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Lindsey Schopp-Gosnell, Good to be Kneaded
Lindsey Schopp-Gosnell, Good to be Kneaded

Open for Business: Good to be Kneaded

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Good to be Kneaded
Lindsey Schopp-Gosnell opened Good to be Kneaded on April 12 at 1740 S. Glenstone Ave., Ste. M, inside Precision Muscular Therapy and Massage. Good to Be Kneaded offers massage therapies including relaxation, deep tissue, prenatal and neuromuscular. Schopp-Gosnell, who studied clinical massage at the Professional Massage Training Center in Springfield, said the startup cost for Good to be Kneaded was about $500 to lease the space and purchase her massage table. Schopp-Gosnell said she leases the 150-square-foot space from Precision Muscular Therapy and Massage for an undisclosed amount. One-hour sessions start at $60, and half-hour sessions are $35, she said. Hours: 8 a.m.–8 p.m. daily. Phone: (417) 576-4815.

Kat’s Crafts and Creations
Kathy Allen started Kat’s Crafts and Creations on May 2. Allen sells her crafts, primarily jewelry made from semiprecious stones, online at Etsy.com and at local craft shows. Allen said starting Kat’s Crafts and Creations was an opportunity to follow a long-held interest.  “I’ve always loved rocks and stones, and I became interested in jewelry because I really love it, and I always tend to buy it,” Allen said. “I finally decided I wanted to start making my own.” Allen describes her jewelry as a combination of simple and sophisticated looks. She creates her jewelry and crafts from her Springfield home, and products at www.etsy.com/shop/katallen365 range from a $3 hand-crocheted dish cloth to a three-piece set of jewelry for $85.

A Cricket in the House
Mark and Cricket Fries opened A Cricket in the House on May 6 at 412 E. Walnut St. A Cricket in the House sells re-purposed vintage furnishings, home accessories and art from local and regional artists. Cricket Fries said the store’s name was inspired by her grandmother, who named her. “I kept hearing her voice saying ‘You know, a cricket in the house brings good luck,’” Fries said. About one-third of the store’s product is sold on consignment. Mark and Cricket Fries lease the 1,600-square-foot retail space from St. Paul United Methodist for an undisclosed amount. Hours: 10:30 a.m.–5 p.m. Wednesday through Friday and 10:30 a.m.–4 p.m. Saturday. Phone: (417) 865-2758.
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