2013 – 3rd Annual Wellness Week

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January 19 – January 26, 2013

Wellness Week is a week-long program of events and special offers designed to engage the public in learning about and experiencing ways to improve their physical, mental and spiritual well-being.

For our 3rd Annual Wellness Week, DEMA is partnering with the San Diego County Library (SDCL) to organize and promote the program.  It will begin with a large community event, the Wellness Week Festival, at the Encinitas Library on opening day, Saturday, January 19 from 10am to 4pm. Dozens of exhibitors will host booths and activities, both inside the Encinitas Library and on the outside parking lot, including: free health screenings (e.g. skin, joints, body fat), free mini-treatments (e.g. acupuncture, massage, reflexology), cooking demonstrations, robotic surgery demonstrations, performances (e.g. Aikido, Kids’ Yoga, Zumba), and wellness activities for kids. This festival is the opening day of Wellness Week, a week-long program of events and special offers designed help you learn about and experience ways to improve your physical, mental and spiritual well-being. During the week, participating organizations will offer free exams, consultations, classes, workshops, discounts, etc.

Please click on the links below for more details:

Calendar of Events

Participating Merchants and Offers

Wellness Week Festival Exhibitors

Tri-City Medical Center




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  1. We are a small music therapy center located in Mission Valley and Encinitas and would love to participate in your wellness fair this upcoming Jan 19th if there is still room for vendors and booths. Please let us know if this is possible. I can be reached at 619 299 1411 or info@themusictherapycenter.com

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