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One Spirit Holistic Fair Enters 8th Year

The One Spirit Festival will once again be held at the Clinton Community Center on May 6-7. The festival is celebrating its 8th year serving the needs of the community by providing a wide range of holistic practitioners, modalities and products that enable attendees to further their knowledge and experience of alternative and complimentary methods for a spectrum of issues in daily life. Meditation, crystals, massage therapy, vitamins and nutrition, essential oils and Reiki practitioners present alongside American handcrafts such as soap and creams, crystal jewelry, hand painted scarves, herbal wreaths, and handmade clothing.

      “We encourage healers to participate as well,” states organizer Christina Lynn Whited. “We have many types of healers here, from those who deal with emotions to Reiki masters. There are so many ways to approach the healing process, from energy workers to hands-on healers to massage therapists, and we are delighted that such an expansive group of healers and modalities are represented at One Spirit.”

      The One Spirit Festival also offers psychic readings from well known area readers. Michael Zaikowski, Joannie Eisinger, Ceceila Barndt, and Brenda Ivey will all be returning to offer information and connection through their gifts.

Location: 63 Halstead St, Clinton. Appointments with readers can be booked in advance online at OneSpiritFestival.org or by calling Whited at 908-638-9066.

 

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