Eight Moon, a graphic design and marketing agency, has moved from Minneapolis to Saint Paul’s Creative Enterprise Zone into a space in Vandalia Tower, 550 N. Vandalia St., Suite 301. The company is owned by president Megan Junius of Summit-University. Junius has more than 20 years of expertise as a graphic designer and art director. She is a 2014 graduate of the Small Business Administration’s Emerging Leaders program and was the College of Saint Benedict’s Alumnae Entrepreneur of the Year in 2017. Eight Moon recently received certification from the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council.

The Institute for Integrative Therapies recently moved from Mendota Heights to 1150 Montreal Ave., Suite 101. Cofounder and medical director Manoj Doss said it is the first psychedelic medicine clinic in Minnesota offering ketamine-assisted psychotherapy to help people improve their mental health.

Afya Sanaa Healing Center, 1549 University Ave., recently held a grand opening of its newly renovated space. The center’s mission is to provide a place where Black people can find solace, safety and fellowship. Classes in dance and drumming, as well as health and wellness workshops, are offered. For information, visit AfyaSanaa.com.

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Megan Junius, president of Eight Moon graphic design and marketing.


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