LIVE PERFORMANCE: Stanthorpe's own Tin City Music Collective, Jason Mayhew, Feraliza and Pierre Sparks at las year's expo.
LIVE PERFORMANCE: Stanthorpe's own Tin City Music Collective, Jason Mayhew, Feraliza and Pierre Sparks at las year's expo. Dane Lillingstone

Health and Well-being Expo returns

STANTHORPE is invited to relax this weekend, as the Health and Well-being Expo for the Ananda Mela Festival returns.

Held at Ananda Palli, 463 Back Creek Rd, Severnlea, the expo is open on Saturday to all who wish to take part.

A range of activities will take place throughout the day, including meditation and yoga, Aboriginal Cultural Encounter, art therapy, a number of musical classes and much more.

Entry for the day from 10am-5pm, is $10 per person and includes a hot vegetarian lunch.

The activities will extend into the evening, as Lulu and Mischka lead Chants of the Heart from 7pm.

"Lulu and Mischka are very well known in the yoga music circle," organising member Tori Bail said.

Entry to the evening events is an extra $10 and also includes a hot dinner.

Both events are open to the public.

For more information or other inquiries, visit www.anandamela.com.au/ health-and-wellbeing- expo.html or contact 0434253611. Registration is not required for either event.

The Health and Well-being Expo is part of the Ananda Mela Festival, currently running until Monday, January 9.

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