Learn How to Keep Body and Mind Healthy at Health Festival

Healthy Body Healthy Mind – a Health Festival is being organised by Henley Town Council in conjunction with The Bell Surgery this Saturday, 21 September between 11.00-3.00pm in the Town Hall and Market Place.

A series of talks and demonstrations will take place in the Town Hall regarding health and well-being for all ages.  The event is kindly being sponsored by Spire Dunedin.

Jennifer Benavidez, an international dance teacher who teaches weekly Wednesday night SALSA classes at Revolution de Cuba Reading, will be opening the event doing Salsa dancing!

The full programme of talks is listed below:








Fitness Space will be going a FITNESS TALK AND DEMONSTRATION

Sue Turner (Candela Clinical Hypnosis) will talk about Hypnotherapy and Neuro Linguistic Programming and how it can help reframe your thinking and motive you to live a fulfilling and happy life.

Rekha Kapoor – Inspire Health Knowledge – demonstrating MINDFULNESS TECHNIQUES AND FREE MINDFULNESS WORKSHOP

Isabelle Brough – Better Balance in Six Exercises class, based on Dynamic Aging, by Katy Bowman

International Day of Peace so join in some ‘HEARTFULNESS’ MEDITATION at the Henley Practice, Greys Road Car Park.

The Kenton Theatre are also hosting a coffee morning between 10-12 noon for people who would like to become a volunteer – a great way of getting out of the house and meeting people.

Participants include charities, support groups, gyms, walking groups, alternative medicine, Bell Surgery GP support, self-help groups. With offers, live demos, taster workshops, and talks on a variety of interesting and health related topics.

Stands will be in the Town Hall and Market Square celebrating all that is available in Henley to help everyone is this high pressure busy world that we live in.