Health and Wellness Expo draws a crowd in Glenwood
GLENWOOD SPRINGS ‹ The second annual Health & Wellness Expo held at the
Ramada Inn on Saturday, April 27, was well-attended, and vendors and
visitors were all smiles.
Along the halls and throughout the venue, conversation bubbled over as
visitors to the expo were able to ask questions, receive services and
develop new relationships with local wellness providers. A wide variety was
found at the expo, including massage, chiropractic, dental, nutritional
supplements, health coaching, art, energy healing, yoga, osteopathic
medicine, personal training and much more.
While the booths seemed to draw the most attention, workshops and seminars
were conducted throughout the day as well. Expo attendees were treated to
movement workshops in the form of yoga, chakra dancing, fitness workouts and
Positive comments were heard as people filed out of the Ramada at the end of
³It was a great success.² said Dr. Stephanie Stanfield, co-chair of the
event, ³We sold out of all of our booths, and the vendors were phenomenal.
The many participants with whom I spoke said it was a great opportunity to
get to know the natural health care providers that are in our valley.
³We had helpful volunteers that made sure the event ran smoothly,² she
added. ³All the participants got into the spirit of the event and everyone
had fun and learned something.²
More information about the Health & Wellness Expo can be found at
http://www.HealthandWellnessExpoGWS. com or on the facebook page at
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