Thrive Festival is an exciting new health, fitness and wellness event by the team behind Taste of Dublin. We’re giving away two tickets – have you entered yet?
Happening in just over two weeks time, Thrive Festival will host over 200 fitness classes, wellness workshops and cookery demos in one state-of-the-art venue. Thrive Festival aims to unite fitness fans and wellness warriors for the ultimate wellbeing event of 2019.
A health and wellness event that you tailor to you
Thrive Festival takes place Saturday 30 & Sunday 31 March 2019 in the iconic Convention Centre, in Dublin city centre.
At Thrive Festival, you can join over 50 of the most exciting health and wellness figures from Ireland, the UK and beyond, including:
- Signature speakers such as Gemma Atkinson & Dr Hazel Wallace – The Food Medic
- Big brands such as lululemon, PoundFit, Fitvision & Zumba
- Demos, talks and workouts from Jasmine Hemsley, Indy Power, Pip Stewart, The Gut Stuff, Tom Coleman, Alan O’Mara, Food Flicker and many more
At Thrive Festival, how you spend your day or weekend ticket is decided by you, allowing you to tailor your experiences and match your own goals. You can choose up to 5 experiences over 20 stages of fitness, talks, demonstrations, nutrition, mindfulness and wellness. You can experience yoga, pilates, boxing and boutique workouts, some debuting for the first time in Ireland, such as Ballet Beautiful.
Having recently released her debut book “The Ultimate Body Plan”, Gemma Atkinson is known to many as an actress, radio host and Strictly Come Dancing finalist. Gemma will be speaking at Thrive about her lifestyle changes using her 21-day plan. Speaking about her journey she said, “The plan is 100% focused on feeling great rather than vanity. You’re far more likely to stick to something if you are doing it for sustainable long-term results (to feel great) rather than to hit a certain number on the scales.” Gemma shares the same ethos as Thrive Festival and over the weekend attendees can gain practical takeaways to make similar positive changes in their lives.
Dr Hazel Wallace returns to home shores for Thrive Festival and will be inspiring attendees with her wealth of medical and nutrition experience so attendees can put the science into day-to-day practical changes to the way they live. At the launch of Thrive Hazel said, “I like to think of myself as one of the first of a new generation of doctors. I am passionate about maximising health through how we live our lives – including food, physical activity, sleep, stress management, and our social connections.”
One Day ticket – €47.50* (Option to attend either session time on the Sat or Sun)
Weekend Ticket – €70.00* (Option to attend 2 sessions over weekend)
*Booking fees apply
Available now at www.thrivefestival.ie
A day ticket to Thrive Festival gives you admission, access to the THRIVE Signature Stage talk, access to FOUR classes or workshops across the event, as well as over 45 food, wellness, fitness and experience brands exhibiting in the THRIVE Marketplace.
A weekend ticket to Thrive Festival gives you admission, access to the THRIVE Signature Stage talk, access to EIGHT classes or workshops across the event, as well as over 45 food, wellness, fitness and experience brands exhibiting in the THRIVE Marketplace.
With either a day or weekend ticket, you are also able to book your classes and sessions online in advance of the festival.
Saturday 30 March, session 1 starts at 8.30am to 3pm, session 2 starts at 12.30pm to 7pm
Sunday 31 March, session 1 starts at 8.30am to 3pm and session 2 starts at 12.30pm to 7pm
The full Thrive Festival schedule is available now on www.thrivefestival.ie
The lovely team at Thrive Festival have given us a pair of tickets to the Saturday morning session to give away to one lucky reader. If you’d like to be in with a chance of winning them, simply share this post – which is on our Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and LinkedIn pages today – with your friends. Choose whichever you prefer (or all of them!).
Winner will be announced next Wednesday 20 March 2019. Open to Ireland only.