Entrepreneur celebrates business milestone

Patricia Nizalowski is celebrating her second year in business in Grand Junction as owner and massage therapist at Green Valley Herbal Day Spa & Boutique.

Located at 1001 N. Fifth St., Suite C, Green Valley Herbal Day Spa & Boutique offers a variety of handcrafted, botanically based bath and body care products as well as herbal salves and tea blends.

Green Valley Herbal products can shipped directly to customers or are available for curbside pickup. A massage therapy studio is open for sessions by appointment.

Green Valley Herbal Day Spa & Boutique has received recognition under a variance protection program in Mesa County in which participating businesses follow public health guidelines and practices in response to the coronavirus pandemic.

Nizalowski brings to her business more than 30 years of experience as a massage therapist and uses her own products, including massage oils, balms and lotions.

Green Valley Herbal traces its origin back to Cedaredge in 1998 and two grandmothers who decided to share their love of handcrafting botanically based body and baby care products as well as herbal tea blends.

Nizalowski purchased the businesses after using Green Valley Herbal products in her practice for more than 20 years.

She combined her massage therapy practice and Green Valley Herbal to create Green Valley Herbal Day Spa & Boutique and moved the business to Grand Junction in November 2018.

While the business hasn’t hosted any open houses since March because of the pandemic, the Green Valley Herbal website has been revamped, as has product packaging and labeling.

For more information, call 589-9934 or visit the website at https://greenvalleyherbal.com.