Body & Soul event for women June 4

Check out Burlington Post’s article on INCITE’s upcoming Body & Soul Event for ALL women! Tickets on sale 2-for-1 until May 30th! ($10) or $12 at door (pp). Free massage, Reiki treatments, psychic readings, etc. Vendors, loot bags, silent auction, demos, prizes, shopping, education and much more! Wed June 4, 6-9 pm at The Centre for Skills Development & Training, 860 Harrington Ct, Burlington. Purchase your tickets in advance and save! Thank you to Acorn Family Health and Evolove for sponsoring the event! Vendors: Kathy Gloge, Jewellery and Spiritual Items Dynak Slawomir, Pychic Readings Michelle Cassidy of Spiritual Funk Darla, Arbonne Andrea Maxim, Naturopathic Doctor Jane Green, Nerium Skin Care Christine NG of No Allergies Please! Lana of Cherokee Lotus, Reiki practioner/Intuitive guide, Spiritual Items Kelly Cambly, Massage, Reiki Pamela Robinson of Evolove, Reiki, Angel Card Readings Laura Petty of Breathe Deep, Reiki Acorn Family Health, Chiropractor, Massage, Acupuncture, Naturopath, Physiotherapy, Footcare, etc. Anya, Reiki Dr Oksana Sawiak of Integrated Wellness & Detox Centre Dorothy Birkes & Lisa D’Alessandro of Nutrilite Leanne of Pathway To Clarity, Reiki and Black Pearl Monika Pimm of Breast Thermography Canada Catherine Doyle of South Hill Designs

Beth Hudson

Executive Director

INCITE A Single Moms Support Group

The Bay Learning Centre
860 Harrington Court, Suites 160 & 161
Burlington, ON L7N 3N4
Tel: 905.333.3499, Ext 158


Tuesdays 9:30 am – 4:00 pm

Wednesdays 4:00 – 8:00 pm

Thursdays 9:30 am – 4:00 pm

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