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Prescott Woman Magazine (PWM) was established in 2004 as a community-based publication honoring women in the Prescott, Prescott Valley, Chino Valley, and Dewey areas (also known as the Quad-cities). We are fully owned and operated locally and the team at PWM can often be found supporting community events, serving on non-profit boards, volunteering, and supporting local businesses. Learn more about us here.
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Health & Beauty Edition
…and as always – Strong Women!
One in eight women will develop breast cancer during their lifetimes. An estimated five to ten percent of those breast cancers will be linked to gene mutations passed through many generations of the family. Hormonal changes, lifestyle, and environmental factors also play a role in the development of breast cancer. This means breast cancer is likely caused by a complicated interaction of genetic makeup, the environment, and lifestyle.
Wait, did I just see a pickle walking around town? Pickles Lea Yoga owner and instructor Candace Lea, a.k.a. Pickles—who often dresses up to share her love for the community and yoga—fell in love with Prescott in 2015. A good friend told her there “was great yoga and hiking” here.
Owning a salon where she can combine her passions for cosmetology and art is a dream come true for master stylist and colorist Laura Covell.
This summer, she opened Alchemist Studio, an eco-friendly salon, in Prescott Valley—and she said during a recent interview that she looks forward to building not just a clientele, but also a community.