Source on High in Lexington KY offers many healing options

Source on High, Lexington KY, located in the Woodland Triangle downtown

Source on High, Lexington KY, located in the Woodland Triangle downt

If you are looking for a broad array of healing resources, look no further than Source on High in Lexington KY, located at 518 E. High St in theWoodland Triangle area.  Corinne LaReau’s dream of 20+ years is truly beginning to take shape these days, as she is preparing to add two Sensory Deprivation Tanks to the array of offerings already in place. Those offerings include three experienced massage therapicst offering a number of different modalities ranging from deep tissue to body rolling, an array of five different styles of Yoga classes (including Ashtanga, Vinyasa, Hot, Hatha and Restorative), classes in Pilates and Tai Chi, as well as meditation sessions.

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Corinne LaReau, owner and mastermind behind Source on High, Lexington KY, displays her choice of new tiled flooring being used in the two new Sensory Deprivation Tank rooms.

Although Source on High Wellness Co-op has only been open a little over a year, owner Corinne LaReau (also one of the massage therapists and yoga teachers), has continued aspirations to expand their offerings, and she is wasting no time!  Next on the list, she is realizing her vision of adding two Sensory Deprivation Tanks, a plan she discussed with her good friend and well-known Lexington businessman, the late Ed Lane. Corinne and Ed visited several other facilities in other cities before establishing a plan that made sense, and the renovations are now in progress, with expectations that the tanks will be ready to offer to the public sometime this November.

There are a number of different names for such tanks. According to Wikipedia, an isolation tank is a lightless, soundproof tank inside which subjects float in salt water at skin temperature. They were first used by John C. Lilly[1] in 1954 to test the effects of sensory deprivation. Such tanks are now also used for meditation and relaxation and in alternative medicine. The isolation tank was originally called the sensory deprivation tank. Other names for the isolation tank include flotation tank, float tank, John C. Lilly tank, REST tank, and sensory attenuation tank.  According to Corinne, each tank will take approximately 800 pounds of salt to create the needed floatation results! Are you ready to experience the void of nothingness? Contact Corinne to reserve your session!

Prajna Design and Construction, Inc. has been making all of the renovations in preparation for the sensory tanks, including drains for showers, water resistant finishes and ventilation. In addition to the sensory deprivation tanks, Phase III of Corinne’s future master plan includes adding a Watsu pool for water therapy. She also has a Farinfrared sauna in place (pictured behind her).

Prajna Construction owner David Wittmer (right) and fellow worker John assess the progress in one of the two sensory deprivation tank rooms at Source on High, Lexington KY.
Prajna Construction owner David Wittmer (right) and fellow worker John assess the progress in one of the two sensory deprivation tank rooms at Source on High, Lexington KY.

What else could possibly fit into this unique blend of offerings at Source on High in Lexington KY? Well, given that a large part of what is driving the success and receptivity of this endeavor is about people’s healing and finding various sources for inner peace, Corinne tries to fit like-minded presentation in where possible. Such is the case with this week’s special event…a Book Launch Party & Author Presentation being held from 5-7 pm, Friday October 16th. Author Z Newell (yes, one and the same Principal Broker for LexHomes Real Estate!) is celebrating the publication of his book entitled BRINK; Don’t Go Back to Sleep. This allegory, falling under the category of “Visionary Fiction” (fiction with a message), was inspired by Michael Singer’s NY Times bestseller The Untethered Soul: The Journey Beyond Yourself.  At 6 pm on Friday, the author (Z Newell) will give a presentation entitled “The Watcher and The Source”, based on his interpretation of Mr. Singer’s work.  “The Watcher”, says Newell, is yet another ‘tool in your toolbox’ for accessing inner peace and joy…in a way similar to some of the other modalities offered at Source on High in Lexington KY.  More info on his book and “The Watcher” can be found at Z’s Author/Inspirational Speaker website WhatMadeMeThink.com.

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BRINK: Don’t Go Back to Sleep by author Z Newell, Lexington KY is celebrating its launch this week at Source on High, Lexington KY

 

 

 

So come on down to Source on High in Lexington KY this Friday from 5-7 pm, meet some interesting people, take a look around at the offerings, have some refreshments and, perhaps, touch a bit of your own inner peace & joy!Book Launch postcard (back-Rev.)

Interested in living downtown, within walking distance of some of this great activity? There are a number of nearby neighborhoods within walking distances of Source on High in Lexington KY, including Woodland Park, Ashland Park, Chevy Chase, and Aylesford.  Or perhaps check out the greater downtown Lexington KY properties for sale, and contact us if you’d like to take a closer look!

If you’re buying or selling a home in Lexington Ky or moving to Lexington Ky, be sure to contact Ivan ‘Z’ Newell and the LexHomes Team for assistance with Lexington KY real estate. 'Z' and the LexHomes team members are 'Loving Lexington!" and loving to assist people in search of homes for sale, Kentucky horse farms or investment properties in Lexington, KY and surrounding areas. If you'd like more information on a real estate career with LexHomes Real Estate, we're always looking for more dedicated real estate agents! Just email us at info@lexhomes.com or call us at (859) LEX-HOME (539-4663) today!