Haji Healing Salon arises in response to the discord and violence plaguing communities and breathes new life into South Side Chicago. This vibrant space for transformation is activated by powerful instructors, therapists and healers, with the shared intention of inspiring and supporting people on a healing path.
Owner and wellness curator, Aya-Nikole Cook has guided HHS from humble beginnings as a fibroid support group in 2015, to pop-up wellness business in 2016 to thriving social wellness enterprise in 2018. Now occupying it’s first brick and mortar home at 746 E 79th Street, Haji Healing Salon supports communities in becoming radically healthy – one person at a time – by integrating Yoga/Meditation, Acupuncture, Asian Style Bodywork, Reiki and varied wellness practices, into a practical, healing lifestyle. Core offerings are extended to communities in need and made more accessible through pop-up programming and modified fee structures, made possible by a subsidization business model.
Haji Healing Salon is the first of its kind on the south side of Chicago. We are currently raising funds to buy cushions for the Haji’s weekly meditation sessions that Spiritual Activism will offer. Each cushion set costs approximately $100. Please consider donating a cushion set or donating some funds towards the purchase of a set.