Brought to you by Linda Baker, RoseSprings Center for the Healing Arts – HEALING INSIDER –
For the past 11 years, Linda Baker, owner of RoseSprings Center for the Healing Arts, has focused on offering physical and spiritual health care where people can awaken to their soul nature. The unique business—located at 5215 N.E Elam Young Parkway, Suite A, in Hillsboro—exists to provide guidance and encouragement in a safe community for likeminded people to gather, grow, and learn from each other and heal.“We are a spiritual healing center, and we want to see our client’s thrive on all levels of being,” Baker explained. Baker and her team of three “intuitive, open-hearted and creative women” manage practitioners who provide various levels of holistic care, primarily men and women between the ages of 30 and 65.
“My job is to provide a healing space for alternative doctors, massage therapists, counselors/ coaches, energy healers and movement classes,” Baker said.
“Chiropractic, massage and energy healing are critical modalities for moving energy through the body based on quantum physics and scientific studies.”
With a bachelor of arts in music education from Pacific University and a 20-year history as a minister with United Methodist Church, Baker is well qualified in her chosen field.
She also leads a monthly Sacred Drum Circle, Reiki Circle and facilitates various weekly self-empowering programs.
RoseSprings Center fills a unique role in the Hillsboro community, and Baker said the key purpose is to create greater fulfillment in peoples’ lives.
“We want to help people move from a traditional spirituality of dogma and programing into finding their own inner, sovereign divine potential,” Baker said.
RoseSprings Center for the Healing Arts
5215 N.E. Elam Young Parkway
Hillsboro, OR 97124