Friday, 18 April 2014

Mind Body Spirit London Wellbeing Festival 2014




Now I've got that long post title out the way, I wanted to share with you a cool event happening in London over May Bank Holiday weekend. The Mind Body Spirit Festival has been running since 1971 making it one of the U.K's longest running holistic festivals and it hosts a range of wellbeing workshops, Inspirational speakers, exercise classes, live music and exhibition stalls.

I hope to be going on Saturday the 24th of May as Ruby Wax will be talking about mindfulness as part of her Sane New World Tour. I think it will be really interesting and good fun. There is an option to pay to be a part of the smaller workshops, this cost is on top on the £10 entry fee. What you get for the ticket entry is amazing in my opinion. On the free stage there's an eclectic mix of concerts, dance performances, yoga and even shamanic drumming. The Mantra Lounge is where you can join a meditation class, take part in a healing sound bath of Tibetan drums or you may want to take part in class focusing on conscious rest (I really want to go to this one).

There is so much going on at the festival, head over to www.mindbodyspirit.co.uk to check it out for yourself.

If you are into self-development, self-empowerment, yoga, meditation and wellbeing then you should be planning a visit to the Mind Body Spirit London Wellbeing Festival 23-26 May.
This May sees the awesome Mind Body Spirit London Wellbeing Festival roll into London for a four day festival celebration of self-exploration, self-expression, music, workshops and community. A gathering of a global tribe, all looking to lead a better, healthier, empowered lifestyle.

 
The festival also features 3 dedicated workshop spaces, live music, the popular Wellbeing Studio, two pop up temples, the Mantra Lounge, the Love Dome, A 360 degree cinema and creative art exhibitions.
So ditch your work mind and come explore your play time in a celebration of our positivity and hunger for community, personal growth and change.

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