Personal Discovery Awaits at the Body Mind Spirit Expo
Now in its 31st year, Body Mind Spirit Expo has become the largest alternative health and metaphysical expo in the United States. Returning to Milwaukee on Saturday and Sunday, March 9 and 10 at the Radisson Hotel Milwaukee Airport, the expo brings to life a positive healing environment. The best practitioners from Milwaukee join with others from throughout the country to provide the essential tools for discovering overall health and well-being. Attendees can enjoy free lectures and demos, as well as admission to the Exhibit Hall.
“Rejuvenate—receive a relaxing massage, have your aura photo taken and open yourself to new ideas. The expo offers a safe environment for growth and exploration,” says Marcella Goodman, of Body Mind Spirit Expo. Retail exhibitors will feature an array of items from natural and holistic health products to spiritual books and enlightened art. Healers at the expo offer treatments such as massages, yoga techniques and intuitive readings.
Cost: $12. Location: 6331 S. 13th St., Milwaukee. For more information and a $1 off coupon, call 541-482-3722, ext. 2 or visit BMSE.net.
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