7 Black-owned wellness businesses that will have you feeling refreshed and renewed

Black-owned wellness businesses
The Color Box has everything you need to #treatyourself. (The Color Box / Instagram)

There’s been a lot of talk about personal wellness lately and how to holistically treat common issues. The real questions is: where do you even start? Luckily, The Magic City is full of Black-owned wellness businesses that believe in self-advancement and the art of treating yourself in both mind and body. Here are a few of our favorites.

1. Healing Waters Wellness Center | Downtown Birmingham

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Healing Waters Bham is the perfect place to renew yourself. (Healing Waters Bham / Instagram)

Healing Waters Wellness Center and Spa focuses on colon hydrotherapy, BioCleanse foot baths, Korean-style hip baths, Strawberry Laser Lipo and computerized BioFeedback. In case you’re unfamiliar with these treatments, they all point back to wellness and health in the body. Whether you’re looking to reduce inflammation, accelerate fat loss or remove toxins, Healing Waters will be able to help.

Be sure to check out their monthly specials if you’re curious about bundling treatments.

2. Tonya Griffin Coaching | Virtual

Black-owned wellness businesses
Tonya Griffin puts together customized programs for every client. (Tonya Griffin Life coaching / Website)

If you think you’d benefit from a life coach, check out Tonya Griffin. She is a Certified Life and Wellness Coach, Certified Holistic Career Coach, Womb Wellness Practitioner and Herbalist (in training). She’s battled the ups and downs of an autoimmune disease and is passionate about helping others that are going through similar struggles.

If you’re searching for the next steps in your life, need some direction or have yet to discover your passions, be sure to check out Tonya’s website today.

3. Williford Chiropractic and Wellness | Homewood

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Williford Chiropractic. (Williford Chiropractic / website)

If it’s alignment you’re after, head to Williford Chiropractic. Not only will Dr. Joel Williford help with neurological-based chiropractic care, but he can provide balance to your life through sleep wellness, nutrition, stress relief and personal injury care.

The unique thing about Williford Chiropractic is that they have video resources readily accessible on their website if you’d like to learn more about the practice. Head to their new patient form to get started today!

4. LifeTouch Massage, LLC | Downtown Birmingham

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LifeTouch Massage helps you get some much needed R&R. (Lifetouch Massage / Instagram)

Feeling some tension? Visit LifeTouch massage on 2nd Ave S to have your worries melt away. LifeTouch was founded by Lemar Storey, LMT in 2005 and was a mobile business—picking up and heading to private events, pop ups and more. After they settled into their location, Lemar was voted as President of the Alabama Board of Massage Therapy where he served until 2019. Basically, they know how to give a killer massage.

They have many different options of massages to choose from:

  • Swedish massages
  • Hot stone massages
  • Sports massages
  • Pregnancy massages
  • Cupping

5. Skin Wellness Dermatology | Homewood + Greystone

Black-owned wellness businesses
Dr. Corey Hartman consults with a patient at Skin Wellness. (Bham Now)

Taking care of yourself includes taking care of your skin. Luckily, Dr. Corey Hartman and the team at Skin Wellness are the professionals when it comes to your medical, aesthetic and cosmetic dermatology needs.

They also carry SkinCeuticals, Revision and their own skincare line to craft a custom routine just for you.

6. The Color Box Luxury and Wellness Suites | Homewood

Black-owned wellness businesses
Stop by The Color Box for wellness products that you can bring home. (The Color Box / Instagram)

No matter what your goal, The Color Box will help you look and feel your best. From body sculpting, teeth whitening, lash extensions and more, you’ll leave feeling like a whole new person.

Plus, pick a package to save you money on repeated treatments like contouring and teeth whitening.

7. Thrive Wellness | Woodlawn

Thrive Wellness Lounge
Get ready to thrive in this Woodlawn shop. (Thrive Wellness)

This new wellness shop has been all the rage in Woodlawn. Get ready to meet Thrive Wellness, focusing on CBD products and holistic healing.

Founded by Tish Fletcher, a $25,000 recipient in Prosper’s Magic City March contest, this shop exists to educate the public about the benefits of CBD and holistic medicines. After Fletcher’s life was changed by CBD, she became passionate about the cause and is excited to begin her business journey.

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Olivia Moses
Olivia Moses
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