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Monaco Life is giving away tickets to the first ever two-day wellness festival taking place in Monte Carlo this July, following the theme ‘In your element’.
The event will be Monte Carlo’s first ever two-day wellness festival and it will focus on the elements fire, earth, air and water. The aim is to achieve balance of mind, body and connection to the planet.
People are encouraged to take part from 6th to 7th July at the Colombus Hotel, World Glass Gym and in the outdoor classes and workshops.
The schedule is as follows:
Saturday Morning at the Monte-Carlo Bay Hotel
Start the day with Born to Move movement class with Kim Hartwell, a class that helps you move your body in the way we were born to as a baby, primal movements to strengthen your body and release tensions.
Followed by an energising breath work class to get you motivated for the weekend ahead. Richie Bostock will host his signature breath work workshops conscious breathing practices. Understanding and using the breath purposefully is a major skill if you want to become a healthy, happy, high-performing individual and enhance every aspect of your life.
Complimentary Reiki will be available at the Columbus Hotel with Bernice Robinson, a Holistic Reiki master and crystal healer from the Connaught Hotel in London. Get energised, feel refreshed and relaxed during a one-to-one natural healing session with crystals.
Naomi Buff will be hosting three workshops with recipes and food demonstrations at the Columbus Hotel on Saturday afternoon.
Weight Loss: will provide you with nutrient dense balanced recipes to reduce sugar cravings and promote faster fat burning.
Skin: by healing/improving your gut health and then reaping the benefits with your skin health to get that glow & younger looking skin.
Energy: Learn how to naturally restore and revive your adrenals through nurturing and nourishing foods that can energise and heal you giving you back a spring in your step!
There will also be a posture and alignment anti-ageing workshop with the osteopath to the Monaco Ballet. Peter Lewton-Brain will help improve your body’s movement and strength in this interactive session in the Pilates studio at World Class Gym.
A silent disco will be held with trained dancers on the terrace of Stars’n’Bars on Saturday night. Get sweaty and wild in this fun’ movement is medicine’ dance class. All the family is welcome.
And then there is a Kids Club on Saturday morning with coaches from FMC Academy and children’s yoga class with Careen Cassir. Drop off your kids for free 9am to 12pm if you have tickets for the event.
Sunday morning starts with Jasmine Hemsley hosting her Sound Bath Healing session, focused on immersing the body in a sound frequency meant to heal the soul at the Monte-Carlo Bay gardens. Jasmine’s talk will be about fusing the very best of Eastern wisdom and systems of health with the latest cutting-edge technology and developments in Western wellbeing.
on Sunday afternoon, join the professional cyclist panel with Dave Tanner and Calvin Watson to hear their advice on how to eat and train for this popular endurance sport, and an interview with Damian Fisher from Boost Monaco.
Win the latest fitness gadget Activ5 in an interactive healthy life hacks workshop in World Class Gym with coaches and experts.
Classes over the weekend include:
Ocean flow yoga
Flow your own way yoga
Yin / Yan yoga
Total Body Workout
Re-charge and re-energise
Tickets are 50 euros for the day / 80 euros for the weekend.
All attendees receive a luxury beauty goody bag worth 100 euros.
Book Tickets at: https://inyourelementfestival.com/book-tickets/
For your chance to win tickets, simply send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line ‘Wellness Festival’.
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