Wellness, Yoga and Entertainment at Holistic Festival in Plano

The fifth Holistic Festival of Life will be held June 25 at the Plano Center for those seeking spiritual, health, mental clarity and physical well-being. The unique expo features highly skilled teachers and practitioners Pranic Healing, Vedic chanting, ayurveda, yoga, meditation, chakra balancing, intuitive guidance, herbal nutrition, skin care, aromatherapy, reiki, feng shui, astrology, psychic readings, tarot, tantric healing, vastu shastra, massage therapy and more. Attendees will also meet specialists licensed in Western medicine with a focus on holistic living with specialties in family health, fertility medicine and other wellness services.

The Holistic Festival of Life also features inspiring and entertaining dance and music performances featuring acclaimed musicians, dance troupes and bands.  As well, the festival will be a celebration of International Yoga day, with  free yoga classes, medication sessions and seminars by local and national experts.

Admission and parking are free. Location: 2000 Spring Creek Pkwy., Plano. Reservations for vendor booths are still available. For more information, Jennifer Rae at 469-401-4777 or call Vijay Warman at 972-750-1419 and visit HolisticFestivalOfLife.com.


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