Birmingham’s First Health and Wellbeing Festival This September

Birmingham's First Health and Wellbeing Festival This September

A festival promoting health and well-being will take place September 3rd in The Bond, Birmingham.

Eat Move Thrive Festival, in collaboration with Lifebox, will bring a celebration of health, well-being and balance on Sunday 3rd September, at the Bond, in Digbeth.

Lifebox, a national brand, focusing on creating awareness around the benefits of good, natural foods, will work with Eat Move Thrive Festival to bring Birmingham’s first ever one-day well-being festival.

Located in The Bond in Digbeth, a unique canal side venue in the heart of Birmingham’s cultural & media quarter the aim of the festival is to create an uplifting atmosphere, which brings together health speakers, authors, doctors, and specialists to give information about health, nutrition, lifestyle choices, illness & prevention, and alternative and natural remedies.

Dr Rupy Aujla from The Doctors Kitchen

Birmingham will welcome some of the biggest names in the health industry, with leading experts such as; Dr Rupy Aujla from The Doctors Kitchen, renowned gut health specialist Dr Megan Rossi, Hollie Grant ‘Strong not Skinny’ (award winning) PT and functional fitness instructor, Plant Based Pixie – the wellness rebel, Mary Lynch who part of Jamie Oliver’s nutritional team, plus many more joining the bill.

Renowned gut health specialist Dr Megan Rossi

Eat Move Thrive Festival’s speaker programme will cover topics across gut health, nutrition, including children’s nutrition, dispelling diet myths, exercise and meditation.

The day’s activities will also include a healthy street food court, featuring a mix of healthy meals, plant based alternatives and ‘free-from’ options.

The Wellness Market will invite leading producers from Birmingham and beyond, who will be exhibiting healthy lifestyle wares including; ‘free-from’ranges, plant based products, organic products, supplements and active wear, plus much more.

A spokesperson for Eat Move Thrive Festival Organising team, Sara Bremner explains;

‘Eat Move Thrive Festival, we hope, will be an event which puts Birmingham on the map in the health and well-being industry. We have programmed each area of the event very carefully as we want to showcase all the amazing practitioners and producers that are from Birmingham and the wider UK. 

Events like Eat Move Thrive Festival are taking place all over London, but things don’t just stop once you leave the capital, we have developed the event with this in mind, and hope we have tailored the event to appeal to a wide array of people, from families and people with an interest in learning more to amateur and professionals there is something for everyone.

 We have invited many leading names to come, share, create and showcase with us, we have already been met with an overwhelming positive response and we can’t wait to show Birmingham all the amazing things we have planned!”

Also, expect; free yoga classes, self-school for positivity and confidence, HIIT sessions, hula hooping, plus plenty of fun for the kids such as; creative workshops, yoga, an assault course and so much more.

Organisers of the event hope to showcase the lifestyle choices that enable us to live and feel better in a variety of events programmed as part of the days offering. Tickets are limited and attendees are advised to pre-book speakers to avoid disappointment, £1 from every ticket sold will be donated Trekstock.

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