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A weekend for natural healing

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(L-R) Reflexologist Audrey Johner massages Corinna Kuntz’s feet at the Natural Health and Healing Expo. (Photo credit Mackenzie Hientz)

The annual Natural Health and Healing Expo on May 30 and June 1 at the Wylie Mitchell Hall offered an environment for people to improve their health and wellness.

“We want to get people more aware of all the healthy choices there are,” said organizer of the event Chaelynn Slykhuis.

It was the fifth year that the expo was put on in Estevan, and there were 30 vendors from Saskatchewan and Alberta who provided products to help with the inner self.

They included ora photos, singing bowls, different rocks and jewelry, such as mood rings, and much more. Slykhuis said that most of the products are meant to make people feel good.

Among those vendors was Helga Grey, who has been providing physic readings with terra cards for over 30 years. During her readings she said she tries to provide the best choice for people.

She also said that when people need answers, they become really uptight, and she answers their questions to help relieve stress.

“They sometimes need something to look forward to, sometimes they need help in knowing their options to make their decisions, so it can be very healing,” said Grey.

Also during the expo, the vendors had a chance to make presentations, and go more in-depth about their products and how they can help one’s inner self. There were seven presentations during the two days.

“The expo is to … be more confident in yourself, and if you’re having problems, there are a lot of people here to talk to and help you with some situations,” said Slykhuis.

This is the third year that Slykhuis has organized the event, and she is looking for someone else to take charge of the expo for next year.

“I’m still willing to be there for moral support,” said Slykhuis.

 

 


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