Indy Holistic Hub Is Hosting Wellbeing Fest and Launching a New Magazine

Writer / Christy Heitger-Ewing
Photographer / Brian Brosmer

After college, Jennifer Seffrin longed to move away and explore new ideas and ways of life. One place she landed was Tempe, Arizona, where she took classes at the Southwest Institute of Healing Arts. While there, she took an interest in the concept of conscious living, alternative therapies and holistic care. When she moved back to Indiana, she wanted to find a way to shine a light on the local holistic community.Indy Holistic Hub

“At first I was like, ‘Where do I start?’” Seffrin says. “But a quote stood out to me: ‘Do what you can, with what you’ve got, where you are.’ I began to invite people to lunch.”

In 2012 she founded Indy Holistic Hub, a holistic health and wellness network designed to cater to the mind, body and spirit. Indy Holistic Hub offers an extensive online directory of resources for the public that includes acupuncture, coaching, hypnotherapy, massage, chiropractic, natural products and holistic medicine.

Now, in 2023, she will launch the next part of her vision, a local magazine featuring a wide range of topics related to holistic therapies, wellness, cutting-edge science, green living and more. The Holistic Living magazine will debut on October 1 at Wellbeing Fest, with all attendees receiving the first copies of the magazine, which will also be offered digitally.

“It’s all about supporting people to take another step toward their well-being, by finding their fit where they are right now on their path,” Seffrin says.

The Indy Holistic Hub website offers a community calendar that lists classes, activities and other opportunities.

Indy Holistic Hub“That’s a source for people to say, ‘Oh, I can go on a retreat,’ or, ‘I can stick my toe in this intro class,’” Seffrin says.

Seven years ago Seffrin began hosting an annual Wellbeing Fest, giving the general public a prime opportunity to interact with and learn from practitioners and professionals in the community. This year Wellbeing Fest will take place on October 1 at Hub & Spoke in Fishers. Featuring speakers, holistic health practitioners and product-based businesses from around the Indy area, the day will kick off at 11 a.m. with an opening session hosted by “The KJ TODAY Show” and special event guests.

The vendor marketplace will run from noon until 4 p.m., allowing folks to walk around and converse while nibbling on yummy treats from local food vendors. The afternoon will offer a panel discussion featuring local experts who will discuss the mind-body-spirit connection. These experts will include the “Voice Of Health” radio host and local veteran in holistic medicine, Dr. Robert Prather of Holistic Integration. The panel will be moderated by KJ McGlinn, a media personality, reiki master, and host of the “KJ TODAY Show.”

Wellbeing Fest is sponsored by Pure Memory Water, The Playful Soul and Holistic Integration. Tickets start at just $10, although anyone reading this publication can provide the promo code TOWNEPOST to receive a buy-one-get-one-free ticket.

“If we desire to live a vibrant, enjoyable, meaningful, purposeful life, holistic health is critical,” Seffrin says.Indy Holistic Hub

For more information on Indy Holistic Hub and Wellbeing Fest, visit

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