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Former corporate executive, Rachel Aldridge. Former corporate executive, Rachel Aldridge.
15 December 2019 Posted by 

Inaugural Health and Wellness Expo attracts 40 professionals

RESIDENTS no longer need to trek to the health meccas of Bondi, Byron or Bali to receive the best options of health and wellness.

Now, for the first time more than 40 local health professionals will be under the one roof at the inaugural Hills Wellness Expo, on Sunday, March 1.

The concept for the Hills Wellness Expo grew from ‘Healthy in the Hills’, a business group of local female health professionals. Since its creation three years ago, the group has grown to over 200 members.

The expo is a passion project of founder Rachel Aldridge, accredited naturopath and owner of local business, In Natures Hands.

“The Hills really has such a plethora of high-quality, qualified health professionals, and I wanted to bring a selection of these to life with the Hills Wellness Expo, via a free event for our community,” said Rachel.

Rachel sees the importance of collaboration across professions when it comes to supporting optimal wellness.

“Often it’s crucial to take a holistic view of our health, which means developing a good team around us when we are on a journey to get our health back into balance,” said Rachel.

The Hills Wellness Expo will be held at Castle Hill RSL on March 1st from 9am until 4pm in the Lyceum–bringing  together over 40 of the Hills health professionals, including areas of naturopathy, nutrition, kinesiology, myotherapy, massage, mindset coaching, yoga, Pilates, acupuncture, aromatherapy, physiotherapy, chiropractic, homeopathy, Bowen therapy, Chinese medicine and counselling.

The event will consist of exhibitor stands, allowing the community to come along and talk to the various health professionals and understand what it is they do. There will also be talks and demonstrations held throughout the day.

The event will also be an occasion for the Healthy in the Hills team to raise money for Hills Relay for Life, a charity they have supported foralmost four years. Western Sydney Business Access (WSBA) is a media opartner for the event.

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