Ashland Business Grapevine

Mountain Provisions Opens on the Plaza

March 2017

Mountain Provisions Opens  on the Plaza

After just a few days in Ashland you learn that our weather is as quirky, unpredictable —and delightful—as our residents.  A winter day that begins with the bone-chilling phenomenon of “freezing fog” can wind up with blue skies, sunshine and temperatures in the 60s. Summer can take you from sleeveless and shorts to “Where’s my jacket?” in no time.

Empowering Hypnotherapy with Alaya M. Ketani

March 2017

Empowering Hypnotherapy with Alaya M. Ketani

Do you need hope and inspiration with powerful skills for a lifetime taught from a compassionate expert with unique insight due to her own inspirational life story? Hypnotherapist Alaya M. Ketani, CHT, CPC, returned home to Ashland a year ago after two years in Boulder, Colorado, and has reestablished her private practice offering individual and group sessions in both her Ashland office in Hidden Springs Wellness Center, and The Boardroom in Grants Pass.

The Healing Art of Leslie Shanai Moyer

March 2017

The Healing Art of Leslie Shanai Moyer

Acupuncturist Leslie Shanai Moyer began her studies in the healing arts of China after receiving help from an acupuncturist for her own chronic health issue. She now offers the treatment to people throughout the Rogue Valley, helping them regain physical healing and emotional balance.

New Owners at Pro Nails & Waxing

March 2017

New Owners at Pro Nails & Waxing

Pro Nails & Waxing has a new ownership and new outlook. Michelle Diep, who has many years experience in the industry, moved down from Portland and bought the former Ashland Nails, located in the Ashland Shopping Center next to the Cinema.

The Best of Ashland 2017: Part 1

The Best of Ashland 2017: Part 1

Another year, another “Best of Ashland.” It was 27 years ago that we introduced this popular readers’ survey to Ashland, drawing off the success of the “Best of the Rogue Valley,” our sister publication in Grants Pass, which began in 1986. I had modeled the whole concept on a couple of free weekly newspapers in Denver, Colorado, and wondered if Southern Oregon would even care.

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