Bookings are essential for the 15 minute test therapy sessions, which include acupuncture, cranio-sacral therapy, pranic and spirtual healing, intuitive counselling, clairvoyant angel readings, access the bars, remedial massage, bowen therapy, reiki and EST therapy.
Speakers include Amanda Foy, who will talk about breast cancer, Dimitri Taylor about salt for kids, Eric Chen on self compassion, John Rodrique will run a sing for joy workshop, Karen Hudson will talk on intuitive counselling and Andrew Holt on friendships for wise kids.
Special guest for the day is savvy money management expert, Michelle House, who has appeared on national television. Michelle created a personal budgeting organiser and inspires Australians to 'get back to basics' by increasing their understanding of money and expenditure.
Under 5s who dress up and pay a $2 donation towards Playgroup Qld stand in line to win best dressed girl and boy prizes between 9am and 11am.
Music performances include Kathryn Forster playing a harp and multi instrumentalist Haitch & Pachamama.
Food will be available and there is a play area for children.
The founder of the Centre, Georgia Phillips, says the day is an opportunity for people to come in for a cuppa, talk to volunteers and learn about natural therapies and healing practices. "Many people drive past the centre on the way to work or over the weekend and wonder what we do. The open day gives you an excuse to pop in and find out the answers to your questions."