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Munster’s First Large-Scale Health and Wellness Festival Launched

Shanbally House & Gardens in Nenagh, Co Tipperary, will host Munster’s first large scale health and wellness festival, ‘Elevate FitFest’ this August.

The festival takes place on Saturday 19 and Sunday 20 August and will feature over 30 acts, speakers, and presenters across the weekend, including some of Ireland’s best-known health and wellness experts; Brian Keane (Brian Keane Fitness), Aisling Fox (AOK Nutrition), Trisha Lewis (Trisha’s Transformation), Daniella Moyles (The Still), Aoife Hannon (The Pilates Programme), and Sinead Brady (The Career Psychologist), amongst many others.

Munster health and wellness festival

Promoter Kate Duggan said: “We have an ethos of ‘health through nature’ here at Shanbally House and invite you to experience a 360 approach to health and wellbeing. This festival is an opportunity for you to take time out from everyday life, reinvest in yourself, try out different activity and movement-based classes, interact with some amazing Irish companies and brands, and make new connections.”

Munster health and wellness festival

The festival will host a large food village & our dedicated talk tent will leave you wanting to reset your mind and life. In addition, the immensely fun ‘Coppers the Workout’ is guaranteed to deliver belly laughs and an all-round great time.

Activities over the weekend will range from Zumba and self-defence classes to the global rock workout POUND, to more zen vibes including mindfulness classes, talks, tips for better sleep, expert nutritionists offering advice on how to optimise your diet, a games area, lifting and strength stations, individual and gym challenges, on top of grounding sessions, walled garden tours and educational talks.

Shanbally House and Gardens is a 200-acre property, situated just 10 minutes outside of Nenagh town. Shanbally hosts corporate training events, team building activities, international retreats, all with a holistic approach.

The organic certified lands grow organic oats for Flahavan’s and other cereal crops. It is also the largest medicinal herb farm in Ireland, growing over 120 medicinal herbs with a dedicated processing facility specialising in herbal extractions.

Tickets, priced at €65 plus booking fee are available at www.universe.com/events and further information can be found on www.elevatefitfest.ie

Geoff Percival
Geoff Percival
Geoff has worked in business, news, consumer and travel journalism for more than 25 years; having worked for and contributed to the likes of The Irish Examiner, Business & Finance, Business Plus, The Sunday Times, The Irish News, Senior Times, and The Sunday Tribune.

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