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Holistic Health Fair successful
By Ashlee Cox

President of the Barbados Reiki Association (BRA), Sharon Hurley-Hall, believes that Barbadians are taking more responsibility for their health and well-being.

Speaking to the Barbados Advocate at the second Holistic Health Fair, which was held on the grounds of the Harrison College, she noted that while the BRA had been running this health event since 1998, the event was since rebranded to introduce an expanded list of services.

“It has changed over the years. We started it as an event to introduce Reiki to the Barbadian public, but it has expanded to include more complementary therapies and it was a ‘complementary health day’… and then last year, we wanted to broaden the focus even more to focus on all sorts of things related to the health of mind, body and spirit and that’s when we decided to rebrand it as the Holistic Health Fair, and it’s our second year under...

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