Christian rock star Brian Welch has opened wellness centers in different states to help people find complete healing in their body, mind, and spirit.
Brian “Head” Welch is a member of a popular rock bank “Korn” who formerly struggled with drug addiction. Fifteen years ago, Bryan found relief from his addiction through his newfound relationship with Jesus Christ. He has now found healing through his faith and also through receiving therapy.
“In 2005, I found healing after years of struggling with addiction, depression, and suicidal ideation,” Brian said in a statement. “I consider myself extremely blessed to have been made whole — body, mind and spirit — and I’ve devoted my life to help others find the healing they deserve.”
The evangelist wanted to help others also find healing, which encouraged him to open wellness centers that offer the same therapy that he has received. Together with physical therapist, Dr. Matt O’Neill, whom he first met in 2017 to help the rock band decompress during their hectic tour schedule, they founded Zivel, a performance, and recovery suites.
“The most exciting thing for me about Zivel is that our services can help revitalize every part of a person’s life, body, mind, and spirit, which again, is what I feel is my life’s purpose,” Brian said.
Zivel first launched in 2018 and was registered as an LLC. Facilities are now open in California, Tennessee, and Florida. They are also planning on opening centers in Texas, Washington, Arizona, and Georgia.
“Our goal is to open locations in every state, and eventually around the world to help people young and old. Because Zivel is more than just another spa offering. It is a way of life, where we truly believe that everyone should be treated and feel like a rock star,” Dr. Matt and Brian shared in the statement.
Reference: The Christian Post