E-commerce Website for a Holistic Therapy School

This holistic therapy school was looking for a way to unify its complex network of interconnected businesses, all under one brand. I used the incredible features of Elementor Pro to create three visually distinct areas on their website: a school for holistic therapists (offering courses and workshops), a natural bath & body products store, and a shop where their students can purchase supplies to create their own holistic formulas. The result is a beautiful, thrillingly interactive site, full of colors, and special effects. I believe that each of the different areas on this site show off what Elementor can do in a really artful way. I’ve used a number of unique custom template designs to ensure that each page and subpage is visually distinct, welcoming, and easy to navigate. From products to workshops to account pages, every aspect of this site uses Elementor to create motion and visual interest and reflect the holistic values and identity of this extremely unique brand.

Note: The owner is currently in the process of translating the site into Hebrew, so it currently has two languages on it. I have screenshots of all of the pages from the finished design in English before the translation process began. If you’d like to see those, let me know.  Plugins used include: Elementor Pro, Buttonizer, Rank Math SEO , WooCommerce (with some extra plugins for enhancements and security), JetPack, wpForo, and TranslatePress – Multilingual.

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