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Halo Wellness Center Hosts its First Health Fair

Halo Wellness Center, in Marlton, will host its first Health Fair from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on November 5. The fair will bring together the region’s most trusted holistic professionals to improve health and encourage healing.

Among the fair’s unique experiences include spiritual guidance, kinesiology, massage, reflexology, crystal jewelry, organic henna art, aura readings, facials, essential oil readings and more. Guests will have the opportunity to purchase services and items directly from professionals. 

The entry fee provides participants with a chance to win a 60-minute reflexology session or an infrared sauna and salt room session. Additional parking for this event can be found in the grass lot adjacent to Halo Wellness Center.

Cost: $5. Location: 968 Rte. 73 S. For more information, call 856-574-4433 or visit ElevateYourHealth.com/classes-and-events/

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