The Autumn WellBeing Fair will be held at the Radisson Blu Waterfront Hotel over the weekend of 8th and 9th September 2012. Organised by WellBeing World, a membership body now with more than 75 wellbeing service provider members, the WellBeing Fair is the third such event to be held since the organisation was formed last year.
Earlier in 2012, WellBeing World organised Jersey’s first-ever 15-day WellBeing Festival comprising as many as 30 individual events held at WellBeing World member locations around the island including the Hotel de France, Grand Jersey, L’Horizon Hotel & Spa, the Ommaroo Hotel, and also the Jersey Opera House Studio. It also included the Spring WellBeing Fair, which was the Festival’s flagship event.
Internationally acclaimed musician, Robert Norton, was invited to Jersey as part of the Festival and audiences heard him play at the Spring WellBeing Fair, the Opera House Studio, and the Jersey Cheshire Home. Entitled ‘Live in Jersey’, a recording of the music Robert created during his visit has since been made into a CD and this will be available at the Autumn Fair.
“WellBeing means different things to different people, and can encompass exhilaration, inspiration, relaxation or simply calm and peace of mind. The dictionary definition talks about a satisfactory state of health, happiness, abundance and prosperity, and WellBeing World covers all of these things,” commented Founder and Director, Beverley Le Cuirot.
The Autumn WellBeing Fair will include Acupuncture, Chiropractic, Cognitive Hypnotherapy, Cosmetic Dental, Exclusive Hotel Spas, Facial Reflexology, Health and Beauty, Holistic Therapies, Nutritional Supplements, Organic Skin Care, Sport and Fitness, Statement Furniture, Music for Relaxation, Weight Management … and much more to relax, energise and make you feel good.
It will also introduce new members including the Jersey Squash and Racketball Club; Bowen Therapist, Antony Bryant and Chiropractor, Acupuncturist and Ergonomic Assessor, Grant Henderson. A Preview Day and a programme of Talks will be held on Saturday, 8th September (11am to 6pm), and the main exhibition day will be Sunday, 9th September (10am to 6pm).
Payable on the door, admission is £3; a weekend pass is £5; and children under 12 go free.
“We couldn’t be more pleased with the response we have received over the last year to our WellBeing events; to the WellBeing At Work initiatives we are involved with; and to our WellBeing Gives charitable fundraising.
“We would love to see it continue and go on to support the wellbeing of an increasing number of residents of Jersey, as well as the economy both in terms of local employment and also in promoting Jersey as a destination for wellbeing,” added Mrs Le Cuirot.
“Wellbeing is high on the global agenda and Jersey has a role to play in that too.” she said.
More information is available at www.wellbeing.je or contact Beverley Le Cuirot at Beverley@wellbeing.je or tel 07797 727 209.
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