Health & Wellness Show coming to Courtenay

St. John the Divine Church hall, March 10

Mark your calendars for Saturday March 10, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. for the Spring into Health, a Health & Wellness Show at St. John the Divine Church hall ( 579-5th St. Courtenay)

Spend your time mingling amongst a diverse group of Health practitioners and experts who will be offering a variety of health-related products and services, hands on sessions and demonstrations.

There will be something for everyone at this free event.

Treat yourself to one of the many treatments such as acupuncture, matrix energetics, Trager therapy, iridology, and a psychic reading.

Find out ways to reduce stress with rescue remedy and the Bach flowers.

Learn about aloe vera, essential oils, and Celiac Disease.

For more information contact Sarah Brune at 250-331-3328.

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