Colchester mind body spirit festival

Marks Tey village hall 

29 -30 October 2016

10am - 4pm each day


(concessions £3.50 under 16 free)​

Scheduled events

The main stage will play host to demonstrations and performances from Ratnavali Tribal Bellydance, Ramivana playing harmonic instruments from around the world, composer and pianist Ian Haywood and Bards of the Heath, to name but a few.

  • Saturday 29th
  • Sunday 30th

11.00am - 11.30am

How to find and do work you'll love without breaking the bank

11.40am - 12.20pm

Relaxation techniques for stress management workshop

12.00am - 12.30pm

Meditation for the modern world

12.30pm - 1.10pm

Healing and transcendence through shamanism

1.20am - 2.10pm

Open your psychic field

2.20pm - 2.50pm

The mood cards - emotional intelligence and spiritual wisdom

3.00pm - 3.45pm

Learn the benefits of a raw living foods diet

What's on

Life Arts is again providing a weekend packed with complementary therapies, spiritual guidance, health advice, meditation space, workshops and healing music. This event is raising money for local charity, Helen Rollason Cancer Charity with many fantastic prizes to be won in the grand raffle.

On offer will be a range of therapies and treatments including Reflexology, Shiatsu, Crystal Healing and Indian head massage. Gifts such as Peruvian, Nepalese and magnetic jewellery, essential oils and incense, raw and polished crystals and minerals, pagan, wiccan and gothic crafts, CDs and instruments. Consult with specialists, psychics and readers such as Kevin Doe’s aura photography, Channel 4’s astrologer Demian Allan, International medium Maureen Flynn, Animal communicator Alison Sheryll and Psychic artist Marilyn Fleischmann. Discover the power of meditation with Paul King in the empowered healing space especially created by the European Buddhist-Hanmi Association, experience a unique’ gong bath’ from Rami and learn from Greenstead Living Foods about supporting your immune system. 

There will also be free workshops on subjects as diverse as ‘Detoxing – why and how? and ‘Open your psychic field’. All we ask is a small donation at the entrance to our charity.


Chris Cozens, who established Life Arts in 1998, has been organising Mind Body and Spirit Events since 1999 and ensures all exhibitors are selected by merit, integrity, experience and professionalism.

Find us

Marks Tey Parish Hall is a large village hall complex on the crossover between the A12 and A120 in Marks Tey. It is signposted off the A12 near Colchester (before Colchester if coming from the South). More details here

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