The second edition of ‘Natura Málaga’ doubles the number of exhibitors and activities from last year, reaching over one hundred. Natura Málaga, the exhibition for Healthy Living and Sustainable Development will be held from 14 to 16 May at the Exhibition and Congress Centre of Malaga (FYCMA) and has, to date, doubled the exhibitors from last year.
The event has also caught the interest of journalists and businessmen from different countries in Africa and South America, who have confirmed their attendance at the fair to see first hand the wide range of organic food available, sustainable and environment-friendly solutions, natural and alternative therapies for personal growth.
The growing interest in the natural lifestyle and environmental awareness is already a fact, and proof of this can be found at the second edition of ‘Natura Málaga’, which also has twice as many speakers and activities as last year. About a hundred companies will be exhibiting over three days covering food and organic textiles, innovative solutions to recycling, natural cosmetics and therapies for the welfare physical and mental.
Included within ‘Natura Málaga’ will be the Fourth Congress of Yoga on the Costa del Sol, which arrives in the capital following the success of its previous editions in Marbella. About 3,000 people will attend the congress, one of the most important for this discipline that has increasingly more popular.
Also, as organic food gains more of a presence in society, there will be an ‘earth market’, where specialized companies will exhibit their products, and visitors can buy all kinds of organic products.
The feria is also a forum for sharing knowledge and experiences through the zone ‘Naturaula’, which will accommodate performances, lectures and workshops. Experts and professionals addressing new therapies to improve the quality of life, ancient techniques to achieve relaxation and emotional well being, or ideas and solutions to achieve inner balance and happiness.
Alongside this there will be a series of workshops aimed at children including painting, making felt toys using organic and sustainable materials, offering children the opportunity to develop their creativity and improve their skills while having fun and learning to preserve nature.
Broad public support
Interest in the theme of the fair has been reflected in the large virtual community developed through the page of ‘Natura Málaga’ in the social network Facebook, which already has about 2,000 fans and that records an important daily activity through comments and suggestions from the Internet.
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