Orlando’s First Art & Wellness Expo Coming to Artegon Marketplace on May 16, 2015
Creating a Healthier You.
A one day celebration of Orlando’s cultural art and natural health communities.
Orlando’s Art & Wellness Expo hosted by Loft 55 Gallery is set for Saturday, May 16th at Artegon Marketplace. Orlando’s Art & Wellness Expo will provide a platform for guests beginning to transition into a healthier lifestyle and offer options/activities for those who already have. The goal of this event is to restore self power into our community through health based education accompanied by visual stimulation .
Saturday, May 16th (12:00pm – 7:00pm)
Artegon Marketplace 5250 International Drive
Orlando, FL 32819
Admission: Free (all ages)
Yoga class tickets are $10.00 available for purchase beginning May 1st Space limit: 25
Partial proceeds from raffles, ticket sales and the community mural benefit
non-profit organization Get A Board Foundation. The program actively supplies at risk youth with skateboards, skating lessons and art activities. YogART inc. will also benefit from the event to help make yoga and art therapy workshops available to local communities.
What is included in the expo?
This family friendly event will feature over 100 local artisans, wellness vendors, all levels color therapy yoga, informative health speakers, an art therapy tent, demos, live body painting competition, a community mural, raffles/giveaways, and live performances.
The expo will focus on emphasizing the healing capabilities of art and holistic practices for all ages.
The expo will aid local organizations empower the community through creative expression and nutrition based education.
The expo will generate exposure and support to Central Florida’s local artisans and natural health businesses.
Via our Lach Orthodontics Sponsor – On the day of the event all children under the age of 18 will receive a voucher for a free teeth cleaning. All athletes will receive a free custom fitted mouth guard.
According to the Art Therapy Credentials Board (ATCB), through the practice of art, “Clients – young, old and in-between – are able to explore their feelings, reconcile emotional conflicts, foster self-awareness, manage behavior, develop social skills, improve reality orientation, reduce anxiety and increase
Art is an important component of life and is relevant to individuals of all ages. By educating our guests on proper nutrition and creative outlets of expression we restore strength in their overall state of well being.