To bring more awareness to holistic healing and wellness, BodyLabUSA Wisconsin will be hosting a Holistic Healing and Wellness Fair this Saturday, Feb. 27 at the Lismore Hotel at 333 Gibson St.
Sandy and Dale Pocernich, owners of BodyLabUSA, created this event and others to encourage and educate people on holistic methods of healing in a welcoming, judgment-free zone.
“This is a place for people to learn and grow in these modalities,” Scott Rorek, a psychic medium to attend the event, said. “We are here to teach and to interact with people and help them experience it.”
The first 25 people that register get a goody bag from each of the vendors, Sandy Pocernich said.
“It’s a really nice goody bag,” Sandy Pocernich said. “You can get anything from gift certificates to stones and more.”
There will be 35 vendors from all different modalities, ranging from a psychic medium to healing therapists.
The following guest speakers will be presenting at the event:
Scott Rorek will have a gallery reading for $25 from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m.
Lisa Reining’s “Meet Your Animal Spirit Guides” will be read from 12 to 12:30 p.m.
Sandy Pocernich’s “Wellspring of Emotional & Mental Well-Being” from 1 to 1:30 p.m.
Angela Zabel’s “How do we create what we want in 2021” from 2 to 2:30 p.m.
Michelle L. Jacobson’s “Attracting Fae Folk to our Gardens” from 3 to 3:30 p.m.
Kim Weaver’s “Numerology” read from 4 to 4:30 p.m.
People can attend the event for one-on-one psychic readings to connect people to those who have died.
Each reading can last 10 to 30 minutes, depending on how long it takes to connect to people, help them figure out where their life is going and where their next steps will lead them, Rorek said.
“We try not to duplicate,” Dale Pocernich said. “We want everyone to see a great variety and really experience holistic healing.”
According to their event page, they also will be offering psychic, tarot and angel readings, aura photos, various types of energy healers, essential oils, crystals, stones and more.
“Stones, crystals and unique, handmade jewelry are some of the things that will be sold at the event,” Sandy Pocernich said.
Food will be on-site so people will not have to leave, Dale Pocernich said.
“We have [a lounge] so people can sit down and take a break,” Dale Pocernich said. “We really make it possible for people to stay all day if they want to.”
The event will start at 10 a.m. and go on until 5 p.m. There is a $5 entrance fee that gets people into the demonstrations, presentations and educational classes.
Following COVID-19, the event will be requiring and providing masks for those that don’t have one. They will also be having hand sanitizer at each entrance and at every vendor’s booth, Sandy Pocernich said.
“We will be following all regular rules on top of having plexiglass set up between each vendor, having tables six feet apart and we have a bigger venue so that we can ensure vendors are spread apart,” Sandy Pocernich said.
In the last two shows, there have been more newcomers, Dale Pocernich said. A lot more men, spouses and friends have come than he’s ever seen before.
This event is for people of all ages, Scott Rorek said.
“All of the vendors are super interactive and can share so much knowledge and understanding,” Rorek said. “The entire family can come and still have fun.”
If someone can’t make it to the event, they will be having another one the following weekend in Black River Falls. They’ve been doing these events for over a decade and will continue, hoping it works out and gets good responses from their guests, Sandy Pocernich said.
For more information, check out their Facebook page or call 715-832-2775.
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