The cold-press juice is not just juice, but also a mix of herbs and adaptogens. In the wellness center part of Sonder, there are a variety of integrated health practitioners (who are independent businesses from Sonder but lease the space through the Olsens). There are massage therapists, a chiropractor, an integrative medical doctor, a naturopathic doctor, a lifestyle and wellness coach, a hypnotherapist, community acupuncture (every Thursday), yoga instructors as well as aromatherapy, meditation and other various workshops. Sonder is also home to two sensory deprivation floatation therapy tanks- one pod and one room, and a three-in-one infrared sauna. The sisters decided to go in business together after their mother told them about the benefits of floatation therapy. “We got into floatation therapy because our mom had breast cancer four years ago,” Jessika said. “She found floatation therapy really helped her through chemotherapy-physically and mentally.” Jessika said this society is creating unhealthy habits and in turn, sick people. She and Veronika hope Sonder normalizes the need for people to take a break and take care of themselves. “It is just work, work, work,” Jessika said.
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