Kansas City Yoga & Healing Arts Festival

By | November 28, 2012

yogaIf you didn’t make it this year plan on it for 2013, as the Kansas City Yoga & Healing Arts festival is an amazing opportunity to celebrate good health and the healing arts. Blair Stover encourages you to invite those friends of yours who are fitness fanatics, as well as those who are ready to simply improve their health. Take a look at what you missed!

Held at InBliss Yoga on Waukomis Drive in Kansas City. The cost was only ten dollars per person and was designed with a variety of individuals in mind.

The main goal of the event was to assist people in taking in differing healing modalities and giving new things a try. After all, how many people do you know partake regularly in yoga or one of the more obscure healing arts? The festival gave attendees the chance to try all of the many things you have always wanted to try, including chair massages, yoga, and acupuncture.

Other more relaxing elements were offered as well, such as energy healing, Angel healing, or Tarot Readings. For ten dollars, the chance to try so many different healing arts is not only a great investment financially but mentally as well as individuals were able to find those arts that did, and did not, work for them.

With a raffle featuring prizes form local vendors, clothing available from Eclektic Bliss, and Flannery designer jewelry displayed and available as well, the festival had something sure to fit numerous tastes. Attendees were able to get some holiday shopping done and purchase meaningful gifts to promote a healthy lifestyle to their loved ones.

Did you make it out to the festival this year? Tell us what you thought!

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