Since 1989, The Healing Arts Centre has been offering massage and facials to the Eastern Sierra.
Pamela Reynolds started her business in 1989, “Skin Care by Pamela”, the first esthetician in Mammoth to provide skin care/facials.
In 1995 Pamela added massage to her menu of services and changed her business name to “Skin and Body Therapy”.
In 1999, with the invasion of Interwest Corp., Pamela was forced to move her business location and in doing so she changed her business name again to what is now “The Healing Arts Centre”.
In 2001 Pamela sold the business to her massage therapist Carrie Ognibene and moved to Kauai, HI.
In 2001, the new proprietor of Healing Arts Centre, Carrie Ognibene, added Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine to its menu of services.
In 2002 the center expanded and added two more treatment rooms to facilitate the increase in business and services being offered.
In 2003 the center added Anusara therapeutic yoga/massage and the Rolf Method of Structural Integration.
In 2005 Healing Arts added Chiropractic work to its integrative health center.
In 2006 Healing Arts Centre expanded again by renovating 850 sq. feet into the Healing Arts Movement Studio. The Movement Studio offers Yoga, Pilates, Dance, Trapeze, Martial Arts and Workshops.
In 2015 Healing Arts Movement Studio closed its doors on September 30th after 9 years of offering movement in all art forms to the Eastern Sierra.
In 2015 Sierra Spine & Wellness joined HAC's Holistic & integrative health center. Dr. Amy Vevoda and Dr. Jenny Liebersbach providing progressive and holistic approach to chiropractic services.
In 2016 Cary Clark, MS, L.Ac, licensed acupuncturist and (NAET) certified joined HAC's holistic & integrative health center.