Centre to focus on alternative lifestyle

Last updated 08:42 29/07/2013
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Raewyn Greenwood, left, and Renee Slocombe are setting up Soul Centre in Invercargill.

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Two Invercargill women are opening a soul centre in Invercargill this month.

Raewyn Greenwood and Renee Slocombe are setting up the group called Soul Centre Invercargill, which aims to educate people about alternative lifestyle choices.

The pair said the group would have its first meeting on August 5 at 7.15pm and every first Monday of the month from there after at the Community Trust of Southland in Don St.

Ms Greenwood said there were already centres in Christchurch and Dunedin and starting one in Invercargill was about offering alternatives to the public and the chance to hear a range of speakers about topics.

From meditation, to talks about environmental issues, the centre hopes to hold monthly informative events, she said.

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