Unity on Greenville Hosts Holistic Health Expo




Unity on Greenville will hold their sixth annual Holistic Health Expo from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m., October 5, celebrating mind, body and spirit. It’s an opportunity to experience reflexology, non-toxic makeovers, light therapy, sound therapy, holistic medicine, reiki, heavy metal hair analysis and experience demonstrations and samples from many different disciplines.

Vendors include a wide variety of holistic practitioners for treatments, experts and vendors including non-invasive healing treatments, intuitive art, tai chi, henna tattoos, recycled art, holistic pet supplies, essential oils, salt lamps and organic health products.

Unity on Greenville is part of Unity Worldwide Ministries. The Christian organization hosts a number of small groups that meet on a weekly basis, allowing individuals to connect more deeply with others.

Admission is free. Location: 3425 Greenville Ave., Dallas. For more information or to reserve a spot, call 214-826-5683, email [email protected] or visit DallasUnity.org.

 

 

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