Explore products and services designed to meet emotional, spiritual, and physical health needs at the first-ever Hill Country Spiritual Health Expo. The event is Feb. 12 from 11 a.m.-5 p.m. at Tea Thyme Cafe, 2108 U.S. 281 in Marble Falls. Admission is free.
Vendors will include tarot card readers, clairvoyant mediums, holistic counselors, body work experts, and others.
Supported by Tea Thyme Cafe and Burnet-based cannabidiol supplier Hempferu, the expo promises to be an eye-opener for residents in need of spiritual awakening.
“On the other side of the past years of challenging times with the pandemic isolation, people are looking for creative ways to not only get and stay healthy while discovering outlets for overall health, but looking for more inclusion and bridging the divide of differences so we can embrace our oneness,” Hempferu co-founder Robbie Bookheim said in a media release.
The expo aims to “spiritually harmonize” New Age spirituality with traditional religions such as Christianity, Judaism, Islam, Hinduism, and Buddhism.
A light food menu will be available and soft music will accompany guests as they traverse the path of spiritual enlightenment.