In light of the ongoing pandemic, it can feel challenging to maintain good health — whether that’s physically or mentally. Reformation Massage and Bodywork wants to help kickstart (or re-start) your health journey.
Reformation has partnered with holistic and natural practitioners from across the industry to host a Holistic Health & Wellness Expo on Sun., July 10, 2022 from 11 a.m.-4 p.m. at 930 S. Bell Blvd., Cedar Park. The expo will showcase techniques and practices that aim to improve attendees’ health and well-being.
Holistic treatments, like massage, will be showcased at the festival. | Photo provided by @michaelaleung__
Here’s what to expect:
The lineup of holistic experts includes:
Reiki master and herbalist Toni Maurice-Milburn and adaptive yoga teacher Tabarus James will share the benefits of healing both mind and body — leading to a more pain-free life.
Ashia Walker, a licensed massage therapist specializing in medical and rehabilitation massage, will discuss the benefits of massage and dispel common misconceptions and myths about the practice.
Wellness and nutritionist coach K. LaFleur Anders will give tips and advice on making and processing better life choices.
Doula LaShae Gregory will discuss women’s health and choices for pre- and post-partum care.
Robin Johnson is a trauma master and will discuss how to deal with trauma.
Motivational speaker Archie J. Jenkins will speak to inspire attendees in all aspects of life. Using his own story of a wrongful conviction, Archie uses his platform to show that you can turn your life around and make dreams a reality with hard work + dedication.
Tickets are $20 (available online or at the door).
Kids are welcome (Kids under 5 are free, tickets for kids ages 6-12 are $10).
Vendors will be selling all-natural products, food, treatments, hand-crafted gifts + more.
This family-friendly event will also feature a moon bounce house.
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