Updated: Jul 27, 2020
We’ve been profiling all sorts of businesses this week and celebrating their innovation to serve their customers.
Through this program, people have reached out to tell us about even more businesses doing great work!
Give Parkside Spa a follow if you’d like to add lovely, grounding self-care tips to your feed. You can also check out their website to find products with curbside pick-up and to stock up on those gift cards for services we’ll all need when the world starts spinning again.
Andrea Picket, the pelvic health physiotherapist wonder-worker, is offering telehealth visits for new and existing clients (both male and female) who continue to suffer with their pelvic health dysfunctions, need prenatal advice or essential postpartum care. With Pam Cupak, they have made private videos for their postpartum and women’s core + floor programming. Talk about an essential service!
Would you like to update that old, tired furniture? Maybe add a little pizzazz to the mantle? Et. Cetera home is continuing their custom paint projects in safe, physically distant ways. They have also launched a gorgeous website in record speed to offer their home decor and accessories.
Heavens knows you are washing your hands more than a kindergarten teacher. So why not make it a lovely, luxurious, locally-made experience? Garden Path Soap has gone online, offering porch pick-up.
We’ve been staring at our family portraits wishing we could update them. CrazyMe Photography contacted us to let us know that now we can! She’s now offering outdoor sessions, complete with a 2 meter zone taped out, so your photos can be safe and amazing.
Some of the businesses in this round-up came from our post asking small biz owners if they’d like to be mentioned. If you’d like to be featured, comment below or DM us!