St. John Tradewinds News

Dr. May Trieu Brings Healing Arts Together Under One Roof on St. John

 

The old Marina Market building in Cruz Bay, above, is being transformed into a home for Healing Arts.

Acupuncturist Dr. May Trieu will host an open house on March 9.

After months of refurbishing, The Healing Arts Complex will be hosting an open house on Sunday, March 9, from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. for patients, friends and families.

“Everybody on St. John is most welcome,” said Acupuncturist Dr. May Trieu OMD, Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine.

Dr. Trieu, who has served St. John and St. Thomas patients for years, is inviting the public to visit the expansion of her healing arts practice on St. John in the former Marina Market building on South Shore Road in Enighed

“It is for whoever believes in a holistic approach to healing,” Dr. Trieu told Tradewinds. “I’m inviting and encouraging everyone who believes in healing to join us.”

Chiropractor Elizabeth Masiello, who currently has an office at the Lumberyard, will be at the Healing Arts building twice a week, according to Dr. Trieu. The Healing Arts Complex will also will feature Psychologists Dr. Laurie Thompson and Dr. Jennifer Richard and Massage Therapist Sheri Theberge.

Contractor Robert W. Hoskinson II, a familiar sight over the past several months in his bright white cowboy hat at the South Shore Road medical center, is putting the finishing touches on the project.