Being healthy isn’t just about eating our vegetables and brushing our teeth – it’s about more than that. The organizers of the WholeExpo in Durango, Colorado believe that health is a holistic pursuit that involves mind, body and spirit. The expo brings together many different services, businesses and individuals that promote healthy and holistic living as well as ecological awareness.
This event takes place in Durango on the weekend after Labor Day – September 12 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and September 13 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. The entrance fee is $5, which is good for both days. This fee covers admittance to the entire expo as well as the basic seminars and workshops. If you have a valid student ID, you can get in for $2. Admission is free for children 12 and under.
A History Of Healing
The Four Corners region has a long history of holistic healing, reaching back to over two thousand years ago when the ancient Pueblo Indians lived on this land. They used natural and spiritual healing practices that were connected to the earth and the world around them. We can still see the way that they lived in the area's architecture, most notibly in the Mesa Verde cliff dwellings.
These days, Durango is still considered a destination of holistic healing- a place to rejuvenate and transform yourself. Many people come to this region for relaxation and recuperation so that they can heal themselves while surrounded by the stunning mountain scenery. Durango and the surrounding region is home to many who practice spiritual healing arts and are passionate about these alternative medicines.
What To Expect
There will be many exhibits at the Whole Expo in 2019. Some of these include information about essential oils, cryotheraphy and sound healing. Visitors will also have a chance to sample superfoods, have a tarot reading, browse through many different spiritual products and pieces, such as teeshirts, jewelery, carvings, crystals and more.