Most health fairs are boring with information overload, lacking fun and creativity.
Nikkei Concern’s (NC) health fair has reinvented its health fair program. It will be held at the Blaine Memorial Church on July 25 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
First, delicious food! Yes, you can sample as much as you want—healthy snacks for visitors while browsing the booths. What alternatives do you have if you are not interested in sweetened sodas? How do you avoid foods consisting of bad chemicals? How innovative can a manufacturer be to make snacks healthy and delicious? Did you know that cooking demonstrations will be held?
Nikkei Concerns said they have as many as 15 food exhibitors in addition to 45 other exhibitors. Preparing healthy food requires cooking differently. Kanao Koizumi will show you how to do so.
Stress is another unavoidable topic. NC said it has all types of massages for you to experience. And they are free!
Massages are an expensive luxury. It costs as much as $80 an hour. At the fair, you can experiment at least five types of reflexology from feet to back, head to neck. How cool is that?!
What about your brain? How do you retain memory and retrain your brain? Speaker Lisa Waisath will provide a session on brain health.
“Health is more than taking medicine,” said Darcia Tanabe, NC Communications Manager. The whole fair helps people with the social and emotional aspects of health, and how to incorporate principles of health.
The fair gives you practical suggestions for applying the principles and new ideas for people to explore and adopt into their health habits.
Tanabe said this year’s fair will be twice bigger than last year’s. (end)