Business Briefs

Autoworks opens

Autoworks of North Bend, an automotive repair business,

recently opened near Pop's Country Store and North Bend

Gravel at 43306 S.E. North Bend Way. Owners Denny Dennis, of

Black Diamond, and his brother Don Dennis, of North Bend, have

been part-owners of a similiar type of business in Issaquah for the

past 18 years.

Hours are from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mondays through Fridays, and

9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturdays. The phone number is (425) 888-4522.

Natural health clinic opens

A recent addition to the Valley's medical community

is the Sno-Valley Natural Health Clinic, which is owned and

operated by Dr. Rashmi Pace.

Pace is a naturopathic physician and honors graduate of

Bastyr University, a leading school of naturopathic medicine.

Previously, she successfully ran three nutrition and

weight-management clinics in the Puget Sound area for several years. She

has given health seminars to private business employees, hospital

staff and patients, students, as well as conducting extensive

one-on-one counseling in disease prevention and maintaining a

healthy lifestyle.

At her clinic, which is located in the Davis Chiropractic

Clinic, 1615 Bendigo Blvd. N., North Bend, Pace specializes in

botanical medicine, homeopathy, state-of-the-art nutritional

therapeutics and hands-on therapy techniques that relieve pain, stress and

many chronic conditions, while at the same time boosting the

immune system and increasing energy.

Pace said she believes in the body's innate ability to heal

itself, and her practice philosophy centers around stimulating

the body's vital force to achieve an optimal cure, rather than

using other measures to mask the symptoms of disease. She treats

most acute and chronic conditions, and the treatments are tailored to

each person.

In addition, Pace said her approach to testing focuses on

early recognition of functional changes, which often are not

discovered by routine laboratory tests, and she tries to prevent

or stop chronic disease through evidence based on therapies that

integrate the best of biomedical, psychosocial and

environmental sciences, along with energetic and Ayurvedic medicine.

For more information, or to arrange a free consultation,

call (425) 888-2520.

Safari's becomes Sahara's

A Valley pizza favorite, Safari's Pizza, has a new name

and location.

The restaurant is now called Sahara's Pizza, and a few

months ago the business moved into the bowling alley in

Snoqualmie, now called Adventure Bowling Center, at 7940 Railroad Ave. S.E..

Sahara's offers traditional and gourmet pizza which

customers may now eat at the restaurant, take home or have delivered.

To reach Sahara's Pizza, call (425) 888-6060.

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