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The Bungalow

Photo by Richard L. Gaw

Marcy Mackey of The Bungalow is just one of several new women-owned businesses in downtown Kennett Square.

The company name, Mackey said, comes from the affection she and her family had for their weekend home in Maryland, which she said served as a place to unwind and let the stresses of the outside world vanish. Looking at the services offered at The Bungalow, it’s easy to see that it’s aptly named. From a lengthy choice of individual massages, craniosacral therapy and bodywork to small-group yoga sessions held once a week, The Bungalow has already established itself as a Kennett Square welcoming space for ease of body and mind. Mackey and her staff of Danielle Linder and Shauna Miller – all certified in yoga instruction and in the healing arts – provide the individual with relief from stress, pain and

restored sense of movement. Mackey said that she also intends to add group meditation, women’s circles and healing circles into The Bungalow’s regular calendar. “Every little step I took to get here was preparation for this divine layout,” Mackey said. “Everything that has fed me in my life – massage, body work, yoga and meditation – has allowed me to feed others that which has fed me, and the best part is that I get to tap into this growing, sprouting community.” (The Bungalow is located at 111 E. Cypress Street. To learn more about The Bungalow, visit www. Continued on Page 38 | Summer/Fall 2019 | Kennett Square Life


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Kennett Square Life Summer/Fall 2019  

Kennett Square Life Summer/Fall 2019