Cheltenham’s first ever Wellbeing Festival is coming this September
PUBLISHED: 11:28 05 August 2019 | UPDATED: 17:24 06 August 2019
This September will see the launch of the first ever Cheltenham Wellbeing Festival, a week-long celebration of well-being, which aims to help local people, live life well
Unique to any other festival experience, the Cheltenham Wellbeing Festival, taking place from September 9-15, has partnered with over fifty local businesses to bring together a community of experts from the local area and beyond, to inspire, educate and entertain visitors.
Split across four sections, the festival will provide access to a variety of Cheltenham's best workouts and unique ways to move, through its Active Pass. Visitors will be able to gain practical advice and learn new skills as well as enjoy breakfast and supper clubs from local and national experts in our exciting schedule of interactive workshops and events. There will be also be a range of powerful talks and seminars from some of the UK's favourite experts, that will explore the latest trends and topics in wellbeing as well as the chance to discover some of the very best practitioners, therapists, injury clinics, holistic therapists, treatments, pampering, beauty, spa, hair and grooming with our Treatment Pass.
Split across three sections, this festival will provide access to a variety of Cheltenham's best services and products:
1. Get your body moving with the Active Pass
The exciting programme of fitness classes in our Active Pass. will give attendees the chance to sample Cheltenham's best workouts and ways to move with some exciting festival exclusives.
Whether you're looking to push yourself to new limits, stretch and tone, or move your body in different ways, the Cheltenham Wellbeing Festival have partnered with over 15 fitness clubs, private trainers and studios across Cheltenham who will open sessions for you to try across the week.
Choose from: yoga, pilates, barre, climbing, martial arts, CrossFit, HIIT, spinning, running, swimming, tennis and much more.
2. Learn from experts in talks and seminars
The Cheltenham Wellbeing Festival will play host to a unique line-up of talks, panel discussions and seminars, hosted by some of the UK's leading industry experts in the Main Stage Talks, In Conversation with Series, Yellow Kite Author Series and our Adventure Series.
Guests include Live 101' with Dr Dawn Harper, 'The Science of Self-Healing' with Dr Jeremy Howick, 'The Mask of Masculinity' with Ben Bidwell, Kevin Braddock and Jake Mills, 'The Power of Human Connection' and much more.
3. Create, learn and have fun: workshops & events
Gain practical advice and learn new skills from local and national experts in the exciting programme of interactive workshops and events. Enjoy a wide range of exclusive experiences, learn new skills, and hear from some of your local experts on a variety of subjects across the whole spectrum of wellbeing.
You can expect inspirational breakfast and brunch events, a variety of incredible pop-up supper clubs that will explore a variety of cooking methods, ingredients and spices and workshops covering creative outlets.
4. Indulge and treat yourself with the Treatment Pass
Discover some of the very best practitioners, therapists, injury clinics, holistic therapists, treatments, pampering, beauty, spa, hair and grooming boutiques across Cheltenham with the Treatment Pass, giving you 15% off a range of services when you book between September 9 and 15 for a treatment to be redeemed up to six months after the event.
Book your tickets today
Whether it's trying a new fitness class, finding an activity group, seeking support on a health issue, achieving more balance or to simply indulge, the Cheltenham Wellbeing Festival will open the doors to the very best businesses and services in the area to help you live life well.
The full Cheltenham Wellbeing Festival 2019 line-up of speakers, schedule of events and active pass classes can be found at cheltenhamwellbeingfestival.com.
Tickets to the Cheltenham Wellbeing Festival will vary across each area of the event, with some tickets individually priced. There will also be a range of FREE events open to the public so everyone can get involved in across the week.