Karen Schatz Croll has joined the Holistic Wellness & Detox Center in Bluffton as an integrative health coach.
Croll moved to Bluffton last fall from Southern Maryland. Her focus as a health coach is to help people suffering from chronic inflammatory issues resulting from a poor diet, sedentary and unbalanced lifestyle and then support them as they exchange poor habits for healthier habits leading to a more vibrant, energetic life.
Additionally, she is a Juice Plus partner offering a variety of products that inspire healthy living through whole food-based nutrition.
Croll has partnered with Hollie Udvornocky, Functional Nutritionist, to offer their combined services in a new program called Advanced Nutrition 360. For more information, visit wellnessgardencoach.com.
• The Don Ryan Center for Innovation will offer a free Zoom webinar May 12 to provide strategies, tips and ideas for launching and growing a family business, led by family members of one of the region’s most successful family businesses.
The webinar, “They ‘Aced It’ and You Can Too: Strategies for a Successful Family Business,” will be held from 8 to 9 a.m. The webinar will be led by Bob, Renee and Bobby Heuser, owners of Heuser Ace Hardware, a family-run business that has grown to two locations in Bluffton and Hardeeville. They will offer their insight into what it takes to launch a family business today and tips on how they have succeeded in making a family business thrive and grow.
To register and for more information, visit donryancenter.com.
• Christopher Odom has opened Barefoot Floorcare LLC in Bluffton.
With 23 years of experience, Odom and his company offer all types of commercial and residential floor care, for carpet, tile and rugs, in addition to upholstery, draperies and mattress cleaning services.
Hours of operation are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily. For more information, call 843-949-7258, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit barefootfloorcaresc.com.
• Boys & Girls Club of Bluffton will host a Job Fair May 20 via Zoom.
Job seekers ages 19 and up are invited from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., and ages 14 to 18 are welcome from 5 to 7 p.m. Registration is free.
Employers and vendors who wish to participate are requested to pay a $10 fee or make a gift card donation.
For more information and a link to participate, call 843-757-2845 or visit BGCBluffton.org/jobfair.
Elite Physical Therapy and Sports Performance has opened a second clinic, at 38 Sheridan Park Circle, Suite E in Bluffton.
Meghan Hall, DPT will manage the new location. She has been practicing in the community for the past 10 years. A graduate of Emory University, she is certified in dry needling and vestibular rehab.
The original location of the clinic is 4 Okatie Center Blvd. South, Suite 101 in Okatie.
For more information, call 843-757-5566 for the new clinic, or 843-705-9480 for the Okatie location, or visit elite-ptsp.com.