Art, aesthetics and golf: 7 business updates around The Woodlands area

Ethos Wellness is now offering telehealth services for The Woodlands area ahead of the launch of its new local office. (Courtesy Ethos Wellness)
Ethos Wellness is now offering telehealth services for The Woodlands area ahead of the launch of its new local office. (Courtesy Ethos Wellness)

Ethos Wellness is now offering telehealth services for The Woodlands area ahead of the launch of its new local office. (Courtesy Ethos Wellness)

Now open


1. Ethos Behavioral Health Group announced Feb. 9 that it had expanded its telehealth therapy services to The Woodlands area with the local launch of Ethos Wellness. While the opening of a new office in The Woodlands has been delayed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Ethos Wellness is focusing on virtual therapy sessions with Greater Houston-area clinicians for individuals, groups and families.

“Our team is very passionate about helping people reach and exceed their wellness goals,” Tad Bodeman, director of Ethos Wellness-The Woodlands, said in a statement. “We’re honored for the opportunity to form relationships and help guide clients in The Woodlands area.”

Virtual appointments covering topics such as anxiety and mood disorders, coping skills and self-care are now available with in-network, out-of-network and self-pay options. 832-787-0282. www.ethoswellness.com/woodlands

2. SignatureCare Emergency Center opened a new freestanding emergency room in northern Spring late last year. The clinic and emergency center at 621 Rayford Road, Spring, launched in late December and now offers treatment for children's and adults' medical emergencies as well as walk-in doctors visits. Most insurance is accepted, according to SignatureCare. 281-973-0122. www.ercare24.com

3. The office of Dr. Summer Rose MD Aesthetics opened Jan. 12 in Creekside Park. Located within Reserve Salon & Spa at 26400 Kuykendahl Road, Ste. 12, The Woodlands, the cosmetics office offers services including Botox, facial fillers, microneedling and hair restoration by appointment. 281-724-2322. www.drsummerrose.com

New ownership


4. The family-owned, Austin-based Cordovan Art School announced its expansion into the Houston market Feb. 1 through a new partnership with The Young Artist Art Studio of The Woodlands. The studio, located at 8000 McBeth Way, Ste. 130, The Woodlands, will continue to work with local community organizations and offer programming including art and pottery classes and workshops for students of all ages under Cordovan's ownership. Seasonal camps and special events are also offered. 281-645-6580. www.cordovanartschool.com

Renovations


5. Following the arrival of new owners Lawnie and Lucy Shults last September, indoor golf center and sports bar Swing Zone Golf has gone through a series of upgrades to its menu and equipment. According to the new owners, the golf facility at 24036 Kuykendahl Road, Ste. 100, Tomball, recently added new laser projection systems to its golf bays; replaced all fairway, rough and sand surface mats; purchased new loaner clubs and televisions; and renovated its kitchen to allow for an expanded menu. Swing Zone also plans to offer golfing lessons in the future alongside its party and event offerings, and it will be starting a golf league in March. 346-808-7959. www.swingzonegolf.com

Anniversaries


6. The musical tutoring business Lessons on the Go marked its 10th anniversary in The Woodlands area Feb. 28. Lessons on the Go connects local students and teachers for regular in-home music lessons covering a range of instruments. Classes are open for those age 6 and above, with piano lessons beginning at age 4. 281-401-9580. www.lessonsonthego.com


7. Full-service salon Studio 212 celebrated its first anniversary in The Woodlands in December. Studio 212's offerings for men and women include nail and hair care services, full-body waxing for both individual customers and private events from its space at 25329 Budde Road, Ste. 1201, The Woodlands. 346-334-2275. www.studio212inc.com
By Ben Thompson
Ben joined Community Impact Newspaper in 2019 as a reporter for The Woodlands area and began working as Austin's City Hall reporter in April 2021.


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