REVIEW – Day 1 Body and Soul Fair, Assembly Rooms

The Body and Soul Fair opened today in George Street’s Assembly Rooms. 

Chrissie Astell is one of the well known names that were in attendance today and is conducting a workshop tomorrow (additional cost to entry fee).  I enjoyed her talk today on Angel cards and readings and many people enjoyed their one-to-one sessions with her. 

Personal session with Chrissie

There was a lovely atmosphere in the room today as stalls were occupied by mediums, therapists alongside gift stalls.  The cafe was extremely popular with its’ vegetarian sandwiches and wraps alongside their wonderful home baking (gluten free options). 

I enjoyed wandering from stall to stall and was drawn to have a past life regression experience with Paul Williamson.  It’s the first time I have ever ventured into this area and although it was a brief 20 minute session, I apparently lived a past life as a male somewhere near water and a beach – but most interesting was that I had servants all around me. 

I spoke with Murray Cornish who runs Healing Place who offers SourceSTAR sessions of healing and he explained the background to me.  No hard sell from Murray but he’s got such great energy around him, you want to hear more and what he can offer.  People were booking in for taster sessions with him and leaving very relaxed. 

Murray Cornish

I also had a session with Lorraine from Light Within who drew me  portrait whilst offering spiritual guidance which was very interesting and offered results relevant to my life at the moment.  

Spiritual guidance and portrait

Taster sessions available

Everyone was offering taster sessions of their therapy or treatment with some more reasonably priced than others, but great to try a variety out at one time before deciding what is beneficial to you.  I had never heard of Rolfing before and also learnt about ‘The Craig Technique’. 

Well worth a visit tomorrow and if you can’t make it this time, there is another Body and Soul Fair in October 2010 at the same location. 

Suitable for disabled?  Yes, there is lift access to the main hall and everything is on one level. 

Wonderful savoury snacks and home baking

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