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New holistic center aims to heal from the outside in: iChakras on Main specializes in energy centers


Crier D. Krystal Starr, a chakra healer, plays her Tibetan singing bowls inside iChakras on Main Street.

In the bustling Bay Area, it seems as if everyone is busy with something. They’re running to their next meeting, furiously typing up this week’s budget or crafting tomorrow’s next big idea. In the midst of Silicon Valley’s hectic energy, some people may seek holistic healing to resolve the chaos around them.

Until last month, Los Altos lacked a streamlined holistic healing space aimed at Silicon Valley workers, according to D. Krystal Starr, owner of iChakras.


Faulty warranty leaves dealer, manufacturer in hot water

I heard from quite a few of you folks recently who appreciated the out-of-the-box(springs) thinking from my last column. So I dug a little deeper into the archives and found this backyard horror story.

The matter involves one of those super-duper deluxe hot tubs you can actually swim laps in, against the strong, forced current it produces. The consumer, Steve, paid a pretty penny for it. Within the first year, it sprang a few leaks, its jets malfunctioned and the filtration system went belly up. This trifecta of concerns provided a major headache.

Transactions

Los Altos

86 Third Street No. 202, Third Street Limited to J. & K. Riccoboni for $1,178,000

86 Third Street No. 205, Third Street Limited to Couture Trust for $1,740,000

Shoes trek from Main St. to City Team


Lara Fulmer, from left, joins Footwear etc. founder Elie Monarch, Naot representative Mark Napior and Jesus Munoz at the shoe drop-off. Photo courtesy of Teena Ramirez

Spurred by shoppers who participated in their fundraising promotion, representatives from Footwear etc. and Naot dropped off a donation of 200 pairs of shoes at the San Jose-based nonprofit CityTeam Ministries last week. Trying on a pair of Naot shoes triggered a matching-pair donation, while purchasing a pair doubled the gift.

Their aim: to provide comfortable attire to help men and women focus on the path to recovery and stability. Footwear etc. has blended “fashion sense with common sense” at 316 Main St. since opening in 2000.

Transactions

Los Altos

17 Bay Tree Lane, Ferguson Trust to Critchfield Trust for $2,250,000

670 Blinn Court, Milbank Trust to J. & K. Deweese for $2,750,000


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