At the Tallapoosa Wellness Collective of Carrollton we LOVE to collaborate with local partners who share our mission to support wellness in our community. If you are a business, nonprofit, independent contractor, or involved in any way with wellness, and would like to find ways to collaborate, please let us know!
Fall CSA with Cosmos Farms
Beginning Thursday, Sept. 27th, from 4 pm - 7 pm we will be partnering with Cosmos Organic Farms provide a Carrollton based pickup location for your fall CSA! Please visit www.cosmosorganics.com for more information about shares, prices, and how community supported agriculture can change your life and your environment!
Keep Carroll Beautiful
The Tallapoosa Wellness Collective of Carrollton and Keep Carroll Beautiful have joined together to start the first Garden for All Ages and Abilities. This garden is open to the community and hopes to bring the joy of gardening to all members of Carrollton and the surrounding areas. If you are interested in volunteering in the garden or visiting with a group, please reach out!
Carroll County Humane Society
On occasion the Tallapoosa Wellness Collective works with the Carroll County Humane Society to host a very special yoga session we like to call “Cats on Mats.” These events are donation only and all proceeds go to the Humane Society, and all cats are adoptable!
The Belle of Amherst
Friends of the Whitesburg Public Library
The Friends of the Whitesburg Public Library presented the play, "The Belle of Amherst," by William Luce at 2 p.m. on Sunday, February 17, at the Tallapoosa Wellness Collective of Carrollton. The event raised over $550 with all proceeds benefiting the library.
For more information about scheduling an event please contact us at Pat@tallapoosawellnesscollective.com.
West Georgia Mindfulness and Psychotherapy
We are happy to welcome Amy Wagner of West Georgia Mindfulness and Psychotherapy to the Tallapoosa Wellness Collective of Carrollton! Amy is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in Carrollton with six years of direct experience in working with adolescents and adults in the mental health field, and has been providing direct psychotherapy for adolescents, adults, and families for four years. Amy has been trained in Family Therapy techniques and has studied using mindfulness and cognitive techniques to alleviate symptoms of anxiety, depression, and trauma. Schedule an appointment with Amy by calling 404-713-3313 or you can check out her website at: