Paradise Landing Celebrates Opening of New Wellness Center
A new wellness center is now open for business in the Paradise Landing upscale community surrounding Hurricane Hole Superyacht Marina.
Located in Sterling Commons, Anachronist Wellness joins a growing slate of select vendors offering upscale services and experiences that make Paradise Landing and all of Paradise Island a better place to live, work, and stay.
The Paradise Island wellness center offers a unique mix of sports therapies, rehab treatments, and wellness services, including Active Release Techniques and soft tissue injury therapy — making it the first institution to do so in The Bahamas and the Caribbean.
The company’s mission is to enhance the lives of all individuals efficiently and ethically through innovative, safe, and non-invasive wellness treatments, raising the bar for medical tourism services in the region.
While Anachronist Wellness will offer help for sports injuries and performance improvements, the work of Thompson and Anachronist’s co-founder, licensed clinical aesthetician Lakera Thompson, RPT, goes far beyond these areas, including treatments focusing on various injuries and conditions, lifestyle and work activities, injury care, women’s and men’s health issues, pain care, movement disorders, wellness, IV nutritional hydration therapy, and anti-aging skincare.
Locals got a sneak peek of Anachronist Wellness’s work in early April during the CARIFTA Games in Nassau, when co-founder and therapist Edwardo Thompson, NMT, ART, hosted a free hamstring injury prevention clinic for coaches and athletes. During the clinics, the therapist of 23 years who specializes in sports performance, soft tissue injuries, rehabilitative therapy, and injury prevention discussed how to prevent hamstring injuries and recover if this injury happens.
The team at Hurricane Hole Superyacht Marina and Paradise Landing is proud to celebrate the opening of Anachronist Wellness.
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