Local Experts to Host Holistic, Hands On Community Event

Community Wellness Expo - Jan 13th at CapeSpace

Kick off the New Year and find your true you at the second annual Community Wellness Expo on January 13, 2019 at CapeSpace in Hyannis, Ma.  Sponsored by solu, the event will also feature a demonstration of the N.O.W. Tone Therapy System –– a sound-based mindfulness meditation aid.  

Hosted by True You Wellness, the Community Wellness Expo is a free event designed to connect the community with holistic and integrative approaches to health and wellness. The event will feature talks offering a fresh perspective on wellness trends and interactive experiences with practitioners.   Local experts will provide information and hands-on experiences to include: reflexology, yoga, energy healing, meditation, hemp oil, psychic healing, reiki, nutrition, massage and chiropractic care.

Details:

Sunday, January 13, 2019 from 1:00 to 4:00 PM

CapeSpace is located at 100 Independence Drive, Hyannis, Ma, 02601

Admission is free

For more information on this event click here.

About True You Wellness

The mission of True You Wellness is to educate and create awareness for holistic health practices on Cape Cod.  Our goal is to create events and spaces that allow people to learn about and experience different wellness paths.  True You is a collaboration between Alice Curran from Extra Mile Wellness, Ayanna Parrent from B Free Coaching and Wellness and Reva Joly from Reva Joly Massage Therapy

About solu

solu is on a mission to promote a whole new level of wellbeing by freeing people from their nagging, problematic thoughts.  The N.O.W. Tone Therapy System is an easy and effective 3-minute sound meditation product that is like Yoga for Your Mind™.

About 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.


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