Living a Yoga Lifestyle: Ruth’s Top 3 Finds for February

Our regular yoga contributor Ruth from Yogaru writes a wonderful post once a month over on her blog about her favourite new things she’s enjoying. Here’s her February favourites.

WellFest ’19

WellFest is Ireland’s largest yearly health and wellness festival, running this year from 11-12 May 2019. This coordinates perfectly with the sun gathering momentum for the summer time and energy levels on the rise. The festival hosts over 150 national and international health and wellness experts. The line-up is always incredibly impressive and the choice is unparalleled. No matter what your preferred interpretation of what wellness means to you, they’ve got you covered – from Main Stage presenters to WellFit, WellFood, WellMind, WellYoga, to name but a few. If, like me, yoga is your passion, this festival is a must – with back-to-back classes all weekend with Ireland’s top yogis and visiting internationally acclaimed yogis.

There is no limit and no extra charge to any of the activities and talks all weekend. Top tips from a seasoned WellFest goer – print out the line-up and mark up your schedule for the two days. The only complaint you might have is there was so much you wanted to do, you could have done it all again!

As one of the WellFest award-winning online publication writers I have the absolute pleasure of teaching at the festival again this year. You’ll catch me at the WellYoga stage. Check out the detailed schedule closer to the day to find my slot and come say hello.

Tickets sell fast for this one, go to their website to avoid disappointment! A weekend ticket is €79 and a single day ticket for €49. Sign up for the Wellfest Blog to get some inspirational articles on all things wellness straight to your inbox, or follow them on Instagram to stay up to date on the festival lineup and ticket sales. Check out the full post about WellFest on Happy Magazine here.

Deliciously Ella Podcast

Adding to their amazing accomplishments, Deliciously Ella has stepped into the world of podcasting to share their wealth of knowledge, and experience, in all things food and health related. Deliciously Ella is the brainchild of Ella and Matt Mills – husband and wife team. Ella started a food blog in 2012 to journal her path to wellness from an autoimmune disease through eating good whole foods. The growing realisation that the key to good health is in nature brought her on an incredible journey to where she is today, with a team working under the name originally started as this humble food blog ‘Deliciously Ella’. They have written four plant-based cookbooks, built recipe apps, opened London-based delis, launched a variety of widely available food product ranges, and now a podcast!

The podcast eloquently tackles some tricky subjects – like climate change, veganism and diet myths – in easy-to-access conversations. One of my favourite episodes is ‘Why we care’, where they very honestly discuss why they do what they do, and what drives their passion to share their plant-based journey. The weekly podcast also hosts guests from the world of health, nutrition and business to share their expert wisdom and offer a wider perspective to their listeners.

Their passion and honesty is completely contagious. Everything they turn their hand to rings true to their core message to eat real food and share the joys and benefits of plant-based living for each individual and the planet we all live in.

The Deliciously Ella Podcast is available on iTunes, Podbean and Acast.

Nua Naturals

This is an organic vegan superfood brand I have watch grow since 2011, from three pals passionate to share their journey and all they’d learnt about positive health, to a widely available growing range of over 60 products. Originally Ireland’s Raw Kitchen they did what every good entrepreneur does – absolutely everything themselves – from filling bags to fulfilling orders. In 2014 they redesigned their branding, changed their name and Nua Naturals was born.

The range spans pretty much every superfood I’ve come across, with the addition of berries, seeds, lattes, smoothie boosters and vegan-friendly protein powders. Their philosophy is to help their customer ‘make small changes that make big differences to their lasting health for a happy and balanced life’. They also have recipes and a blog on their website which is well worth a browse for tips of how to get the most out of the products and articles on a range of topics such as immune system support, best superfood to add to your diet and skin health.

Nua Naturals are available in The Hopsack, The Health Store and all good health shops. You can also order direct from their full range of products, browse their recipes and read their healthy tips for life blog from their website.

Written by Ruth Delahunty.

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