Aruma is a place for health and happiness.

In its simplest form, the word Aruma originates from the Australian Indigenous people and translates to “happy.”

Owners,  Haley Bowes, Shannon Loizou, and Samantha Anstey created Aruma with good health and happiness in mind. Their passion for friends, family, and the good life led them to work collaboratively at offering a place where everyone can connect to their joy, to their health, to themselves, and to others. Located on 13 acres along the banks of the Clyde River, Aruma is a place where you can slow down and reconnect.

We recognize that every individual reaches health and happiness in their own unique way, which is why we offer such an expansive range of services. Aruma places an emphasis on a healthy mind, body, and spirit, through our holistic services, Sunday self-care workshops, and full yoga schedule.  The perfect place to begin or continue on your journey towards greater health and self-discovery.

We recognize that every individual reaches health and happiness in their own unique way, which is why we offer such an expansive range of services.

Aruma places an emphasis on a healthy mind, body, and spirit, through our holistic services, Sunday self-care workshops, and full yoga schedule.  The perfect place to begin or continue on your journey towards greater health and self-discovery.

Aruma is home to the annual “Roots on the Clyde” music festival the third weekend of August.  Always a great line up of musicians, tasty food and drink, and camping to top it off!  Let music and community fill your heart.

At Aruma, we recognize that our children truly are the next generation, and work hard to provide March break and summer camps that unleash the potential in each child, teaching them to reconnect back to nature and ultimately themselves.

Stay tuned as we release news about our upcoming retreats and farmer’s & artisan market coming in the Spring of 2018!

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