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Reiki Energy International expands July Health Fair
From press release
Reiki Energy International has expanded its inaugural REI Health Fair & Expo at the Clock Tower Resort July 10 to accommodate an increasing number of vendor requests.
The event, to be held in the Wallingford Center from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., will now feature 60 to 65 exhibitors.
The REI Health Fair and Expo will feature heath-conscious sponsors and vendors showcasing health benefits, services and products as well as offering symposiums on current health issues. The free fair will include local and national businesses and is designed to build a more health-conscious community. The symposiums will be held in a separate meeting room and feature the topics of Childhood Nutrition, Parental Stress Relief, Preventive Health and The Benefits of Reiki.
In-kind sponsors already secured for the REI Health Fair & Expo include the four Nutrition Works health care stores in the Rock River Valley, WNIJ Radio, The Clock Tower Resort and The Rock River Times. Numerous vendors and speakers already have been secured, including SwedishAmerican Holistic Health Services, Choices Natural Market, Miller Eye Care, Living Whole & Healthy, Northern Illinois Hospice & Grief Center, National Alliance for Mental Illness, MP Heating & Cooling, Inc., B-Extreme Fitness Pro Center, Rockford Karate Club, Pranic Healing Center of Chicago, Rock Valley College, Open Range Products of Pecatonica and MonaVi Drinks, as well as massage therapists, reflexologists, holistic chiropractors and other health care practitioners.
“This will be a convergence of Eastern and Western modalities as well and the latest products, technologies and services,” said Richard Gubbe, president of the board of directors of Reiki Energy International.
Reiki Energy International is organized exclusively for charitable and educational purposes, including the distribution of energy healing services to individuals and organizations.
The organization’s primary goal is to encourage greater awareness of Reiki energy work throughout the local and surrounding areas. Membership is open to documented Reiki providers throughout the world. REI promotes the education and awareness of Reiki through a not-for-profit structure. REI also serves as a certification agent for Reiki degrees and lineages.
Reiki is the Tibetan form of hands-on energy healing that is used clinically around the world to accelerate the body’s healing process. This use of energy healing is gaining acceptance in the CAM (Complementary and Alternative Medicine) field and is now considered part of the standard of care in many health institutions.
For more information about REI or Reiki, visit: www.reikienergyinternational.com.
From the May 19-25, 2010 issue