Spring Hill, Florida (May 1, 2017) – Groundbreaking was recently held for the WellCome OM Integral Healing & Education Center held at 4242 Lake In the Woods Drive in Spring Hill. Call 352-606-2937 for information. WellCome OM Integral Healing & Education Center is spearheaded by Dr. Maria Scunziano-Singh. The mission statement of WellCome OM Integral Healing & Education Center states: “Our goal at the center is to embrace and educate our fellow humans individually and collectively in harmony for the attainment and sustenance of health, peace, and fulfillment in life.”
The center’s goal is to provide instruction and guidance on how to achieve successful outcomes in all aspects of living. This center is created to help all who come, especially young women and men (young in heart and mind), enhance their minds and bodies for all current and future endeavors.
The vision statement is as follows: WellCome OM is a “collective effort of conscious energies to awaken, educate, nurture and heal. Herein lies a combination of exceptional talent, wisdom and skill in order to make a positive difference where totality of health is the goal.”
The center will consist of three buildings nestled on six acres of land among beautiful gardens, pathways, and natural habitat to promote an Eco-friendly and sustainable environment. The buildings include an auratorium, yoga exercise studio with demonstration kitchen, and a wellness center. The entire property, including furniture will be eco-friendly and self sustainable. Plans even include reclaiming and recycling rainwater for irrigation.
Environmental features will include: flower and butterfly gardens to beautify and attract butterflies, bees, ladybugs, and birds. Organic vegetable and herb gardens, a greenhouse and aquaponics system for cultivation of fish and crop. Recycling and compost. Nature paths, areas of free play for children, areas for free expression, peaceful reflection and meditation.
“The center is a unique entity that blends the skills of several beautiful individuals from varied training and expertise on a quest to simultaneously practice their treasured life skills and celebrate -in collaboration- a journey to ultimate wellness in all its facets,” said Maria Scunziano-Singh MD. “Whether you seek the help of a medical doctor with naturopathic background, an acupuncturist, master herbalist, yoga instructor, cooking instructor, life coach, counselor, reiki or massage therapist, the WellCome OM Integral Healing & Education Center will be the source for you to receive such services, she added.
Future news releases will update media and the community on the center’s progress and further discuss benefits and community involvement.
Photo 1: Dr. Maria and members of the construction team break ground on WellCome Om Center.
Photo 2: Dr. Maria Scunziano-Singh and Dr. Pariksith Singh look on during the festivities.
About the Name WellCome OM
We chose the name of the center to express the essence of health that is attained using a holistic approach. As such, we work in harmony through the scope of universal, natural and evidence-based scientific knowledge together with mind, body, and spirit to allow for a complete experience in the quest for wellness.
You may note that there is an intentional addition of another “l” to the word welcome to reflect and emphasize our meaning. So, the “well” will “come” “om” (remembering home). Om, while not quite the word “home”, is a true spiritual home for many human beings. Om is a two-letter word that has four syllables to be chanted and is highly symbolic in many religions and cultures throughout the world. Om is derived from ancient Sanskrit language that essentially captures the feel and totality of life. The intonation or song of om with its four sounds of a-u-m-silence, is a combination of sounds that when produced will vibrate several areas of the body. A sounding of om done repeatedly allows for a meditative state that can change the way one feels in a very positive way. Please note that while we are expressing complete reverence for the symbolism of om, our center is open to non-biased spiritual expression with no expectations for the public to endorse the meaning or concept.