Biz Beat: Dreamz come true at Hawaiian-themed metaphysical boutique |

Biz Beat: Dreamz come true at Hawaiian-themed metaphysical boutique

Sara Thompson
Dan Thrift / Tahoe Daily Tribune With a little bit of everything Hawaii, Sherrie Winings, left, and Dayle Schear embrace the spirit of the islands at Aloha Dreamz, a metaphysical boutique located on Lake Tahoe Boulevard.

Two natural-born psychics joined forces to bring Aloha Dreamz to South Lake Tahoe.

Owners Dayle Schear and Sherrie Winings opened the metaphysical boutique last August.

“I wanted to bring the aloha spirit to Tahoe,” said Schear, who grew up in Hawaii.

Schear met Winings in Las Vegas. At the time, Winings worked at another metaphysical shop, and Schear invited her to come to Lake Tahoe.

“I said: ‘OK, universe, let me know if I’m supposed to be here,’ ” Winings said.

The next day, while driving along Highway 50, Schear and Winings found the site of Aloha Dreamz.

“Everything snowballed from there,” Winings said.

The shop offers psychic readings, astrology charting, psychometry, destiny cards and aura photography.

Aura photography shows the electromagnetic field that surrounds living things. The aura is represented by different colors, depending on the individual’s personality, mood and current life events.

Hawaiian gifts, such as Kona coffee, Pualani clothing, leis, macadamia nuts and more, are sold at the shop.

The store is at 2122 Lake Tahoe Blvd. and is open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. every day, except Tuesdays. Call (530) 542-3456, as business hours may change.

Lake Tahoe Holidays is having a moving sale.

Owner Keri Smith said the store will close March 22 and reopen at its new location in Heavenly Village at the end of April.

The store will be at 4000 Lake Tahoe Blvd., No. 29, which is the current location of Marcus Ashley Galleries. The gallery will move to Neighbors Bookstore’s old location.

For now, Lake Tahoe Holidays is at 3438 Lake Tahoe Blvd. and is open from 11 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Tuesday through Friday, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday. For more information, call (530) 544-8684.

– Contact Sara Thompson at (530) 542-8009 or

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