The Awaken Wellness Fair, the Big Body-Mind-Spirit-Wellness Expo, Returns to Tarrytown November 21
Awaken Fair 2019
Awaken Fair Returns to Tarrytown In-Person
The Awaken Wellness Fair, a major expo focused on green living and body-mind-spirit wellness, will return to Tarrytown on November 21. Founder and CEO Paula Caracappa says she’s expecting an electric atmosphere, as this is the first in-person Awaken Fair in the area since the pandemic began.
“It’s really a party,” she says. “We always bring along the best exhibitors, including speakers, healers, vendors and readers. People have been asking and asking for the Awaken Fair in Westchester and New York City. It’s so gratifying to see the enthusiasm—there’s clearly a big pent-up demand. These past 18 months have been very hard on people, nowhere more so than in the New York area. I am so pleased to be offering a day of peace, relaxation and soothing connection.”
Among the longtime favorite experts appearing at the Awaken Fair will be “the Blood Detective,” Michael Wald D.C., who will be giving a full day of talks on a variety of health subjects at no additional cost; Westchester Brain and Body, which will be providing aura hand scans; and Beautiful Tibet, showcasing accessories and clothing handmade by women in India, Tibet and Nepal.
This year’s lineup will also include new exhibitors, such as Shiny Stuff Gifts, featuring a wide array of sterling silver jewelry; sanastaWellness, which offers therapeutic aromatics; and Third Wolf Designs, whose creations are rooted in “symbolism, depth and intention,” Caracappa says.
“The Awaken Wellness Fairs educate people about the many paths to a healthy body, mind and spirit that are available in today’s world,” she says. “We include ancient techniques as well as amazing cutting-edge technologies.” Experienced practitioners in Reiki and other energy-healing techniques will be offering mini-sessions, so guests can “sample” them affordably, she says.
Guests will be required to follow New York State’s Covid regulations, which currently only require masks. Regulations are subject to change.