Stawell's Inspired by Three will represent the region at a Mystic Fair in Stawell on Sunday, November 24.
Comprising of a grandmother, daughter and granddaughter, Lydia, Melanie and Jessica, are online store owners will have their products on show for the first time in Stawell.
Promoting health, through healing and love, the trio moved to Stawell about 2.5 years ago after "falling in love" with the property they purchased.
"We've been up and running for about a year now," Lydia said.
"We do a lot of stalls in shopping centres and go along to a lot of psychic fairs.
"We have some stock on hand from our online shop which our clients can look at when they come in to have a healing session."
Talking about dealing with the skeptics surrounding her chosen profession, Lydia said it didn't worry her and everyone has choices to make in life.
Lydia said she always had an interest in the spiritual side of the body and had an early career in nursing.
"I've been into healing people in one way or another for a very long time," she said.
"I think people know sometimes there can be other reasons they are unwell or not feel 100 per cent.
"People come for healing sessions for all different reasons. It can be as simple as a lack of energy to overstressed.
"It can be a complete relaxation away from the rest of the world."
Lydia said people who were suffering from grief and loss also used the healing sessions as a coping strategy.
"It's not always an instantaneous thing, which people have to remember," she said.
"With any spiritual work people have to believe. If you're skeptical that's fine. Come for a relaxation session."
The Mystic Fair in Stawell will be open from 10am through to 4pm on Sunday.
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