GREENVILLE — Seeking a new path to health and wellness may get a little easier for Darke County residents with the grand opening of The Natural Path’s second Greenville location.
Last Friday, on a warm, sunny June evening, friends, family and well-wishers gathered at the new 402 S. Broadway location to witness Sarah Royer, owner of The Natural Path, cut the ceremonial ribbon to open the new store.
Royer, who holds an ND, is also a Master Herbalist and Reflexologist, and has been dedicated to helping the community find new paths to health, wellness and well-being for over 24 years. She decided to open The Natural Path’s new second location to give clients and residents an opportunity to come in, browse and purchase the many products available, ask questions, and enjoy the experience of taking time for themselves.
“I want to be able to serve the community in the most convenient and helpful way possible, by not only supplying healing and herbal supplements and natural products, but bringing local vendors together to create a space of unity,” said Royer.
Customers will find the first floor warm, bright and inviting, with product displays and information to explore the many vitamins, minerals, oils, and other supplements available for purchase. Friendly and helpful, store manager Selina Miller and staff member Brittany Midlam are on-hand to answer questions and offer suggestions.
Some of the product lines represented in the store are Cell Power, Women’s Sense, Nutrigold, Superior Source, Inesscents Salvation, and SuperSilica. Clients can also gain information on the many spa therapies and services offered at The Natural Path’s Third Street location. In addition to Royer’s expertise in infrared light therapy, iridology, and reflexology, the spa offers chiropractic care under Dr. Daniel Edwards and Healing Touch massage therapy with Denise Keller, and others. Facials, manicures, pedicures, and hair services for all ages are also available by appointment.
The Natural Path’s second floor features local vendors from around Darke County who wish to share their products and promote health, healing and well-being throughout the community.
Pamela Graves, of Unbelievable Skin Care, has created skin care products since 2011, made from the highest quality ingredients, such as therapeutic grade essential oils and certified organic (when possible). She has most recently endeavored, in October 2020, to offer “re-imagined” women’s clothing, with the help of her associate, Misty White. A portion of each purchase is donated to fight human trafficking; this year, Graves efforts will benefit Oasis House in Dayton.
In addition, Connie McCabe, owner of ReTreasured, has shared her talents to provide The Natural Path’s lovely repurposed and refurbished furniture on display for sale throughout both the first and second levels of the store.
“I am so very thankful for to the community for their support for both of The Natural Path locations!” said Royer.
Want to learn more about The Natural Path? Just call 937-459-5392 or visit online at www.thenaturalpathherbals.com. Better yet, stop by either Greenville location: 402 S. Broadway (Retail) and 324 East Third Street. (Spa Services).
Carol Marsh covers community interest stories and handles obituaries for Darke County Media. She can be contacted by email at email@example.com or by phone at 937-569-4314.