Peaceful Acres Lavender Farm Market Boutique
Peaceful Acres Lavender Farm is dedicated towards becoming a fully sustainable farm. The energy and effort put into everything we do to maintain a Peaceful environment is important to our well being. The farm offers guest the chance to un-wind enjoying their time with us.
Late winter early spring 2015 we will be opening a year round location for visitors to buy our products. Our unique Farm Market Boutique will stock all of our online handmade products along with many local crafts and unique imports. If you cannot make time to visit the farm the farm will come to you at many local events. You can find us twice a year at Yellow Springs Street Fair and Victory of Light Expo, again at Lakota East Craft Show.
The farm's Wellness Center will also re-Open offering Massage and Reflexology sessions the spring of 2015. In addition to wellness you can balance your energy chakras with a light Gong Meditation tuning. During the Gong session you will be relaxed back into a reclined zero gravity chair between a 36" and a 40" sub-atomic gong. The low intense vibrations puts you in a transient state where you can release all the energy into instant meditation.
Peaceful Acres hosts an Annual Summer Solstice Lavender Festival each year. This will be our 7th Annual Lavender Festival the farm has shared with everyone. Subscribe to our Newsletter to get the latest on Lavender workshops and special quest programs.
Another rich treasure of Clinton County Ohio during your trip to Peaceful Acres Lavender Farm is the Martinsville Road Covered Bridge. This historical sites beauty has been embedded into our lives. Every trip should end with great dining from a slim variety of good food treasures. Seven miles north on US Route 68 is Jen's Uptown Deli and the General Denver Hotel & Restaurant. These are two of our favourite places to dine.
Find a Peaceful Acres Lavender Farm Market Boutique near you. Located North of the farm in Yellow Springs, Ohio products are stocked at Star Flower Natural Foods on Davis Street. You can also find a limited amount of products at Dorothy Lane Markets in Kettering, Ohio.