Learn About Natural Health in Tinley Park




Empowering the future of our natural health, the Trinity Health Freedom Expo will take place on October 26 and 27 at the Tinley Park Convention Center. There will be 100 exhibitor booths to browse, shop and get health questions answered. Guests will encounter the latest cutting-edge products for consumers, practitioners and business owners, along with state-of-the-art electronics, massage techniques and other modalities.

Inspiring speakers include Ocean Robbins, co-founder and CEO of the Food Revolution Network, who is on a mission
to transform the industrialized food culture into one that celebrates and supports healthy people and a healthy planet. Host of the podcast How Stuff Works on iHeartRadio, Lisa Oz is editor-at-large of the bookazine Dr. Oz, the Good Life. Well-known doctor and peace activist Patch Adams is founder of the Gesundheit Institute, a nonprofit hospital.

The expo is a comprehensive natural and alternative health forum, featuring dozens of dynamic health experts, two topical health panels, educational lectures and demonstrations. Created to educate and empower attendees, the event is about meeting people, making discoveries, creating connections and having a hands-on experience with new products and techniques, all under one roof over the course of one weekend.

Admission: $30 per day or $50 for both days. The George Noory luncheon is an additional $50. The cost for a booth is $795 through Oct. 15. Location: 18451 Convention Center Dr., Tinley Park. For more information, call 1-888-658-3976, email [email protected] or visit TrinityHealthFreedomExpo.com.

 

 

 

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