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The Body Mind Spirit Festival is a twice-annual fixture on the Christchurch events calendar, bringing together over one hundred different exhibitors and two full days of free workshops and seminars.

The festival is held in Christchurch's Addington Events Centre (Metropolitan Stand) and is open from 10am - 6pm, both Saturday and Sunday.

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The entry fee of $10 gives you all day access to all of our seminars and workshops, as well as the opportunity to browse a veritable treasure trove of stalls. Check the exhibitors and workshops pages for specific details.

Whether you're seeking information or inspiration, inner peace or mental stimulation, or you’re just curious about what's out there, you’re sure to walk away from the two-day festival with plenty to think about.

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Archived Editorial - The Christchurch Mail

Feeling like you need to shake off the lethargy of winter? The Body Mind Spirit Festival, this weekend at Addington Raceway and Events Centre, is the perfect opportunity.

This is the 21st festival organised by mother and son team, Glen and Deryn Tregurtha, and their biggest so far, with more stallholders, and more international speakers than ever before.

“People often tell us that the festival is so much more than they thought it would be - they're not sure why they waited so long to come along.”

Glen quotes Thomas Vasquex, "No one ever discovered anything new by colouring inside the lines," and believes for a lot of people, life is all about having to stay inside the lines.

“This is an opportunity to step outside the same-same lines of what we know, and explore new approaches to health and happiness.”

The Body Mind Spirit Festival is a twice-yearly fixture on the Christchurch events calendar, bringing together over one hundred different stallholders and two full days of free workshops and seminars.

“As the festival grows, it attracts more international speakers,” says Glen.

As well as demonstrations and performances on the main stage, there are opportunities to join in with sessions like laughter yoga, active Chi Kung, and Chakra Dance, exploring spirituality from a physical perspective.

The Body Mind Spirit Festival is being held at Addington Raceway and Events Centre. Full details at www.bodymindspirit.co.nz