Energy Expo taps into body, mind and soul

Expect miracles.

Andrea Zonnis, a professional psychic, says anything can happen when you put dozens of holistic health and metaphysical specialists in one room.

This weekend more than 30 exhibitors and guest speakers will showcase their talents at the second annual Energy Expo in Fernwood. Twenty-two workshops will tap into Hawaiian Huna healing, palmistry, ghost hunting, shamanism and meditation, among others.

The expo’s popularity indicates the need for a field that addresses the heart, body, mind and soul, Zonnis said.

“I find the amount of public interest has really been sparking,” she said. “I think people are starting to question more.”

The expo happens Saturday (May 14) and Sunday (May 15), 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. at the Fernwood Community Centre, 1923 Fernwood Rd. Tickets are $10 for the day or $15 for the weekend. For details, please visit



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