An Oswestry area holistic therapy centre is to raise money for a local charity as it throws its doors open to the public to offer free advice and workshops.
Pretty Vintage Holistic and Spiritual Therapies, based in St Martins, will stage an open day on Saturday, October 30 to highlight its range of therapies from 10am to 4pm.
Visiting for the day will be Liz Badger of the Pro Touch Movement who will be available to give advice and chat with visitors about the Pro Touch campaign to promote massage and other touch therapies.
Activities throughout the day will include mini workshops in crystal healing and breathing plus free Tarot readings.
Pretty Vintage founder, Deb Hughes, explained that the day would also include a raffle for the St Martins Recreation Project – an ambitious scheme to extend and improve sports facilities for St Martins and the surrounding area.
The Pro Touch Movement would also donate money raised by sales of its Face the World range at the open day to the same charity.
“We’ll be here from 10am to 4pm and it’s free for people to drop in at any point. It’s a good opportunity to show everyone a sample of what we do and raise funds for a village project at the same time,” she said.
Pretty Vintage offers a range of therapies including Indian head massage, Reiki, hot stone massage, reflexology and facial acupressure.
Further details on the open day are available through the Pretty Vintage Holistic and Spiritual Therapies website on https://www.prettyvintageholistics.co.uk/ or by emailing at firstname.lastname@example.org or calling on 01691 778012.
Pictured: Deb Hughes of the Pretty Vintage Holistic and Spiritual Therapies centre in St Martins.