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Mind, body and spirit event a sucess at Bayside in Parksville

MIND, BODY, SPIRIT: There were palm readings, tarot card readings, mini iridology sessions,  massages and pulsed electro magnetic frequency treatments along with makeup, art, music, hula hoops and more at the first annual Mind Body Spirit Expo at the Quality Inn Bayside on Saturday. Above, Amanda Nagy was helping out at the PEMF Canada table where people were getting pulsed electro magnetic frequency treatments. The treatments are said to create accelerated healing and regeneration in any cell. Here she poses with a couple of other little helpers. - CANDACE WU PHOTO
MIND, BODY, SPIRIT: There were palm readings, tarot card readings, mini iridology sessions, massages and pulsed electro magnetic frequency treatments along with makeup, art, music, hula hoops and more at the first annual Mind Body Spirit Expo at the Quality Inn Bayside on Saturday. Above, Amanda Nagy was helping out at the PEMF Canada table where people were getting pulsed electro magnetic frequency treatments. The treatments are said to create accelerated healing and regeneration in any cell. Here she poses with a couple of other little helpers.
— image credit: CANDACE WU PHOTO

MIND, BODY, SPIRIT: There were palm readings, tarot card readings, mini iridology sessions,  massages and pulsed electro magnetic frequency treatments along with makeup, art, music, hula hoops and more at the first annual Mind Body Spirit Expo at the Quality Inn Bayside on Saturday. Above, Amanda Nagy was helping out at the PEMF Canada table where people were getting pulsed electro magnetic frequency treatments. The treatments are said to create accelerated healing and regeneration in any cell. Here she poses with a couple of other little helpers.

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