From mini readings of Tarot cards to essential oils

‘One Stop Shop’ for wellness on Saturday

The start of a new year seems to motivate many to renew their interest in their health and refocus on things like diet, physical activity and find new possibilities for self-care.

The Centre for Spiritual Living is trying to help, by presenting a Wellness Market and Fair on Saturday, Jan 23, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., which will showcase a wide range of wellness products and services available locally.

Many products to enhance a healthy approach to life will be presented for sale, including hand crafted soaps and mindfully designed jewelry.

Providers of massage, acupressure, reiki, reflexology, and many more healing modalities will be present to answer questions and provide mini sessions of their treatments.

Nia dancers will be on hand showing how that activity is enjoyable as well as being a healthy benefit, and locally grown organic produce will be sold as well.

An essential oil expert will show which oils can be used to make home cleaning products, saving money, and avoiding extra environmental chemicals, and don’t forget the intuitive mini readings of Tarot cards.

For anyone interested in a healthy lifestyle, this event promises to be a “One Stop Shop.”

Located at 561 S Dogwood St, the Centre is developing as a Wellness Centre for body, mind, and spirit. For more information, check out their website,, or call 250-850-3064.


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