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Start with The Art of Self Love on Sunday

By Riverine Herald

IF YOU want to nurture your physical, mental and spiritual health while raising money for the community, be sure not to miss an event on Sunday.

Echuca Family Acupuncture’s Dr Suzy McCleary together with local wellness advocate Liz Sefton from The Nourishing Home have joined forces to bring athlete and self love expert Kim Morrison to Moama Bowling Club.

The founder of Twenty 8 Essential Oils and author of The Art Of Self Love will share her story as well as the numerous challenges she has overcome in her life as well as provide a step-by-step guide to tackle the unknown curve balls life throws.

Dr McCleary said as an acupuncturist in Echuca, she sees a vast number of clients who were struggling physically and mentally.

‘‘Children and adults alike are looking for ways to improve their wellbeing and mental outlook,’’ she said.

‘‘An event such as this not only provides awesome support for those who attend on the day but also through the funds that we raise, we will be able to support the wider community, providing valuable workshops to local schools and sporting clubs.

‘‘Attendees will also be able to learn how the right foods, exercise, aromatherapy, low tox products, spiritual guidance, shiatsu massage and acupuncture can all play a vital role.’’

Ms Sefton said the event would be an opportunity to take some time out to feel truly connected with yourself and connect with like-minded people in the community.

‘‘We all go through ups and downs in life and this event will set you up with important tools and solutions to tackle life’s challenges with courage, grace, strength and dignity,’’ she said.

‘‘Plus it will be a fun day out as Kim’s presentations are always full of inspiration, authenticity, humour, high energy and a little cheekiness.’’

The event will also showcase exhibitors who can help people on their wellness journey, and include raffles and three prizes all valued at more than $800.

Proceeds raised from the event will support Love Me Love You Foundation, a non-profit organisation that provides interactive and engaging programs to help young adults to take control of their mental wellbeing and to live happier, more fulfilling lives.

Funds will go directly to Love Me Love You workshops to be delivered in the local region by trained facilitators based on real-life experiences.

The Art of Self Love will be held on Sunday, June 30, at 1.30pm at MBC’s The Venue.

Tickets can be bought at Echuca Family Acupuncture in High St or at eventbrite.com.au