Natural Living Expo Offers Workshops, Shopping and More




The 11th annual Natural Living Expo, one of New England’s largest holistic health and wellness events, will return to Marlborough’s Best Western Royal Plaza and Trade Center on November 11 and 12. The annual event which attracts guests, exhibitors and speakers from across the country expects to draw more than 9,000 attendees, with 275 exhibitors and 90 workshops.

The event also provides shopping opportunities for holistic wellness products, natural beauty care, fair trade goods from around the world, local artisan jewelry, clothing, cards and more. In addition, attendees enjoy a Free Sample Bar of sample-size natural and organic foods and beverages, beauty care items, vitamins/supplements, healthcare and pet products from more than 50 natural brands.

Attendees of the two-day event will have full access to workshops which include yoga, movement and meditation sessions, alternative medicine and weight loss/ healthy living workshops and much more; all presented by leaders in the holistic field, including Metrowest Thermal Imaging. In between workshops and browsing exhibits, guests can enjoy a Healthy Foods Tent with breakfast, lunch and dinner options. The tent will also feature vegan, vegetarian and gluten-free choices, as well as healthy Thai, Greek, Mexican, beverages and dessert specialty vendors.

Cost: Weekend admission $12 in advance online, and $15 at the door. Kids under 12 years old are free. Free re-admission on Sunday is available with your wristband. Onsite parking is free. Location: 181 Boston Post Rd. W., Marlborough. Visit NaturalExpo.org for discounts, weekend accommodation recommendations and additional information about speakers and exhibitors.

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