BE WELL: Scott and Abikgail Crystal (with Harmony), Maria Rutledge, Emmeline Ives (with Eilidah) and Rhonda Schneider.
BE WELL: Scott and Abikgail Crystal (with Harmony), Maria Rutledge, Emmeline Ives (with Eilidah) and Rhonda Schneider. Scott Powick

Parents provide Wellness Expo

WORKSHOPS on psychic development, kinesiology, macrobiotics, yoga, meditation and reiki are among the offerings at the Murwillumbah Wellbeing Expo.

Organiser Maria Rutledge said the event was organised by parents of students at the Sathya Sai independent school, opposite Knox Park at Murwillumbah.

Sathaya Sai was founded by its Indian namesake on core values of truth, right conduct, peace, love and non-violence.

Ms Rutledge said about 15 stall holders and presenters would be at the expo, holding workshops on topics also including crystal healing, essential oils, skincare, vintage fashion and acupuncture.

Entry is via a gold coin donation, with workshops lasting from 20 minutes to an hour at the Sathya Sai Hall on Sunday March 20.

“We recognised that there are many talented and experienced organisations and individuals who provide healthy lifestyle programs and activities within our wonderful community,” Ms Rutledge said.

“That is why a bunch of us Sathya Sai parents created this event to showcase their talents,” she said.

“The event will be a feel good event where people can drop in, learn something new and hopefully be shown alternatives towards their health and well being choices.”

Info: Facebook.com/WellbeingExpo/Murwillumbah.



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