A Holistic Approach To Wellbeing

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Dive into a weekend of wellness with soulful health hacks at the Conscious Life Holistic Wellness Festival. As Jolene Ogle discovers, it’s time to focus on your mind, body and soul.

Fresh and empowering, the Holistic Wellness Festival is an event that will turn even the most sceptical into a true believer. This is a curated festival bringing together all the best spiritual leaders and practitioners in the region to help you rejuvenate your mojo and reignite your entire divine being.

The Holistic Wellness Festival brings together all the various arms of holistic health, providing the most comprehensive weekend of wellness. The aim of the festival is to turn sick and tired into happy, healthy and whole.

Two whole days of clean, nourishing food will be paired with intuitive readings, massage, yoga, energy healing and a whole range of other natural health modalities. The talented tribe of teachers, coaches, readers and healers will be on hand to answer questions, interpret auras and recharge chakras.

There will also be fitness, food and dance demonstrations and plenty of opportunities to get your soul and body back in balance. A market hall is packed full of guilt-free retail therapy from superfood elixirs to angel oracles and everything in between.

In between sessions and shopping, you can relax and soak up the sunshine and sacred sounds while dining on tasty and healthy treats. The Holistic Wellness Festival is family-friendly with kids free to come along and enjoy the day. Tickets are on sale now and, once you’re through the gate, the entire activities program, as well as the uplifting ambience and positive vibes, are free!

Event details

When: Saturday 16 and Sunday 17 May from 9.30-4.30pm each day
Where: Venue 114, 114 Sportsmans Parade, Bokarina
Tickets: From $10 per day or $15 for a weekend pass (plus booking fee)

About the Author /


Jolene has worked in the local media industry for more than five years. She is now a small business owner, mother to one sassy toddler and a newborn baby and loves to share stories about Noosa from its glorious food scene to the inspiring people.

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