If you’re into your alternative therapies, passionate about health and wellbeing or trying to regain a sense of inner calm, make sure you head to Poole Lighthouse for the fourth annual Holistic Festival on 24 – 25 February 2018.
If you’re into your alternative therapies, passionate about health and wellbeing or trying to regain a sense of inner calm, make sure you head to Poole Lighthouse for the fourth annual Holistic Festival on 24 – 25 February 2018. This enlightening event attracts well over 100 exhibitors and stands offering therapies and healing to try, information and advice to improve health and fascinating workshops and discussions.
The daytime event is held across The Lighthouse’s main concert hall, function rooms and performance spaces and offers a packed programme of music, mediumship, zero balancing, spiritualism, various forms of healing and wellbeing practice.
You’ll find Chinese massage rubbing shoulders with creative colouring sessions, transformational Shamanic healing, pendulum dowsing and tuning fork vibrational energy medicine! The event is also running sessions for children including meditation, Reiki, colouring, potion making and crystals workshops.
On the Saturday night there’s a separate ticketed event offering an evening of clairvoyance courtesy of The Spirit Sisters with Greg Smith and Spirit Artist Patrick Gamble.
The third Holistic Festival 2017
In 2017 this insightful event welcomed 100 exhibitors offering therapies for visitors to try and advice to nurture and boost their physical and mental state.
The Lighthouse Holistic Festival always provides a packed programme of talks, featuring talented speakers such as celebrity astrologers, authors, past life therapists, teachers and mystics.
The event is a real melting pot of influences and arts, from Shakti dancing and shamanic drumming to the art of mindfulness, crystal therapy to acupuncture and sound therapy. With activities for the kids and an evening show too, the Lighthouse Holistic Festival is an engaging extravaganza for the whole family.
Ticket prices (2017)
|Students / Under-18s||£10|