Renovations are underway in the former Half Day Café space, where Wyoming resident Lindsey Bonadonna is opening Nourish @ be., a neighborhood market featuring nutrient-dense, healthy food options. Nourish is part of a multi-faceted business model, be., which encompasses the first two floors of the property and focuses on making health and wellness more approachable.

While Nourish @ be. is slated to open this summer, the second level already provides several opportunities for mindfulness and self-care, from yoga and meditation to life coaching.

“be. is a whole-building experience that encourages people to slow down, get curious, and nourish their whole selves,” says Bonadonna. “We’ll offer thoughtfully curated, nutrient-dense, and delicious foods, as well as feel-good experiences made easy and crafted to take the second-guessing out of self-care.”

Nourish @ be. will provide made-to-order smoothies and smoothie bowls, ready-to-eat and ready-to-heat meals, and a curated retail experience with locally sourced pantry staples and snacks. Living, alkaline, antioxidant water will always be complimentary.

Bonadonna has enlisted Wyoming resident and chef Katie Rodgers, who hosts a popular Soup of the Week Club, to take on the role of Culinary Creative Director. “Together, we are working on recipes and finding other as-local-as-possible purveyors who are growing and creating good-for-you foods that actually taste good,” Bonadonna says.

The upper floor, affectionately called “Breathe @ be.,” is already home to Kindred Flow Yoga, a studio owned by Wyoming resident Kara Garrod that hosts a talented group of yoga teachers who support students of any ability or experience level. Also sharing the space are Bonadonna’s life + health coaching business, Kale and Cake; Michele Luck, an intuitive empath who offers cognitive coaching, crystal bowl healing, and tarot reading; Hannah Chapman, a heart-centered money coach and advisor; Lauren Albarella, yoga therapist; and L’Atelier | kp creative.

“The vision is to continue sharing this space with other healers, helpers, coaches, creatives, and wellness practitioners to allow for easier access to, and deeper support for, individuals who are looking to elevate their health and wellness in a way that feels most meaningful to them,” Bonadonna says.

Local architect Sara Aschliman and contractor Jeff Meyung are working on the renovations for Nourish. The duo recently completed the renovations at nearby businesses Wyoming Community Coffee and The Work + Shop, both owned by Aschliman. Bonadonna is envisioning plans for the third floor in a few years, and she’s looking forward to seeing the space evolve into the future.

“We’re so grateful to be co-creating this experience with our community,” she says. “We hope this space will serve as an uplifting and amplifying reminder that it’s OK to just be.”

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