We're here to connect you with the local wellness community.

Western medicine is essential for treating trauma, but it often misses the mark when it comes to chronic illness. Many people are beginning to find alternative approaches that fill in the gaps and support their total wellness.

Well Connected Twin Cities is a place to discover wellness professionals from a variety of modalities, find local businesses that support your healthy lifestyle, and connect with the local wellness community.

We believe that everyone deserves to feel good.

Whether you're suffering from chronic health problems or you’re looking to prevent them and continue to feel good in your body and mind, there’s a wealth of expertise to explore here in the Twin Cities.

Maybe you've been diagnosed with an autoimmune disease and you’re wondering whether there’s more you could be doing to feel good and help your body heal.

Or you’re a mom of a child with a mood disorder, and you’ve heard that some alternative therapies can help reduce symptoms.

Maybe you’re just a health nut who’s looking for all the good stuff the Twin Cities has to offer in one place.

A salon that uses safer products? Yes, please! Community acupuncture? Don’t mind if I do…

Whatever your reason, we’re happy you’re here!  Let’s keep in touch, ok?

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Our Values

We believe that wellness should be addressed from multiple angles, and we seek to highlight businesses and providers around Minneapolis and St Paul who share our values of nutritious whole food, healthy movement, avoiding harmful chemicals, and using therapies that support the body and mind.

This community is full of small business owners and self-employed wellness providers, and we're here to support and lift up the people who are doing this important work.

As our business grows, we intend to give back to local nonprofits that work to reduce the health gap and improve the health of lower income communities. Have a nonprofit in mind that we should know about?