A popular expo is set to return to Bathurst next weekend to enlighten the community of the importance of taking a step back from the daily grind to reconnect with the mind, body and spirit.
The Living Wellness and Psychic Expo, scheduled for Saturday, February 13 and Sunday, February 14 at Panthers Bathurst, will feature two days of workshops involving psychics, tarot card readers and spiritual healers.
Expo founder and owner Danielle Mickan said the workshops are run by some of the state's leading professionals in their chosen field.
"Many of our psychics are accredited through Psychic TV Australia, which highlights their skill at providing accurate readings for people looking to seek greater wisdom and clarity," Ms Mickan said.
"There will also be free stage presentations on both afternoons, as well as a host of retailers selling crystal jewellery, Tibetan bowls, medicine drums and many other unique gifts."
Next week's expo will be the sixth time the event has been held in Bathurst.
Ms Mickan said the event is open to anyone looking to adopt a spiritual approach to physical and mental wellbeing.
"There's no set demographic for the expo; it's there for everyone, from people seeking a desirable gift, to those looking to explore their own spirituality," she said.
The Expo was originally held at the Holy Trinity Church Hall in Kelso, but has since moved to Panthers to answer a growth in popularity.
"It's because of the community's support that we've been fortunate enough to expand into a two-day event," Ms Mickan said.
Ms Mickan said it's important to maintain a healthy wellbeing to cope with a busy lifestyle.
"For many people, life moves very fast, which is why it's essential to slow down and seek some quiet time for reflection," she said.
The expo will run from 10am to 5pm on the Saturday and 10am to 4pm on the Sunday. Children under 16 can enter for free with a paying adult.
For exhibitor and general enquiries, call 0466065348, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the event's Facebook page.