Energy Pointe Institute

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The Energy Pointe Institute was a healing and education center active between 2003-2004. It was founded by Robert Webb and his then-fiance Sharon Williams at 1025 23rd Street South.

The Institute hosted the Losel Maitri Tibetan Buddhist Center and the Gypsy Red Tribe, and offered various classes in yoga, meditation and bellydance as well as housing two massage therapy practices. Other plans for the Institute have included a café, juice bar and organic market, a holistic medical clinic, and additional educational programs.

In December 2003 the Institute hosted a 10-day long Tibetan cultural festival. In Spring 2004 the Institute was closed and the building sold.

References

  • "Holistic Healing: Couple's Idea for Eastern Center Takes Shape" (September 10, 2003) Birmingham News.
  • Alabama Society of Certified Public Accountants. (December 2003) "CPA Standout: Robert Webb" Alabama SCPA Newsletter.
  • Lilburne, Anne (May 10, 2004) "Tibetan Monks Enjoy Some Southern Hospitality." Covering Religion: The Soul of the South. Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism. [1] - accessed May 30, 2006.