Earthshine co-ordinators Catherine Dextrase and Odette Warner invite the public to their spirit and wellness fair, May 25-26 at the at the K’omoks First Nation band hall (3330 Comox Road, Courtenay). Photo supplied

Earthshine Spirit and Wellness Fair coming to the Comox Valley

‘Earthshine’ is a phenomenon that lights up the dark side of the moon with the sun’s reflection off the earth’s atmosphere.

EarthShine Spirit and Wellness Fair celebrates that same glow of soulful spirit and reflects your unique luminescence – a mani-pedi for your inner shine!

Showcasing a variety of healing styles from palm reading and mediumship, to trager therapy, theta healing and medical intuition – a ‘tapas’ of psychic readers to choose from. Indulge in the glitter of jewelry, crystals and gemstones, quality health products, soulful artwork, high vibe food and henna tattoos – a little something for everyone!

Traditional First Nation healers, Sherry Moon and Shannon Alfred, will offer cleansing cedar brushings throughout the weekend, alongside interactive presentations that invite lightness and movement into the body, mind and spirit, with Sound Healing, Theta Healing and more.

Spiritual health is vital to our well-being. In a time of change and upheaval, it is as vital to nurture our spiritual side as it is to drink water and exercise, and this caretaking awakens a deeper connection with self, others and nature. EarthShine celebrates your glowing spirit and invites you to come out and play with your intuition, have some fun and shine a beacon for global upliftment.

EarthShine Spirit Fair takes place at the K’omoks First Nation band hall (3330 Comox Road, Courtenay), May 25, 10a.m-4 p.m. and May 26 11a.m-4 p.m.

Admission is free.

To volunteer for the event, email lightevents1@gmail.com

For more information, visit www.EarthShineEvents.com

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