Tickets on Sale for Healthy Lifestyle Event, Film Screening




Natural Awakenings is hosting The Revolution of Consciousness on September 24, at The Reggie Lewis Center, Roxbury Crossing. Early bird ticket pricing ends July 31 for the day-long expo which includes 100 exhibitors; the Bodywork Oasis, featuring a wide variety of hands-on body and energy workers; a diverse selection of workshops relating to mind-body medicine and higher consciousness; a 24-foot, seven-circuit labyrinth; food trucks; and an indoor local and healthy food café.

The event will wrap up with Boston’s premiere weekend screening of the soon-to-be-released 2017 documentary HEAL, a film about the power of the mind and the body’s natural ability to heal. Following the film, a panel discussion moderated by Natural Awakenings Publishing Corporation senior staff writer, Linda Sechrist, will take place and include the film’s producer, Adam Schomer, transformational healer, Rob Wergin and patients that have combined allopathic medicine with mind-body approaches to achieve full recovery.

Natural Awakenings Boston publisher Maisie Raftery says, “This is the most important film of our time. A masterful presentation of healings that can occur when the gap between allopathic and mindbody approaches is filled.”

Cost: $15 early bird/$25 through September 23/$30 at door. Location: 1350 Tremont St., Boston. For more details, visit TheRevolutionOfConsciousness.com.

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