Come visit me at the Spirit and Wellness Connection in Duluth, MN

 

If you’re anywhere in the Duluth, MN area on May 19th, come check this out!  You can stop by and visit me at my booth.

The Spirit & Wellness Connection is a one-day holistic event providing local expert speakers, practitioners, and product providers to share their alternative approaches to well-being. Featuring 12 speakers and a vendor Marketplace, this event is bringing together alternative healthcare practitioners, wellness coaches, intuitive mediums, energy healers, herbalists, artists, and more.

There is something for everyone and this is the place to discover more about meditation, yoga, reiki, energy medicine, food allergies, herbal medicine, quantum touch, buddhism, nutrition, and so much more! Vendors will be providing essential oils, rocks and crystals, hand-crafted jewelry, pottery, astrology readings, intuitive readings, akashic record consults, reiki and free chair massage.

Come to learn, ask questions, meet like-minded people and support this growing community! Entrance fee is only $7 and gives you access to all these experienced and compassionate providers.

There will also be a panel discussion of practitioners conducted during a live podcast hosted by Judy Breuer from Wellness Renaissance.

The venue is the Radisson Hotel Duluth with lots of FREE and EASY parking in there parking ramp. See the speaker lineup and learn more on their website: www.SpiritWellnessConnection.com.

Website:  www.SpiritWellnessConnection.com

Facebook:  @SpiritWellnessConnection

Why Black Locust, you ask?

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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Robinia pseudoacacia, commonly known in its native territory as black locust, is a medium-sized deciduous tree native to the southeastern United States, but it has been widely planted and naturalized elsewhere in temperate North America, Europe, Southern Africa and Asia and is considered an invasive species in some areas.

I have always felt a connection to this tree, as it grew (proliferated!) on a sunshine-filled hillside on a property I once owned.  I went there often to meditate, and enjoy the peace and solitude.  Although this tree is considered an invasive species, and has a somewhat uninviting name, I went against basic business marketing principles, and named my business Black Locust Consultations anyway.  Why, you ask?  Because I asked my Akashic Records and they agreed it was a fine name. 

The dark blue-green compound leaves with a contrasting lighter underside give this tree a beautiful appearance in the wind and contribute to its grace.