McCallie Integrated Wellness Announces Opening Of New Chattanooga Wellness Center

Wednesday, January 20, 2021

McCallie Integrated Wellness has opened it’s doors to Chattanooga and surrounding areas, offering a variety of alternative health options for overall health at their new location, 852 McCallie Ave. in Chattanooga.. 

"We are a collective group of female owned business’ that focus on holistic care," officials said. "Our mindset is to get to the core of your health issues and work towards more preventative wellness. We pride ourselves in providing a positive and comfortable atmosphere for all those who seek our services.  

"'I love what you are offering,' a statement made by local entrepreneurs, is something we have heard often since opening our doors. Our space offers a variety of services to the community."

The business offers house acupuncture, bodywork and abdominal massage, women’s holistic nutritionist, pelvic floor physical therapy, doula services and midwifery services.

To view their space, sign up for their newsletter and meet the providers, visit their website at www.mccallieintegratedwellness.com.



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