Chandler, AZ, January 29, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- A life enrichment center that recently opened in Chandler is offering a 20 percent discount through February on its services, including classes focusing on relationships and couples in celebration of Valentine’s Day.
The center, known as Life Sculpting, assists individuals and small- to mid-sized businesses with chiseling away what no longer works.
Owner and founder, Cathy Lawson, brings more than 20 years of corporate and industrial experience to the new firm. Formerly an industrial engineer who introduced and implemented complex business processes, Lawson is now a “change artist” who coaches others on how to effectively and efficiently implement the processes that make up their lives.
The center’s staff also includes: Judy Nichols-Evans, director of creative expression, a licensed counselor and registered Expressive Arts Therapist; wellness director, Dr. Laura Weeshoff, a naturopathic doctor with an undergraduate degree in chemistry and religion from Duke University; and Judy Abraham, director of Family Projects, who has a masters in speech and language pathology.
Located at 4960 S. Alma School Road, Ste. 21 (in the Ocotillo Center), Life Sculpting is open seven days a week, 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. on weekdays and 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday. For a list of classes, workshops and events on life planning, creative expression and wellness, visit: www.LifeSculpting.biz Or call 480-883-8160.