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Bundaberg Health & Wellness Expo on this Sunday

Naturopaths at Zen on Elliott, Kellie Dexter and Wendy Lockwood, at the Bundaberg Health and Wellness Expo.

The Bundaberg Health & Wellness Expo is on again this Sunday and is shaping up to be better than ever.

With over 40 health and wellness stalls, free activities and workshops for the community to participate in, and a host of guest speakers talking about all things health, there will be something for everyone.

The Bundaberg Health & Wellness Expo is being held on Sunday 15 March from 7am til 2pm, alongside Shalom Markets, and will be located inside the sports stadium.

The Unity Drummers will be opening the Expo this year with a drumming demonstration at 7am.

There will be extra drums available for the community to participate in if they would like to.

Activities and workshops

Activities such as Yoga, Tai Chi, Meditation and Personal Coaching are available for the community to come and try, along with workshops on Aromatherapy and Permaculture.

To participate, all you need to do is turn up with a towel or yoga mat and a drink bottle to the session you are interested in and complete the registration.

Organiser Kellie Dexter from Zen on Elliot said there will be a special prize.

“We will be running an Ayurveda shirodhara demonstration, with one lucky expo visitor being chosen to experience this ancient form of relaxation,” Kellie said.

Many of the exhibitors will be offering expo specials, products and services for sale throughout the expo, such as massage.

“If you are interested in learning more about health and lifestyle solutions available in Bundaberg, make sure the expo is on your weekend to do list.

Entry to the Bundaberg Health & Wellness Expo is free, however The Cancer Council will be collecting donations at the door if you wish to donate towards a worthy cause.”

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  1. Is this wise? We’ve had our first COVID-19 case in Bundaberg and a gathering ban for events with over 500 to be put into place on Monday. Bundaberg is home to large aging population as well as those with pre-exisiting conditions who will the suffer the most from an outbreak. We should be doing the most we can to protect them.

    Remember, wash your hands, try to keep a metre minimum between you and others, and don’t shake hands.

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