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Looking For A Name For New Holistic Wellness Bus
8/23/2013 at 8:52 PM ET
I am looking for a name for my holistic wellness business. I offer different energy healing services, aromatherapy, reiki, reflexology, crystal/sound and angel healing. Workshops/classes on meditation, use of crystals, yoga, law of attraction. Products such as candles, oils, crystals, jewelry. It is a place to receive treatment to create balance in the mind, body and soul. TLC for the soul. Helping clients obtain inner peace within to be able to live a happier healthier life.
8/23/2013 at 9:20 PM
What about "TLC for the Soul"?
8/23/2013 at 9:24 PM
Why not "TLC For The Soul" -or- "Inner Peace Wellness"?
8/23/2013 at 9:34 PM
I have tried both of those names. They are taken on facebook and webpage.
That is what I am running into. The names that I like are already taken and being used.
Thank you though. I do like both of those names but am unable to use them.
I would like to be able to use the name of my business as a .com and a page on facebook and twitter.
8/23/2013 at 9:42 PM
Both available as dot com names ..
8/24/2013 at 5:51 AM
Inner Peace Inner Balance - [it's a bit long winded though]
Your Inner Space
Inner Peace = Happiness
Now one of the most important things with a service of your kind is how you engage with your clients. What are they telling you about the way you use these well established techniques - the sort of recommendation or review that goes a little deeper than "wow, he's fantastic and I feel wonderful again"
More along the lines of "I've never met a guy who could heal the things I didn't even know I had" - because as a consultant, I get that sort of comment "You answer questions before you've been asked them!"
Put better, it's what sets you apart, makes you distinct in a crowd of grey suits. The other point is that using a skill you possess that few others do means that they won't come close - and if they try to copy you, their customers will find out very quickly that they can't.
Furthermore, since you're a practitioner - and Facebook/Twitter are fantastic for this - you could add your own name to the mix. Not only does it personalize everything, it's the person they'll meet too. If you can fill in these gaps, I guarantee to come up with some good names that are both engaging and available on the net.
8/24/2013 at 9:24 AM
Thank you for all the suggestions and for the advice. It has been all very helpful.
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