After the relaxing Bank Holiday weekend, visitors to Bristol in the first week of September can further unwind at the Natural Living Expo.
Brunel’s Old Station will play host to holistic therapy practitioners, and health and wellbeing exhibitions along with a number of free demonstrations and workshops.
Some of the exhibitors at the Natural Living Expo are the Old Mill Cancer Foundation, which gives physical and emotional support to those living with cancer, and the Meyrick Mill Clinic which offers physiotherapy, manual lymphatic drainage and complimentary therapies to all comers.
Jaynie Sayers, MIPTI, who is one of the organisers of the Natural Living Expo, will offer a number of holistic treatments including reflexology, Indian head massages, treatment with Hopi ear candles and reiki.
As well as all these amazing holistic treatments and therapies exhibitors will have a fascinating range of gemstone jewellery, CDs, books, natural clothing and organic beauty products for sale.
There are still a few spaces left for this great weekend so visit the Natural Living Expo website for more information. Jaynie and her fellow organiser Sarah Clark would like to welcome you to all of their Natural Living Events which take place at Brunel’s Old Station on the weekend of September 8 and 9.
Brunel’s Old Station benefits from an incredibly convenient location in the centre of Bristol, adjoining Temple Meads railway station. That makes it easy to get to by car, bike, foot or public transport, so we hope to see you here!