True You Wellness Expo at CapeSpace

Sunday, January 21st in Hyannis
"True You Wellness" team: Pictured left to right Alice Curran, Extra Mile Wellness Reva Joly, Reva Joly Massage Therapy Ayanna Parrent, Zumbayanna & B Free Coaching and Consulting (Courtesy photo)

From CapeSpace:

CapeSpace is a flexible workspace facility in Hyannis, featuring fully furnished private offices, business lounge, meeting rooms and virtual office/mail services, all with business services and on flexible terms. We have space suitable for a variety of events, and on January 21 we are delighted to be hosting the True You Wellness Expo.

The True You Wellness Expo is a free event designed to connect the community with holistic and integrative approaches to health and wellness. Featuring talks offering a fresh perspective on wellness trends, dynamic movement classes, and interactive experiences, the Wellness Expo will highlight alternative approaches to health and wellness. Connect, learn, and have fun at this unique event.

Select topics and hands-on experience opportunities will include:

• Reiki
• Massage
• Yoga
• EFT
• Vibrational Sound
• Access Bars
• CBD Oil
• Pound
• Music Therapy
• Qigong

The mission of True You Wellness is to bring together holistic wellness professionals on Cape Cod to educate and create awareness of current health practices to the community. Our goal is to create events and spaces that allow people to interact and experience different wellness paths that will lead to the true and authentic you. True You Wellness is a collaboration of Allice Curran of Extra Mile Wellness, Reva Joly Massage Therapy, and Ayanna Parrent of B Free Coaching & Zumbayanna. Sponsored by Ebb & Flow, a magazine dedicated to health, wellness and sustainability on Cape Cod.

Details: Sunday, January 21, 1:00 to 4:00 PM
CapeSpace, 100 Independence Drive, Hyannis
Admission is free
For more information on this event visit https://www.facebook.com/events/2062277907338566/
For more information on True You Wellness visit https://www.facebook.com/TrueYouCapeCod/


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