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Get down to WellFest

WellFest in Royal Hospital Kilmainham in Dublin on the weekend of 11-12 May promises to be a great health related event again this year.

British broadcaster, best-selling author and founder of Happy Place Fearne Cotton will be a headline presenter with Joe Wicks – fitness expert, best-selling cookbook author and social media sensation who will host a workout on the KBC Main Stage, as well as taking part in a one-to-one chat with Fearne and hosting a book signing in the Dubray tent.

The line-up for this year’s event is pretty impressive:

  • Best-selling cookery author and healthy food and lifestyle enthusiast Roz Purcell
  • Performance psychologist Gerry Hussey
  • Integrated wellness and nutritional coach Miriam Hussey
  • Fitness and healthy living duo Dominic and Grainne Parker
  • ‘The Natural Lifestylist’, Tony Riddle
  • Zero-waste vegan chef and sustainability advocate Max La Manna, who will give a cooking demo
  • Nutritionist, cookbook author and ITV presenter Dale Pinnock, aka the ‘Medicinal Chef’
  • Movement coach and best-selling author of The Flexible Body, Roger Frampton
  • Former Australian pole vaulter turned fitness and yoga expert, Amanda Bisk
  • American dance-fitness instructor and creator of The Sculpt Society, Megan Roup
  • Fitness experts Alice Liveing, Bradley Simmonds and Faisal Abdalla
  • Mixed Martial Arts coach John Kavanagh
  • Bestselling author and entrepreneur Ella Mills, founder of Deliciously Ella
  • Yoga sensations Cat Meffan and Richie Norton (aka The Strength Temple)
  • Dietitian Dr Megan Rossi, aka The Gut Health Doctor
  • Consultant dermatologist and author of ‘The Skin Bible’ Dr. Anjali Mahto

The festival will also feature an expanded WellKids area for 2019. This will include POUND dance classes for kids, as well as Hula Hooping, yoga for kids, Dance It Out Ireland and animal movement sessions. A further new feature this year will be the ‘Healing Zone’ featuring holistic treatments for body and mind.

Weekend and day tickets for the festival are on sale now for €79 and €49 respectively at

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