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Awaken Fair Offers Holistic Nourishment


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ealers, speakers, read- ers, vendors and anyone in need of holistic nourish- ment are invited to feed their body, mind and spirit at the Awaken Wellness Fair, taking place Saturday, April 20 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Doubletree Hotel in Tarrytown, NY. The biggest such expo north of NYC, the Awaken Fair educates the public about advancements in complementary and holistic health, with a focus on personal growth and metaphysics. According to event organizer Paula Caracappa, founder of PPC Group LLC, the Fair will feature an array of exhibitor booths offering crystal, gemstones, Reiki-infused jewelry, natu- ral and botanical cosmetic products, and healthy foods and supplements. There will also be intuitive readings and Akashic Records reviews, tarot cards and crystal readings. “Appoint- ments are already being booked for the ever-popular medium, Adam Bernstein,” Caracappa says. “Curious minds can take in lessons on pranic healing, exploring past lives, and how to create resilience both personally and within the family.” More than 20 lectures are scheduled for the hotel’s Speakers Rooms. Guests can visit AwakenFair.com ahead of time to create a personalized itinerary based on lectures, healers and holistic exhibitors of particular interest to them. “Those who choose to pre-register online can also pre-book appointments with their favorite readers and healers,” Caracappa says. Admission is $10 online through April 17, or $15 at the door.


The Tarrytown Doubletree Hotel is located at 455 North Broad- way. The first 500 attendees will receive a free, colorful, eco- friendly reusable shopping bag for holding goodies, information and coupons. Tickets are available online at AwakenFair.com; exhibitors can sign up at ThePractitioners.com. See ad, page 17.


Kava King Products Introduces New Natural Products


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raditional beverages made from the root of


the kava plant, native to the South Pacific, have been consumed for thousands of years by indigenous island- ers to promote natural re- laxation. Kava King Products, Inc., based in Ormond Beach, Florida, is introducing a line of natural products containing kava, used for its calming effect in countering stress and anxiety. Supporting research of high quality kava’s safety and beneficial efficacy appeared in Planta Medica, The Journal of Medicinal Plant and Natural Product Research, in 2010. The company’s instant kava drink mixes are available in


six flavors: Vanuatu Blend, Berry Blend, Cocoa Blend, Va- nilla Shake, Berry Shake and Cappuccino Shake. Made from kava roots sourced from the island of Vanuatu, they feature a patented micronization process that makes them easy to mix, with no filtering needed. Kava King Products also offers a Kava Dark Chocolate Bar that blends rich, chocolate taste with the kava experience. Other natural products include Tamanu and Nangai


Treatment Oils, described by company representative Todd Hotaling: “Tamanu oil can help heal old and new scars and can also be used for extremely dry skin to aid smoothness, firmness and hydration. Nangai oil is best known for its anti-inflammatory properties, and may help alleviate joint pain. Both oils make exceptional hair conditioners—Tamanu makes the hair softer and Nangai gives it a beautiful shine.”


For more information, call 1-800-638-0082 or visit Facebook.com/KavaKingFans or KavaKingProducts.com. See ad, page 15.


PERFECT WEEKEND


HAVE A


YOGA BASICS Weekend Retreat with Edward Jones, E-RYT, Master Teacher under Cyndi Lee, October 4th - 6th


LIVE THE DANCE: A Moving Meditation & Celebratory Dance Weekend with Kimberly Miguel Mullen, Dance Ethnologist, June 7th - 9th


Events held at the Won Dharma Center in Hudson, NY


To learn more about these events and 22-Day Intensive Yoga Teacher Trainings, visit recharge-retreats.com or email liz@recharge-retreats.com


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