Hours & Location

By appointment only.

Tuesday 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Friday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Saturday 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.


Wellspring Health Collective

wellspring Wellspring Health Collective, LLC is located at the historic Pierson’s Mill now quaintly called “The Mill” It is a new center dedicated to your family’s health and wellbeing. It is owned and operated by Sue Rexford and Lynda Rountree, two trusted and well-established health practitioners who have cared for Maplewood and the surrounding townships’ families for many years. Wellspring Health Collective houses, Massage Therapists, Somatics Practitioners/Teachers, Licensed Social Workers, Child Birth Educators and Nutritionists whose sole focus is helping you to thrive in your life and your health. Additionally, Wellspring will host movement classes, support groups and various wellness workshops.

Pierson’s Mill has always been the center of life in Maplewood (formerly Jefferson Village) and the surrounding townships far before New Jersey was even a state. The Pierson property, from its first groundbreaking in 1776, nourished the community with a general store that outfitted the rural village with its dry goods and additional foods needs. The Pierson property and the newly growing Jefferson Village had seen much history on its rutted dirt roads—experiencing a Revolution, travel near the capitals of Philadelphia and New York and our new country embroiled in new internal and international conflict.

Through the difficult decades, Pierson’s thrived and grew and in 1831 created a gristmill for nourishing the community with grain that was harvested by the community farmers. In the 1830’s, a gristmill was a community-thriving property: farmers brought their own grain to be milled. The whole town centered on this important structure and its life-giving activities of the store and milling. The mill kept the community alive and the community was part of the mill’s life too. Everything was connected.

Pierson’s Mill and store thrived for over 200 years, watching the changes, from dirt, to gravel, to paved roads, from candled, to gas, to electric lamps, the building has continued to evolve with the times to serve its community and was recently lovingly restored by architect Mark Carelli, whose knowledge of its history and a respect for its structure has helped it remain an important center of activity in Maplewood, New Jersey.

Please join us once again, and thrive, in the original heart of your community at THE MILL. Welcome all to Wellspring!!!!