Fare Healthy is just around the corner, and we’re always excited to see developments and discussion around wellness.
The third festival will be taking place on the 4th and 5th of February at The Old Truman Brewery in the heart of East London.
Co-founder Rose Lloyd Owen, of Feedr vendor, Peardrop, recognises that there is no fixed formula to feeling and looking great. Fare Healthy promotes a balanced approach to wellbeing, aiming to motivate people to discover a healthy lifestyle that works for them.
“Discussions and talks surrounding the industry are at the top of our agenda for the weekend, exploring hot topics and new concepts for body, mind and soul.”
Reminding us that health spreads beyond diet and exercise, Lauren Bartley of the Soil Association will be hosting an interactive Q&A session, dealing out tips to help you incorporate certified organic products into your beauty routine.
Another Feedr vendor, Pollen + Grace will be clearing up any confusion surrounding the natural sugar debate, while names like Tom Hunt and Gill Meller will be explaining how we can all live a greener and more sustainable lifestyle.
Fitness classes will be running throughout the weekend. Frame will have you channelling your inner Beyoncé and dancing to pop classics, while yoga teacher Annie Clarke will be connecting the mind and body in a dynamic yoga class, suitable for all levels. So whether you’re looking to get your pulse racing or wind down after a busy week, it seems that there’ll be something on offer to suit.
The Self Love Surgery launches at this years’ festival, providing you with the opportunity to sign up for a complimentary one on one consultation with a number of health experts in the industry. And we’re all entitled to a little TLC, right?
We’re eager brush up on our growing knowledge of holistic living at this year’s Fare Healthy, and discover new ways to nourish body, mind and soul. Lloyd Owen’s mantra champions the power of positive thinking. She believes that ‘…a positive and happy state of mind is the most valuable thing we own’. We couldn’t have said it better ourselves.