The Ecology Centre’s ‘Your peace, our place’ - health and wellbeing day
Saturday, August 17th
Come along to Fife’s first outdoor health and wellbeing day on Saturday, 17 August from 10am until 3pm at The Ecology Centre in Kinghorn. Expect a day filled with talks, treatments and workshops co-hosted by Holistic Scotland Magazine to help you feel healthier, energised and more in tune with yourself and the world around you.
Highlights include a foodie area dedicated to the latest plant-based food and drinks; free taster classes from some of Fife’s top fitness experts, specialising in yoga, Nia, PiYo and strength training; plenty of stalls and a series of talks designed to inspire and entertain.
Holistic Scotland Magazine will debut its new Herbal Tea Tent and Chill Out Zone – sponsored by Health Food & More – where you’ll be able to grab a free herbal tea or alt-gin virgin drink and enjoy a face yoga or sound healing session in association with Face Yoga Scotland and Positive Change Yoga. The day will culminate in a guided meditation in the Holistic Scotland Magazine tent, where you’ll be able to pick up a free goodie bag containing the latest issue of Holistic Scotland Magazine and a selection of other natural health and beauty gifts.
More information on the programme for the day will be added to our website and on our social media channels. Make sure you follow us on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter.
Tickets are £15.00 - available from our website https://www.theecologycentre.org/item/273/Eventtickets/Your-peace-our-place.html
All proceeds from the sale of these tickets will go straight back into supporting the charity and the important work we do at the Centre.
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