With everything from reiki to reflexology, and crystals to tarot, the Natural Living Expo is a one-stop shop for a healthy and holistic life.
The event returns to the National Botanic Garden of Wales on Saturday and Sunday July 8th & 9th, boasting a real A-to-Z of complementary therapies.
Organiser Sarah Clark says: “We are very excited about coming back to the Garden; last year’s event was such a success.
“Natural Living Expo is a Health & Wellbeing event with over 50 stands offering holistic taster sessions in Indian Head Massage, Reflexology, Bowen Therapy also Shiatsu and hot stone massage to name but a few.”
“There will be handmade, natural soaps and beauty products, gifts and crafts as well as ‘nutrition’ stands offering plenty of expert advice and tastes of healthy foods. There will be free talks in Theatr Botanica all through the weekend and fun demonstrations that you can join in, in the courtyard near the restaurant.”
Co-organiser Jaynie Sayers says: “So why not come and learn about something new, enjoy a relaxing therapy? We are looking forward to seeing you all for a great weekend.”
For a full list of talks and exhibitors, go to http://www.natural-living-expo.co.uk/our-exhibitors.html
The Garden is open from 10am to 6pm with last entry at 5pm.
Admission to the Garden is £10.50 (including Gift Aid) for adults and £8.75 for concessions.
Entry is FREE for Garden members and parking is FREE for all.
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