Earlestown shop hosts spiritual and health market

A SPIRITUAL store owner advocates for organic products to become mainstream with a holistic and wellness market.

My Rox Shop and Studio was established in May 2020 as an online store and has since expanded into its own shop and studio on Bridge Street in Earlestown.

The company sells spiritual homewares and handmade items and has since introduced a holistic and wellness marketplace to make natural products more accessible to the public.

Roxy Williams, owner of My Rox Shop and Studio, said: “I’m passionate about helping people and supporting other small businesses. That’s why I started my business and now markets.

“I wanted to support other small businesses and bring together a community of like-minded people.

“These things should be more affordable and accessible, which they haven’t been and are usually sold at high prices as luxury items.”

The event will take place on Saturday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. and will feature a variety of wellness treatments and services, as well as stalls offering holistic products.

The shop hopes to normalize the use of natural products

Psychic, spiritual and runic readings will also take place at the market, Roxy being aware that some people may be skeptical of the services provided.

The 35-year-old added: “I think this type of supply is newer in the region, so a lot of people are still learning and finding out what it is, that’s why the supply is so big.

“The more we keep it mainstream and light, the less people will feel intimidated to learn or explore more.

“Most people are afraid of the unknown and sometimes don’t trust what they can’t see or know. The biggest problem is the lack of understanding – sometimes this is accompanied by a lack of trust.

The store is also currently renovating the floor of its building to accommodate a holistic and wellness center in Earlestown.

Roxy said: “The idea behind it is to offer more services in the local area and to provide a one stop shop so to speak for customers and professionals working in this industry.

“What we want to do is provide people with a professional framework to work in with hourly, half-day or full-day rents to keep it affordable.

“They only pay for what they use and with that we also offer support for their cross-promotion through our store and hub.”

The business owner is also launching a new brand called Spiritual Beings, which will offer other treatments and retreats.

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