The trade show is being held Oct. 21 and Oct. 22 at the Heritage Inn from 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
The Passport to Wellness trade show and exhibition is set to take place on Saturday, Oct. 21 and Sunday, Oct. 22 at the Heritage Inn.
Event organizers look to make this the premier health and wellness exhibition in the province.
With a focus on health and well-being spanning a lifetime, all ages and lifestyles will be represented and there’s something for everybody.
“This showcase for health and wellness is like using your compass to find the wellness needs that fulfill each of your individual needs,” explained Michelle Power with Fit 4 Life Moose Jaw, who is one of the organizers for the event.
The exhibition gives local businesses and practitioners a great opportunity to demonstrate their work and spread awareness of their services. Designed as a one-stop opportunity event, anyone seeking to learn more about health and wellness is invited to stop by and see what Moose Jaw and area has to offer.
Many who attend are likely to discover a new business in the area that they never knew existed.
Vendors come from a wide array of backgrounds and specialties, and together they represent the mind, body, and spiritual aspects of well-being. Their goal is to help you stay in the best possible health and state of mind during your personal journey.
The event aims to include around 40 vendors, and most spots have already been filled.
One of the confirmed vendors is Fit 4 Life in Moose Jaw.
Fit 4 Life is a unique fitness company designed exclusively for women’s fitness needs. The company allows women to reach their fitness goals in a supportive and educational environment. They also host a specialized 30-minute program designed to speed up metabolism, burn fat, and help with weight loss. More information can be found by calling Fit 4 Life at 306-693-5239.
Teafluent is another confirmed vendor and is a small independent tea shop operating out of Regina, Sask. The shop supplies premium loose-leaf tea at an affordable price.
Featuring a wide selection of black, green, oolong, rooibos, chai, and white teas, the shop states that its tea is made with natural, local ingredients. More information can be found online at TeaFluent.ca.
Beltone Hearing Care Centre is also on board and is dedicated to help improve hearing for those in need. Professionals at Beltone state that one in five Canadians need a hearing aid but don’t currently have one, and that’s one issue the company seeks to address.
The company has been providing its service for more than 80 years and is based out of Moose Jaw. More information can be found online at Beltone.ca.
Nucleo Genex claims to be the only company that can formulate a precise nutritional supplement that is unique to your own genetic markers. Nucleo Genex states that you can save money by taking only the supplements that you need.
A few additional vendors have also been confirmed.
Wellness News Choices for Healthy Living helps small health and wellness businesses advertise wellness products and services.
Motion provides accessibility products including wheelchairs, walkers, and stair lifts.
Mulberry Estates provides an independent living community for adults aged 55 and over. Services include nutritious dining options, senior activities, and scheduled transportation.
Neora provides age-defying skincare and wellness products.
Norwex provides microfiber cleaning products designed for home cleaning and personal care.
Vendors are still being accepted for the trade show and can register up to the deadline of Oct. 21 when the show takes place.
To register as a vendor, contact [email protected].
The event will also feature a speaker’s corner, which can be thought of as “an event within an event” according to Power. For the speaker’s corner, four presentations will be made each day and spots can be booked on the hour.
The speaker’s corner allows select vendors to showcase their service and talk for around 15 minutes about the health-giving benefits they can offer and some deeper insights into their product. St. John’s Ambulance is one of the vendors scheduled to give a presentation.
The Passport to Wellness event will be held at the Heritage Inn in Moose Jaw, located at 1590 Main Street North.
The event will be open on both days, Saturday Oct. 21 and Sunday Oct. 22, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Tickets cost $10.00 and can be purchased at the door or in advance, and door prizes will be available. Children aged 12 and under can enter free of charge.
To purchase your tickets in advance, contact Michelle Power at 306-693-5239. She can also be reached at [email protected].
More information can be found on the Facebook page for the event, Facebook/Passport to Wellness.
“To live your best life is the aim of the organization,” said Power. “If we don’t have our health, then what do we have?”
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