Asheville Wholistic Integrative Fair set for March 9, proceeds go to local charities

Press release

From Asheville Wholistic Integrative Fair

Asheville North Carolina, March 9, 2013 – Asheville Wholistic Integrative Fair will be held at the Renaissance Hotel, Woodfin and Thomas Wolfe Plaza, Saturday March 9 from 10:00am – 5:00 pm. Suggested entrance donation $5.00, all proceeds generated by the Fair will go to support local charities. The event was initiated by the Asheville Wholistic & Integrative Professionals which is one of the most active wholistic and integrative meet-up groups in WNC featuring: co-collaborators, co-creators, co-catalysts, and co-leaders that promote education, production and sales of wholistic and integrative products and services in the Asheville and surrounding areas. 

“The vision of AWIF is to provide a forum for professionals to share their good work, products and services, with our Greater Asheville community,” states Michelle Payton Coordinator of the AWIF Steering Committee. “The intention of the Fair is: for the general public, who are seeking wholistic professionals, to have the opportunity to explore a cross-section of the area’s many and varied wholistic and integrative offerings.”

The variety of Wholistic and Conscious professionals include: Acupuncture, Chiropractic Care, Intuitive Practitioners, Wellness Coaches and Consultants in a broad variety of Wholistic Fields, Body and Energy Workers, Aromatherapy and Personal Care Suppliers, Food, Water and Herbal Remedy Providers, Animal Related Services, a diverse offering of Wholistic: Books, Music; Jewelry; and so much more.

Come celebrate and learn more about wholistic and integrative practices and products. You will find easy convenient parking. Visit for more information.

AWIF 2013 Sponsors include: Asheville Area Wholistic & Integrative Professionals; Crystal Visions Books and Gifts; WNC Woman magazine; Natural Awakenings magazine; Mix 96.5, 98.1 the River, 105.9 the Mountain and ESPN Radio; Sheville of WNC.


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