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Visitor's Reviews - Body Mind Spirit Expo Portland


Charlie Comstock (Owner at Elementals Creative Communications)

5

Edition Attended : Mar, 2017

5 - The meting room in the main area could have been moved to the back where the other 2 meeting rooms were located since it was hard to hear the speakers.


John Pease (Spiritual Consultant/facilitator at Northwestmystical.com/astro Soul® (alcworld.com))

5

Edition Attended : Oct, 2016

This event was poorly advertised. The only advertisement I saw was on Facebook. No mail or email was sent, even though I went before. No local metaphysical shops knew about it. It was a Halloween weekend (big in Portland), many chose not to go,


Dina Thomas (Individual)

2

Edition Attended : Mar, 2017

I was disappointed with the size of the expo this year. The breakout sessions were noisy hearing the main crowd and the group across the way. I enjoyed the gem show next door. I'm willing to pay more for more vendors and better accommodations.


Lisa Parsons (Artist at Politicocolore)

5

Edition Attended : Oct, 2016

Good speakers and I was glad to see some of the people at the booths I had met last year. I connected with some new people and enjoyed the event on the whole very much.


sophie bourgeat (Individual)

2

Edition Attended : Mar, 2017

Wished there had been more informative and free things to do. And not just "vendors"... also, too small... too expensive just to enter and be asked to buy things...


koreen lail (Individual)

3

Edition Attended : Oct, 2016

Prior to the conference I couldn't find the list of speakers. The only way I found out about the speakers was through one of the vendors. Also it would have been nice to have other types of vendors like herb stores, schools, etc...


Leonore Libeu (Individual)

5

Edition Attended : Apr, 2016

I loved the experience! Most of the speakers were wonderful. Came home with such a positive attitude. Can't wait for the fall expo.


Sue Kistner Brice (Driver at Rocksolid Community Teen Center)

3

Edition Attended : Oct, 2016

It's very sad it gets smaller every year. The whole convention center should have been full. There are a few booths and events that are worth going to


beaverton (Yoga, Tai Chi, Belly Button Healing Aura Reading, Shoulder Massage at Beaverton Body and Brain Yoga Tai Chi)

3

Edition Attended : Oct, 2017

not many vendor and not organized and no food vendor what so ever.


Shanda Rose (Truth Pusher at Oranum)

2

Edition Attended : Oct, 2016

I was not impressed with the set up of this expo. Most of the psychics seemed inauthentic with the exception of a few. I was very turned off by the pushy sales tactics and rehearsed script of the stress testing booth.


Leonore Libeu (Individual)

5

Edition Attended : Oct, 2016

I enjoyed the speakers and the booths. Can't wait until the Spring Expo.


Ronnie Lloyd (Individual)

5

Edition Attended : Mar, 2017

It was fun and enlightening.


Molly Lou Jackson (Cvt at Peninsula Dog & Cat Clinic)

5

Edition Attended : Oct, 2016

Not as many vendors, however great seminars.


Cameron (Individual)

5

Edition Attended : Nov, 2015

I really enjoyed the talks. Especially the highly sensitive people!


Tina Hays (Ha at Chrysalis Healing Heart)

5

Edition Attended : Oct, 2016

Awesome as always


Wendy Carter (Owner at Paint A Brighter Day)

5

Edition Attended : Oct, 2017


Geina Bongiorno (Individual)

4

Edition Attended : Mar, 2017


Sarah Laing (Hemp-based Cbd-infused Natural Health Products at S&j Natural Products)

5

Edition Attended : Oct, 2016


Adam Brawley (Individual)

5

Edition Attended : Oct, 2016


Irene Collazo (Social Worker (msw, Lmsw) at Social Worker)

5

Edition Attended : Oct, 2016