The Marquette Holistic Health Fair was recently held at Northern Michigan University’s Northern Center, providing stress-relieving services to the community. The event had 37 vendors offering a range of services from massages to energy work, and products such as crystals, soaps, and essential oils. According to the Event Coordinator Michelle Nichols, this event is a reboot of a former holistic health fair that had been running for approximately 20 years before being disrupted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Marquette Community Enjoys Holistic Health Fair at Northern Michigan University
The Marquette Holistic Health Fair was held on Saturday, offering the community an innovative stress relief event at Northern Michigan University’s Northern Center. This event is a revival of a formerly held holistic health fair in Marquette, paying homage to its 20-year history.
The fair showcased 37 vendors offering a variety of services including massage, energy work, and henna body art. The event aimed to emphasize the multi-dimensional aspects of health. Michelle Nichols, the Event Coordinator, stated that this year marked a fresh start for the fair post-COVID.
Along with the therapeutic services, attendees also had the opportunity to buy products such as crystals, soaps, and essential oils. The fair even featured a therapy dog to aid in calming attendees. The Marquette Holistic Health Fair thus provided a comprehensive offering for those interested in holistic health and wellbeing.
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