda includes preconference tours of Ska Brewing Co. and StoneAge WaterBlast Tools; workshops on freight, workforce issues, business mentoring and the statewide annual awards luncheon.
For more information or to register, visit www.edcc online.org.
Wells Fargo Advisors opens new office
Wells Fargo Advisors LLC, the financial brokerage division of Wells Fargo & Co., will host the Durango Chamber of Commerce Diplomats for a ribbon-cutting at 12:15 p.m. Monday at the new office of Wells Fargo Advisors, 1129 Main Ave.
Financial advisers Roger Hayes, Jeff Speicher, Gail Aalund and Scott Woods along with client associates Stefanie Schoonover, Britny Hanson, Barbara Johnson and Dana McGuire will be in attendance.
Waxing studio, brow bar open
Lindsey Brown, owner and licensed aesthetician, announces her business, Cerology Waxing Studio and Brow Bar, 2929 N. Main Ave., Suite B3, in the Durango Salons and Suites.
The business is open from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and every other Tuesday and Saturday. Brown specializes in full-body waxing for women. Cerology is Durangos first and only salon that is 100 percent dedicated to waxing needs.
For more information, call 259-3808.