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Feng Shui, Essential Oils, and Other Alternative Therapies to Discover in Singapore

The Heart Mind Body Festival

City living in Singapore can be stressful. If you’re looking for suitable therapies that may provide you and your family with a muchneeded health boost, then stop by the Heart Mind Body Festival this April.

The biannual health and wellbeing fair returns to the Suntec Convention and Exhibition Centre from April 15-17, 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. each day. This year, it will showcase 41 vendors that specialise in organic products; essential oils and supplements; meditation and yoga; crystals, gemstones and jewellery; personal development and life coaching and more. Find the full schedule and registration details here.

image: www.hmbfestival.com

Here are 4 alternative therapies you should explore.

1. Feng Shui

This Chinese philosophical system claims to examine how the placement of things in your home or office affects the environment’s energy flow. Daniel Ong explains further.

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Website: http://www.85metaphysics.com

2. Essential Oils

Extracted through steam distillation and cold-pressing, essential oils are more than just nice scents in a bottle. When used the right way, these oils can be useful for oral care or even home cleaning and disinfecting. Sign up for this workshop by Young Living to learn more.

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Website: http://www.youngliving. com/

3. Meditation

Studies show that meditation may help lower blood pressure and amp up your immune system. Heartfulness explains how to begin.

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Website: http://www.heartfulness.sg

4. Reiki

This Japanese practice is believed to help with stress reduction and relaxation. Parag Pattani delves into Reiki’s inner workings and techniques.

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Website: http://www.reikihut.wordpress.com

Heart Mind Body Festival

1 Raffles Blvd, Singapore 039593
15-17 April 2016, 11am-8pm
Website: www.hmbfestival.com

By Hazel Joanne Vincent de Paul, The Finder, March 2016

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