New Mexico woman brings her Albuquerque passion home

Las Vegas business owners are also battling the effects of the Hermits Peak and Calf Canyon fires. Lea Henderson is the owner and operator of athletics and aesthetics. It started out as a gym here in Albuquerque, but Henderson always wanted to bring his business back to Las Vegas. Now, that dream is about to come true even as the largest wildfire in New Mexico history continues to burn there. Henderson is originally from Las Vegas. Henderson said: “I was born and raised there, and graduated from Robertson High School in 2004. Home is home, and I’ve always known that, you know , at some point, I want to give something back to my community.” 2018, Henderson started his dream job in Albuquerque. She combined two of her passions. “My passion is aesthetics and aesthetic medicine, and my other passion is fitness. I remember planning the grand opening and the parking lot outside was so full,” Henderson said. Now four years and a pandemic world over Later, Henderson seeks to fulfill his dream and bring his passion home. She decided they would try to expand into her hometown of Las Vegas. Then came what is now the largest wildfire in New Mexico history, just a few miles from her home. homes are at stake.” Henderson says that even though thousands of people walked out of their homes because of the fire, they were behind it every step of the way. “I haven’t lived in Las Vegas since four years, you know, but people still remembered me or remembered my family and asked how they could help themselves. They show up for each other, and that’s what it’s all about. Showing up for each other,” Henderson said. The people of Las Vegas showed up for her, and now she’s looking to show up for them. “We’re here to help. We want you here. We want to be part of this journey. That’s what it’s about. Helping people,” Henderson said. Henderson’s hometown opening is scheduled for June 1, and they’ll be spending the weekend before opening hosting a barbecue for Las Vegas residents.

Las Vegas business owners are also battling the effects of the Hermits Peak and Calf Canyon fires. Lea Henderson is the owner and operator of athletics and aesthetics. It started out as a gym here in Albuquerque, but Henderson always wanted to bring his business back to Las Vegas. Now, that dream is about to come true even as the largest wildfire in New Mexico history continues to burn there.

Henderson is from Las Vegas. Henderson said: “I was born and raised there, and graduated from Robertson High School in 2004. Home is home, and I’ve always known that, you know , at some point, I want to give something back to my community.”

In 2018, Henderson started his dream job in Albuquerque. She combined two of her passions.

“My passion is aesthetics and aesthetic medicine, and my other passion is fitness. I remember planning the grand opening, and the parking lot outside was so full,” Henderson said.

Now, four years and a global pandemic later, Henderson is looking to fulfill his dream and bring his passion home. She decided they would try to expand into her hometown of Las Vegas. Then came what is now the largest wildfire in New Mexico history, just a few miles from her home.

Henderson said, “We were in the middle of construction wondering if the building will be there the next day, and if it even matters. People’s lives and homes are at stake.”

Henderson says that even though thousands of people have walked out of their homes because of the fire, they have been behind it every step of the way.

“I haven’t lived in Las Vegas for four years, you know, but people still remembered me or remembered my family and asked how they could help. They show up for each other, and that’s what it’s all about. Showing up for each other,” Henderson said.

The people of Las Vegas showed up for her, and now she’s looking to show up for them.

“We’re here to help you. We want you here. We want to be part of this journey. That’s what it’s all about. Helping people,” Henderson said.

Henderson’s hometown opening is scheduled for June 1, and they’ll be spending the weekend before opening hosting a barbecue for Las Vegas residents.