Business Briefs - November 8, 2018
DR. LAUREN FOWLER JOINS DI DENTISTRY
Dr. Lauren Fowler has joined Daniel Island Dentistry. Dr. Fowler received her professional education and training from leading institutions throughout the southeast. She graduated with a bachelor’s degree in psychology from the University of Virginia and earned her doctor of dentistry degree from the Medical College of Virginia, where she graduated at the top of her class. Dr. Fowler went on to complete her residency training in advanced education in general dentistry at the Medical University of South Carolina, serving as chief resident.
According to Daniel Island Dentistry, Dr. Fowler “has a passion for delivering excellent quality care and for helping patients achieve and maintain a healthy and confident smile. She enjoys building relationships with patients of all ages and has a particular interest in the cosmetic component of dentistry.”
Dr. Fowler and her husband, Jason, a South Carolina native, reside in Mount Pleasant with their dogs Birdie, a Springer Spaniel, and Scout, a Boykin Spaniel rescue. In her free time, Dr. Fowler enjoys boating, taking in sunsets on the beach with her dogs, and cheering on the Clemson Tigers and Virginia Cavaliers.
HEALING ARTS CENTER WELCOMES MIWA ROBBINS
The Healing Arts Center recently welcomed Miwa Robbins, owner of Flow State Healing, to its facility. According to a press release, the center “continues to grow and provide valuable holistic health services to Daniel Island and Greater Charleston area residents.”
Robbins offers integrative bodywork and coaching services, using Thai Yoga Bodywork as her foundation to help clients find balance in their bodies, minds and spirits. Thai Bodywork is a form of clothes-on massage that is done on a mat on the floor and uses pressure points and meridian lines as well as movement to help clients find ease in their bodies.
“Some people call it the lazy person’s yoga,” stated the release. “But although flexibility and mobility often increases with Thai bodywork, it is doing much more than just stretching. By using an ancient and complex system of energy lines and acupressure points from the Ayurvedic tradition, Thai bodywork is also very much working on the energetic level, helping to clear energy blockages in the mind, body, and spirit level.”
The Healing Arts Center, located at 480 Jessen Lane, will also be offering an event, “Exploring The Healing Arts,” on Monday, Dec. 3, from 6:30 to 9 p.m., where Robbins and other practitioners will be sharing more about their services.
CHARLESTON AREA SMALL BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT CENTER OPENS OFFICE IN THE BERKELEY COUNTY CHAMBER BUILDING
The Charleston Area Small Business Development Center (SBDC) is expanding its footprint to Berkeley County. The new SBDC office will be located in the Berkeley County Chamber of Commerce building in Moncks Corner. In a strategic alliance with the Berkeley County Chamber of Commerce, the SBDC has consultants who provide free, one-on-one, confidential consultations to entrepreneurs who want to start a business or expand an existing business.
Beginning November 6, the SBDC office will be open on Tuesdays from 9:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Consultations are free and by-appointment only with an SBDC Consultant. The SBDC staff members, who work in the Berkeley Chamber office, consult with business owners on a variety of topics such as business plans, marketing, sales growth strategies and fiscal management. The Charleston Area SBDC is one of 21 centers in South Carolina.
“At the Charleston Area Small Business Development Center we enjoy seeing small businesses grow in the Lowcountry,” said Tom Lauria, Business Consultant with the Charleston Area SBDC. “Our talented team of business consultants and specialists provides the expertise entrepreneurs need to transform a concept into a flourishing business employing staff; earning revenues and serving customers.”
For more information, visit www.charlestonsbdc.com.