Annual Trinity Health Freedom Expo Adds Mental Health ComponentJul 30, 2021 ● By Julie Whitman Kline
The 28th Trinity Health Freedom Expo will take place in person on October 2 and 3 at the Tinley Park Convention Center, in Tinley Park, and virtually in February 2022. Participants can experience interactive panel discussions, hands-on workshops, product demonstrations and visit with many wellness-related businesses. The exhibit hall will showcase businesses and products in the health industry, including nutritional support, essential oils, beauty products and personal wellness tools. In addition, each guest will receive a complimentary gift bag filled with product samples, valuable coupons and informational brochures.
With both live and online events, the 2021 Trinity Health Freedom Expo now truly has worldwide accessibility. No matter where people reside, anyone can participate in the 2021 Expo. The goal is to educate individuals so they can be an example in their community, because empowered people build healthy communities. Whether an attendee is a practitioner looking to better care for clients, a parent wanting to make the safest choices for their family or an individual that wants to live a holistic lifestyle, this event can connect them with the resources to reach their goals.
The Health Freedom Expo defends your right to know and freedom to choose.
Trinity Health Freedom Expo founder (1942-2008)
Unrestricted access to a variety of healthcare options is the cornerstone of health freedom. Dr. Wendell Whitman created the Health Freedom Expo in 2005 to provide a platform for naturally minded individuals to come together to learn about holistic living and how to take control of their health care. He wanted the Expo to provide a community filled with leaders, specialists and other people working together to advance the health freedom movement and protect our liberties. To this end, more than 45 expert speakers and 75 natural health businesses will provide accurate and relevant information at the Expo. This direct interaction with experts allows for personal conversation to get in-depth answers to important health questions.
This year, in addition to traditional themes of health freedom and holistic living, the Expo will focus on the importance of mental health and ways to increase emotional well-being naturally. The Health Freedom Panel, featuring Jonathan Emord, Diane Miller and Scott McKay, is scheduled for October 2 at 2 p.m. This team will provide multiple perspectives as legal experts and proponents of personal liberty help understand our rights and learn how to maintain them. The Mental Health Panel, with Dr. Caroline Leaf, Nancy Guberti and Dr. Todd Frisch, will take place on October 3 at 2 p.m. These health specialists will answer questions and provide steps to improve mental health as one of the cornerstones of holistic living. Both panels are moderated by Robert Scott Bell, of the RSB Show.
A highlight of the Trinity Health Freedom Expo is a
private symposium on October 2 at 6 p.m., with Dr. Caroline Leaf, a
world-renowned neuroscientist and bestselling author who describes anxiety,
depression and toxic thinking as “mental mess”. At the private symposium, she
will share her research and teach how to improve brain function through a
process known as mind-management to help clean up mental mess. Participants
will enjoy a provided dinner, experience fellowship and learn the action steps
to apply mind-management to their own lives.
Admission to the Expo is $50 for the weekend or $30 for
a single day. Add the virtual Trinity Health Freedom Expo on Feb. 26 and 27,
2022, for $10 to access the recorded speaker presentations and interactive
exhibit hall. The private symposium is $50, and attendance at the Expo is
required. For more information or to register, call 888-658-3976 or visit TrinityHealthFreedomExpo.com.