The Adelaide Health and Wellbeing Market is held in the peaceful surrounding of the Church of the Trinity on Goodwood Road at Clarence Park. This leafy location south of Adelaide is the perfect setting for a market which pampers your person.
The market stalls encompass a variety of offerings which will help you to be healthy and feel good. Organic plants from Earth Right, refreshing healthy drinks from Juice Storm, and a delicious range of vegan cakes and vegetarian food from the Passion Pot café will tempt you from the moment that you arrive.
After satisfying your stomach with a snack or a meal, why not soothe your senses with some relaxation therapy? There are many stalls offering a variety of ways to pleasure your physical and mental self. From practitioners offering massage and aromatherapy to sound, crystal and energy therapists such as Healing with Spirit and Crystal Clear Holistic therapies, there is something to appeal to all tastes.
The changing selection of more than 20 market stalls bring a variety of artisan and hand crafted products which will contribute to your wellbeing. Find uniquely crafted products like essential oils and hand made soy candles by Mystique. Aromatherapy candles, crystal jewelery by InaBalance, inspirational gifts such as Himalayan salt lamps by Sunrayia Spiritual Oasis and Nepalese goodies (all profits going to a charity in Peru) are all available.
Try skin care and cosmetics from Arbonne, nutritional supplements by Manutech and discover the benefits of (Kangen Water). It's all about making yourself look and feel the best that you possibly can. The Adelaide Health and Wellbeing Market is the perfect place to find gifts too, with a diverse range of products that you will rarely find in one place.
Learn more about what the future holds for you from experts in their field: explore numerology with William Carter, angel cards with Sue Shaw, and try Tarot with Eliza Richter. There's psychic readers too, if you're game to look ahead.
Enjoy a relaxing massage while you enjoy the sounds of local performer Forte, who writes uplifting, conscious music and takes us on a musical journey inward. In November you can listen to Andy Mac, part of Sundar, as he chants Kirtan.
Join in on a regularly changing program of workshops and discussions, or eat well with a delicious fresh green salad and goat's cheese tart. Unlike some other markets where there is a bustle and rush, the Adelaide Health and Wellbeing Market aims to be an enjoyable experience that you will want to repeat often.
Entry is free to the Adelaide Health and Wellbeing Market, and it's held on the fourth Saturday of each month at the Church of the Trinity at 318 Goodwood Road Clarence Park between 10am and 3pm.
Church of the Trinity on Goodwood Road Clarence Park
For more information about the latest market stalls, follow Adelaide Health and Wellbeing Market on Facebook where you will find details of who will be at the next market. In the lead up to Christmas I can't think of a better way to relax from the rush, and maybe pick up a few Christmas gifts too.