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Social Pictures: WellFest


by Holly O'Neill
09th May 2017
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Over 5,000 people descended on Dublin’s Herbert park this weekend for WellFest this weekend, Ireland’s only health, wellness and fitness festival.

Sponsored by KBC, the two-day festival saw a host of international and national stars sharing tips and hosting sessions on all things health, nutrition, fitness and wellness related.

Headliners at the event included:

  • Joe Wicks AKA The Body Coach, the man behind the ?Lean in 15? phenomenon;
  • Coach John Kavanagh;
  • The Happy Pear;
  • Roz Purcell;
  • Svava Sigbertsdottir, founder of the Viking Method;
  • Kathryn Thomas’s Pure Results Bootcamp.

WellFest co-founder Katie Ryan said the organisers were delighted with the turnout and line-up for the event, with tickets sold out across the weekend.

Check out the social pictures from WellFest in our gallery above.