ORGANISERS of the annual Peninsula Health and Sustainability Expo say their perspective on health and wellbeing practices can help people pause to try out mindfulness techniques.
Now in its fifth year, the expo provides tips and demonstrations on environmentally friendly practices and wellbeing techniques.
Fiona Redding, nicknamed the Happiness Hunter, is one of 60 Mornington Peninsula businesses, health practitioners, nutritionists and wellness operators who “care passionately about living in a holistic and happy way”.
“It doesn’t take much to change your own lifestyle – but sometimes it can be overwhelming to know where to start, and who to turn to,” she said. “This is such a terrific opportunity to make those connections and changes.”
The expo is 10am-4pm, Sunday 25 October, at Mornington Racecourse. Tickets are $3 adults ($5 a double).