Monroeville expo focuses on healing for mind, body, spirit |

Monroeville expo focuses on healing for mind, body, spirit

Shirley McMarlin
Reiki practitioners will be among more than 100 vendors and service providers at the third annual Mindy Body Spirit Healing Expo Sept. 28-29 at Monroeville Convention Center.

At least 110 vendors and service providers will participate in the third annual Mind Body Spirit Healing Expo on Sept. 28-29 in the Monroeville Convention Center.

Set for 10 a.m.-6 p.m. both days in the center’s south hall, the expo will feature exhibits, mini-lectures, seminars and attractions.

Practitioners and vendors will offer information on and products for holistic living, crystals and stones, nutrition, health and wellness, Reiki, detox, energy healing, CBD, hemp, naturopathy, meditation, alternative medicine, yoga, acupuncture, reflexology, animal healing, the paranormal and more.

Healers, body workers, psychics, mediums and energy workers also be on hand to perform their services.

The wide range of information session topics include plant-based foods, healing emotions with flowers, vibrational sound healing, spirituality, intuition, energy and even recent mysterious encounters in Pennsylvania.

Special attractions will include a 40-by-40-foot walkable labyrinth, a Himalayan salt room and an Intention Garden for quiet meditation.

Compassionate Clinics of America and Greenleaf Compassion will offer medical marijuana card certification for $99. Interested parties must bring medical records and register in advance or register at the expo.

Admission of $10 per day, or $15 for a weekend pass, includes all exhibits, mini-lectures, seminars and attractions. The Pittsburgh Medium Marjorie Rivera gallery reading is an additional $40.

The expo is produced by Simon Event Management.

Details: 724-837-4223 or

Shirley McMarlin is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Shirley at 724-836-5750, [email protected] or via Twitter .

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