At last years Body, Mind & Spirit Wellness Fair in Port Hardy, Carolyn Lowe got some tattoo therapy from Corey Hamilton.

At last years Body, Mind & Spirit Wellness Fair in Port Hardy, Carolyn Lowe got some tattoo therapy from Corey Hamilton.

Body, Mind & Spirit Wellness Fair in Port Hardy on Saturday

This is the fourth year in a row the Wellness Fair has been held

  • Mar. 29, 2017 10:45 a.m.

Feeling sick and tired of being sick and tired? Looking to rejuvenate your body, mind and/or spirit? Well, if you live in the Tri-Port area, you’re in luck.

The fourth annual Body, Mind and Spirit Wellness Fair is right around the corner on Saturday, April 1 at the Port Hardy Civic Centre from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.

Some of the businesses participating this year are as follows:

Strokes of Jade Massage & Reiki; The Nurturing Stone; Isagenix; Young Living Essential Oils; World Global Network H-E-L-O; Sandra Krieva Designs; Shannon’s Allergen Friendly Kitchen; DoTerra; Scentsy; Golden Touch Reflexology; Debra’s Gift Intuitive Medium; Norwex; Thrive – Level; Epicure; Catherine Dextrase, CST -Spirit Readings; Naturally Genuine Bath, Body and Home Essentials; SweetLegs Port Hardy; Janice’s Tarot Reading; Na’Nakwa’La; I’Kila Therapies; Essence of Pure Being; Ananda Wellness Registered Massage; Dr. Colleen Hartwick ND; First Choice Fitness & Health; Dyck’s Rurban Farm & Garage; Creations; Pat MacDonald; Graceworks Shiatsu; Raincoast Martial Arts; Nan’s Hands; and BC Bud Rub.

“We will have a medium, a tarot card reader, you name it we’re going to have it,” said organizer Kelly OFlynn Dukes. “We’ll also have businesses like isagenix, reflexology, a registered massage therapist, a relaxation masseuse, essential oils, fitness, martial arts…”

There will also be two local food vendors available if you end up feeling hungry.

“We really needed a wellness fair in this town, because a lot of us do this kind of thing out of our home and people don’t know we exist,” said Dukes, who added her goal is to “show people what is available on the North Island for healing, nutrition and medicine. You’ll be amazed at what is available on the North Island, take the time out of your day to come and check out the fair — its free, wander around and talk to people.”

Check out the fair’s Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/events/653264334878364/ for more updates.

— Gazette Staff, with files from Kelly O’Flynn Dukes.