Anahata Collaborative

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We recently did a photoshoot (it was fun…we laughed a lot as the photo indicates!) at Anahata Collaborative and can’t say enough about it! “ The space feels bright and airy, and fosters imagination, inspiration and creativity” as described on the website. “Anahata Collaborative Venue is an industrial space in an old lumber building carefully designed to feel like a Zen industrial loft space. This lumber building was originally built to be ON a railway line to facilitate transportation of lumber. Since then, the building has been remodeled and the railway as become THE paved cycling and walking path through Minneapolis and beyond now called the Midtown Greenway.” The venue has hourly, daily as well as monthly memberships available.

Lara Cornell is the founder and has degrees in French Language and Literature, English Literature, Secondary Education and International Education. She also has decades of experience in international travel, retail and business management. The desire for ONE SPACE to be able to create endless opportunities for exploring her unique offerings, building a community of like-minded & multi-passionate small business owners, and focusing continuously on wellbeing for entrepreneurs through our Unique 4 pillars is the “why” behind Anahata Collaborative. This space is created specifically for local creatives and wellness professionals to learn from each other and grow their businesses. It’s a magical space where art merges with wellness, and wellness merges with art. The BONUS of having this beautiful space was the ability for the community to also come together to celebrate life and all that comes with it (weddings, family gatherings, non-profit events, music, graduations, engagements, and more!).

What does Anahata mean? Visit the website for the answer to this and learn more about the venue and upcoming events with MHEvents (Melissa is also one of our personal shoppers!) Thank you Lara and Melissa!



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