Expand Healthy Horizons at Wellness Body, Mind & Spirit Expo
Those seeking a fresh approach to natural wellness can explore the latest in holistic and alternative health at the Wellness Body, Mind & Spirit Expo. The event will be held on April 22 between 10 a.m. and 5 p.m. at the Four Points Sheraton Milwaukee–North Shore, in Brown Deer. The expo promises over 30 eclectic exhibitors, demonstrations and workshops.
Attendees can connect with reiki masters, naturopaths, fitness experts, ayurvedic practitioners, crystal and gemstone specialists, psychics, mediums, astrologers, numerologists, card readers, palm readers and an aura photographer. Psychic readings will be available. Speakers and presenters will provide educational talks on chiropractic care, stress management, ayurvedic principles, and energy and sound therapies.
"There is a lot of new information available through our speakers and exhibitors for your body, mind and spirit,” says event organizer Dr. Joanne Flanagan, a psychologist and one of the workshop presenters. “Attendees will find many opportunities for personal growth and empowerment.”
Cost: $5; children under 12 free. Location: 8900 N. Kildeer Ct., Brown Deer. For more information, call 414-349-4932, email DrJoanneFlanagan@wi.rr.com or visit WellnessBodyMindSpirit.com.
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