Lost Art of Life Going Out of Business
The Holliston business has been open for four years.
On Thursday, Feb. 28 Lost Art of Life will be closing their doors for good.
According to a press release from founder and owner Kimberly Lentros, the past four years have been a success as a business, as well as a relationship builder in the community.
“Lost Art of Life has been an amazing journey - truly one of blood, sweat and tears - and I wouldn't do a second of it any differently. Thank you to all of our vendors, consigners, customers, and clients - it all comes full circle,” Lentros said.
In her note sent out to followers of the business, Lentros thanked many vendors as well as two employees, M.K. Cadwell and Signe Nelson.
Lentros said she believes the next step in her journey will be to open a news yoga studio in town.
“As one door closes, another one opens - and with that being said, I will be opening a practice at 21D Charles St in Holliston, MA called "Agape - Tools for Transformation" It will provide personalized coaching and yoga, as well as be a resource for wellness. There will be a small retail area focused on books, cd's, dvd's, personal meditation tools, and yoga supplies,” Lentros said.
The studio will have a soft opening in April and a grand opening in May.