Tri-county area businesses celebrate openings/anniversary

The TriCounty Area Chamber of Commerce recently hosted ribbon cutting ceremonies for several new area businesses and one that was celebrating an anniversary.

New Path Vision, 1100 Heritage Dr., Lower Pottsgrove, marked its one-year anniversary Wednesday, Nov. 9 with ribbon cutting by owner and partners John Shaw and Michelle Cereo.

New Path Vision offers a wide selection of eyewear, and uses advanced technology to better diagnose and treat its patients, according to a press release. New Path Vision also offers non-eye dilation and dry-eye treatments.

The Second Nest, 343 East High Street in Pottstown, marked its grand opening on Friday, Nov. 4.

The Second Nest, 343 East High Street in Pottstown, marked its grand opening on Nov. 4. (SUBMITTED PHOTO)

The Second Nest is a holistic healing center with massage therapists, estheticians, nurse practitioners, reiki masters, and more, according to a press release. The business offers classes in yoga and meditation, various forms of massage, myofascial release, Ku-hp treatments, wellness, aromatherapy, and reflexology services, as well as memberships toward monthly services.

The business is owned by Annie Anderson, licensed massage therapist and holistic practitioner, who also owned Birds of a Feather Holistic Wellness Studio.

My Water Bar, a state-of-the-art oxygen bar at 2325 Pottstown Pike in South Coventry, held its grand opening on Tuesday, Oct. 25.

My Water Bar, a state-of-the-art oxygen bar at 2325 Pottstown Pike in South Coventry, held its grand opening on Oct. 25. (SUBMITTED PHOTO)My Water Bar, a state-of-the-art oxygen bar at 2325 Pottstown Pike in South Coventry, held its grand opening on Oct. 25. (SUBMITTED PHOTO)

The woman-owned small business is owned and operated by hydration specialist Laura Fleming, and offers water with supplementary oxygen, to provide the “body a boost of oxygen to increase your energy levels, reduce headaches and migraines, improve physical performance, reduce stress, and improve skin conditions, your mood and concentration,” according to a press release.

My Water Bar also sells a home device to improve water’s condition to create “Kangen Water” — electrolyzed reduced water that hydrates the body, the release states. The new store is an offspring of Kangen Reading Water Store in West Reading.

Phoenix Physical Therapy hosted a ribbon cutting Oct. 19 for its new location, 1277 N. Charlotte St., Upper Pottsgrove. (SUBMITTED PHOTO)Phoenix Physical Therapy hosted a ribbon cutting Oct. 19 for its new location, 1277 N. Charlotte St., Upper Pottsgrove. (SUBMITTED PHOTO)

Phoenix Physical Therapy marked the grand opening of its newest location, 1277 N. Charlotte Street in Upper Pottsgrove with a ribbon-cutting on Wednesday, Oct. 19.

Phoenix Physical Therapy combines patient education, personalized care, and treatment plans to help patients reach their wellness goals. Robert White, PT, DPT; and Jenna Senholzi, PT, DPT are part of the Phoenix team.

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