Support “Helios Warriors” In Asheville, NC

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Helios Warriors is an Asheville, NC non-profit  holistic healing practice that’s providing much-needed complimentary and alternative health services to veterans on a sliding fee scale. They provide therapies to ALL veterans, and specialize in treating Post-Traumatic Stress  (PTS), Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), and military sexual trauma.

Until it can receive outside funding, it’s being operated by an incredible team of volunteers, including the board of directors. Practitioners volunteer their time and skills providing services such as chiropractic, massage, Reiki, health coaching, emotion code therapy, Jin Shin Jyutsu (the “Grandmother of Acupuncture”), and healing touch. They are providing an incredibly needed service to veterans, the Asheville community, and the nation at large.

If you are a holistic health practitioner and would like to donate your time and skills (even just a couple of hours a month), or make a tax-deductible donation (any amount goes a long way), it will help Helios to continue on with their mission of providing this much-needed care for our veterans.

Helios Warriors is a grassroots organization founded in 2007 by Gayle Sovinee and Deborah Nixon-Karistinos of Asheville.

Helios is the Greek word for Sun, which provides warmth, light and life.  A Warrior is a person who shows courage and demonstrates bravery and self-sacrifice for others. Therefore, Helios Warriors provides affordable holistic healing therapies and support to veterans who have served and sacrificed for us all.

251D Haywood Street, Asheville, NC  28801 (between Montford Avenue and Patton Avenue)

Phone number:
(828) 299-0776


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