Namaste announces new location and hire
Namaste Health Center announces its new location at 1800 East Third Ave.
The business is owned by Dr. Nasha Winters who is a naturopathic doctor, licensed acupuncturist and a diplomat of oriental medicine. The alternative health-care center offers two naturopathic doctors, two acupuncturists, one wholistic kinesiologist, IV therapy, cooking classes and a lecture series.
The new space includes a commercial gluten-free kitchen, where Jess Kelley with Durango Nutrition will be working. The kitchen will also be home to Intolerant Italian/Wildflower Bakery.
The business also announces the addition of Julia Fisher, practitioner of oriental medicine and acupuncturists.
Insurance agency announces new hire
Leavitt Group Four Corners Insurance Agency announces the hiring of Nancy Dombrowski as a licensed insurance agent specializing in commercial accounts.
Dombrowski has more than 30 years of experience in commercial property, general liability, business auto, flood and workers compensation insurance. Dombrowski most recently worked with Wells Fargo Insurance Services, where she spent 11 years focusing on sales and services to businesses, school districts, towns and counties.
Dombrowski holds several designations including: Certified Insurance Counselor, Certified Insurance Service Representative and Certified Professional Insurance Woman. She currently serves on the board of the Four Corners Insurance Association and is past president of that organization. She is a member of the National Association of Insurance Women.
For more information, call 375-3170 or 247-2043.
Class on LinkedIn profiles to be held
DurangoSpace will hold a class on optimizing LinkedIn profiles at 4 p.m. today at 1221 Main Ave.
There will be refreshments and social networking.
To RSVP, email email@example.com or call 828-1340.
Mental-health agency announces hire
Drs. Mark Braunstein and Eric Powell of Four Corners Mental Health announce the addition of Matthew Powell, a licensed clinical social worker.
Powell graduated from Colorado State University and has extended experience in psychotherapy for young children, adults and families. He specializes in marriage and family therapy, as well as children birth through 5 years with special needs.
For more information, call 382-6690.
Mumbling Marmot announces new hire
Kathy Heady has joined Mumbling Marmot Tutoring as an academic coach specializing in reading for all ages, math through fourth grade, cognitive skills and homework support.
Heady has a degree in elementary and early-childhood education, and has taught in grades three to sixth in the 9-R Shared School Program, and has been a substitute teacher and aide at Columbine Christian School.
The business provides private tutoring services in reading, writing and math kindergarten to college; test preparation; cognitive training and more.
For more information, call owner Yvonna Graham at 382-9128 or visit www.mumblingmarmot.com.
Pine River Valley Bank announces promotion
Pine River Valley Bank announces the promotion of Katie M. Middleton to vice president and compliance officer.
Middleton began with the bank when its Durango branch opened in 2003. She recently graduated from the Independent Community Bankers of America Compliance Institute as a Certified Community Bank Compliance Officer. Middleton is past president of Pine River Valley Centennial Rotary, steering committee chairwoman for Southwest Colorado Destination Imagination, and national scholarship chairwoman and area trustee for the National Association of Home Builders Professional Women in Building Council.
For more information, visit www.prvb.com or call 884-9583.