20 May, 2015
Contact: Davina Bruno
AUSTIN, Texas, 28 May, 2015 – The Holistic Health Symposium is a free conference informing the public about the health significance of a mind, body, and spirit balance. It is part of an ongoing community health awareness program, which allows holistic practitioners and community members to gather and discuss health issues that are relevant to Austin.
Striving to be a yearly event, the symposium is in response to the fact that Texas is one of the nation’s most obese states, ranking as #12 on the CBS News report. Austin is a relatively fit city, however, holistic health teaches prevention of maladies like obesity, instead of curative exercise treatments and stringent diets. It is a message for everyone.
The World Community Club, student clubs at the Austin Community College and The University of Texas at Austin, Gilbert Tuhabonye, members of Austin ISD, other media outlets and community organizations are only a few of the guests that have been invited to the event.
The conference begins at 6:30pm with healthy refreshments and a time of socializing, and the panel discussion begins at 7p.m. and ends at 8 p.m. It will be held at the Carver Museum on 1165 Angelina Street, Austin, Texas.
The City of Austin is proud to comply with the
American with Disabilities Act. If you require special
assistance for participation in our program or the use
of this facility, please call 512-974-4926