This free event will showcase holistic health practitioners, products, services, counseling, educational information, alternative/complimentary therapies, mind body spirit modalities, lectures, workshops, and music.
The Chart House will feature a theme-relevant menu featuring beverages and lunch.
The fair will run from 10 am to 3 pm and will feature seminars such as:
“Yoga for You” with Julie Blamphin of Stretch Your Spirit! Yoga & Meditation
Julie will tell you how profound a personal yoga practice can be in maintaining wellness. Reflecting the Viniyoga tradition, Julie focuses on each client’s physical, mental, and emotional challenges to create a “Yoga for You” practice for maximum safety and benefit. Whatever your needs, there are techniques within yoga that will truly change your life! Visit www.StretchYourSpirit.com for more information about Julie and all of her yoga and meditation programs.
“The Scoop on Genetically Modified Foods” with Jessica Pachler
Genetically Modified Organisms, or GMOs, are a hot topic in the health and food world these days. Jessica will discuss what GMOs are, how they differ from traditional hybrids, why they are a topic of concern, and how you can minimize your exposure to them without breaking the bank or losing your mind.
” Health and Vitality” with Green Life Chiropractic & Wellness
Meet Dr. Bryan Green and find out that it’s not too late to fend off the top 3 killers in the US, heart disease, cancer and drug reactions. Your health is your greatest asset. Your brain, brainstem and spinal cord and nervous system all affect the functions of your body. Green Life Chiropractic & Wellness will talk about if health is about healing and function why it’s so important to keep your spine healthy and aligned. Did you know misalignment and damage in the spine interrupts the signal from the brain to the body? Not only causing pain, but decreasing function and allowing disease process to start. Find out about subluxation. Get a free consultation and posture analysis.
The event is FREE to the public and limited vendor spots are still available.