Holistic Healing and Metaphysical Expo in Reading




Radiant Light Holistic Healing and Teaching Center invites people of like mind and heart to the Holistic Healing and Metaphysical Expo, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on March 3 and from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on March 4, at the Riveredge Restaurant Grand Ballroom, in Reading.

More than 70 exhibitors at the expo will offer services including chiropractic care, Shamballa healing, ion foot cleanse, hypnotherapy, massage, Reiki, Ascended Master attunements and intuitive readings. Products for healthy living will also be available, including energy jewelry, spirit art, aromatherapy, therapeutic oils, meditation tools, healthy gifts, books, crystals and gems.


Free lectures will be held on both days. Admission is $6 per day. Riveredge is located at 2017 Bernville Rd., in Reading. For more information contact Sylvia Seward at 610-921-3985 or visit RadiantLightCenter.com. Vendor booths may still be available.

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