One stop shop for alternative therapy

By Claire Tennyson

FOR one day only the King’s Hall will be transformed into an Aladdin’s Cave of all things spiritual.

The South Belfast venue will play host to the very first New Age Psychic and Holistic Fair on Saturday 28th April.

Medium to the stars Lydia Lyne, will be giving readings at the event.

In her career, Lydia has claimed to have helped police with high profile cases in ‘ghost hunt’ style investigations. She has also appeared on the X Factor, Richard and Judy, Test the Nation as well as doing stage shows.

Other psychics, mediums, clairvoyants, readers and spiritualists will be available for readings, tarot cards, angel cards, reading auras, palm reading and much more.

Alongside the spiritualists there will be holistic practitioners carrying out a range of treatments including reflexology, Indian head massages, full body massage therapy, reiki, metamorphic technique and aromatherapy oils amongst many other treatments.

Speaking to the South Belfast News, Event Co-ordinator, Lisa Curry, said: “We are very excited to launch the first New Age, Psychic and Holistic Fair in South Belfast.

“This really promises to be an event to uplift and inspire people.

“This is a one stop shop for people searching for alternative therapies for the mind, soul and body.”

She continued: “People need to take their health and well being seriously in this stressful modern life.

“This event will give people the time out to concentrate on themselves and see the alternative choices that are available.”

Lisa concluded: “We are also offering free talks on many topics so that if you are interested in learning more about a particular topic this is the event that you should attend because there really is something for everyone.”

There will be a number of New Age and Craft trade stalls selling candles, gifts, crystals, incense, books, aromatherapy items, gemstone jewellery, feng shui items and mystical gifts.

The fair will take place from 10:30am-6pm. Admission is £3 and there will be parking facilities inside the grounds of the King’s Hall.

 

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