Sat, 17 Sept|
Come along to Lochwinnoch's first ever Wellbeing Fair! You can meet therapists and practitioners, sample some treatments and buy wellness products. We'll even have a range of free workshops on offer. Click for more details of whats on offer.
Time & Location
17 Sept 2022, 12:30 – 16:00
McKillop Institute, Main St, Lochwinnoch PA12 4AJ, UK
About the event
At our Wellbeing Fair you'll find a range of products and services on offer from delicious holistic teas and herbal remedies to posture improving aids, and skincare products. There will also be free taster treatments on offer and several workshops to join inlcuding a sound bath, a talk on nutrician, a free yoga class - all free. And you'll be able to meet wellbeing practitioners and find out more about their therapies.
9.45 am - 12.15: Expressing Self Confidence Workshop Details
12.45 - pm - 2.00 pm: Lipeodema - Ever Heard Of It? (Free) Details
2.00 pm - 3.00 pm: Sound Healing Taster Session (Free) Details
2.15 pm - 3.30 pm: Yoga (Free) Details
TASTER TREATMENTS AND COACHING SESSIONS
Jane Simpson - Connected Alignment Treatment - Free Taster
Join Jane Simpson for a free taster treatment; Jane trained in Contemporary dance, improvisation at the Laban Centre.
She is a trained therapeutic massage / Thai yoga practitioner and has over 30 years experience synthesising many techniques from physical theatre, dance and healing arts. For the Festival Jane is offering taster treatments free (donations welcome) focusing on Alignment / Connection; Lying, Sitting , Standing, Walking.
Enjoy a lie down in the banana chair and receive a foot / head movement stretch to let go. Whole body relaxation and connection to breath. Sit and enjoy shoulder press and connect to your spine and centre. Stand up and connect into your feet Walk with more soft self awareness and feel GOOD. No booking required. Drop in on the day.
Thamma Thai Wellness - Mini Thai De-Stress (Head, Neck & Shoulder) Seated Massage
A chance to experience Thamma Thai Wellness' popular traditional Thai massage in a 15-minute treatment. Thai massage focuses on the sensib (energy lines which run throughout the body) using a variety of techniques, including the application of pressure by thumb, hand, and arm, and stretching. These techniques originated thousands or years ago and were developed to help ease the tired, sore bodies of farmers and labourers. Thamma believe a Thai body treatment is a valuable part of everyday life because it underpins our health and wellbeing. The Thai Head, Neck and Shoulder Massage is the perfect way to relieve tension, both physical and mental. The massage uses various techniques to reduce muscle tightness in the shoulders and neck and includes a relaxing head massage to lower stress levels.
No bookings required - drop in and meet one of the Thamma Team.
Diana Finn Soul Light Therapies - Angel Card Readings & Relaxing Hand Massage
Diana is a holistic massage Therapist who holds a healing space for every client. Diana is offering Angel Card readings and relaxing hand massage using lavender and rose oil or unscented natural wax. No booking required. Drop in on the day.
Lee McKinlay Holistic Therapies - Reiki and Reflexology Taster Sessions
Lee is a holistic Therapist from Lochwinnoch who offers a wide range of therapies and retreat days through her business Holistic Walks for You. Lee will be offering reiki and reflexology taster sessions on the day. No booking necessary - drop in.
Weegie Wellbeing - Reflexology, Oracle Card Readings, Indian Head Massage, Reiki & Health & Wellness Assessments/Guidance Taster Sessions
Saffron will be there on the day ready to offer her wide range of treatments. You'll be able to pop down on the day and speak to her about what wouold suit you.
We're excited to bring you the following vendors. We're still adding to this list...
The Green Herbalist
Pop along to the Fair and meet Suz; soon to open as a shop in Lochwinnoch, you'll be able to sample of of the herbal remedies for Humans and Pets she will be selling.
Tchai-Ovna House Of Tea
Martin is back again this year at the Feel Good Festival selling a beautiful range of herbal teas. You'll be able to be served one at the fair, ready to drink, or take them away as retail products.
Weegie Wellbeing is a very small social enterprise based in Lochwinnoch run by holistic therapist Saffron Mullen; If you haven't checked them out already, you'll love her pamper gift boxes, using Glasgow patter and humour as a way of delivering self-care and wellbeing. It is a very small social enterprise which is:
- Carefully sourcing products from small Glaswegian/Renfrewshire small businesses
- Giving back to the community offering free lifestyle and wellbeing orientated workshops (Sunny Govan Community Radio in January)
- Vegan, eco-conscious, sustainable, paraben and nasty free, as much as possibly available
We're so excited to have Wee Greens at our first ever Wellbeing Fair! Come down and speak to them about mircogreens, why theyre good for us, and howe we can eat them!
New Moon Sky
As we are living a faster life than ever some people are searching for an alternative ways to keep their mind and body at peace and balance. Many of us wants to try taking care of our mental health by spending few minutes a day on meditation or relaxation by small acts of self love. This makes us an opportunity to make and launch aromatherapy, natural beauty, crystal healing and esoteric jewellery products made not only to be pleasant to the eye but to also benefit your mental and spiritual side.
Lochwinnoch Soap Co
Natural Soap to help soothe problematic skin (psoriasis, eczema, acne, rosacea). Handmade made here in Lochwinnoch.
Once you have tasted this delicious raw honey, you will never forget it. Meet Tallat and her family and hear about the healing properties of their wide range of floral flavours.
Ellie Lappin says: “Elliegance is a eco and vegan friendly brand. I make vegan friendly soaps that are SLS free , the bath bombs are organic, vegan friendly.
All the body products are CPSR credited. The candles, wax melts are made with sustainable soy wax therefore kinder to the planet! The tins from the candles can be reused for example trinket tin? When the wax melts are spent and the wax has set back it can be composted. I make Reed diffusers for the home as too diffusers for the car. All the products used are plant based and vegan friendly, and all of the packaging is either compostable or recyclable.”
Magic Melts by Emma Sue
Emma will at this year's Fair with her wide range of hand made wax melts.
Body Shop At Home
Meet Susan and see her range of skincare and beauty products.
Daily Habit Change
Meet Colette and hear about the healing properties of CBD Oil.