Relax and unwind with activities and talks designed to improve your mental and physical wellbeing.
Northamptonshire Sport and Delapré Abbey are teaming up to deliver another Wellbeing Festival after last year’s success. This year the festival will be running from Friday 20th
January to Sunday 22nd January and contains a whole host of activities and talks for everyone at any stage in life to enjoy. There will be everything from Sound Therapy and Pilates to Nordic Walking and talks on sleep, chronic pain or menopause.
Gabrielle Deere, Strategic Director – Business Development & Commercial, Northamptonshire Sport said: “This year we are excited to bring back the Wellbeing Festival to help people unwind and reset after the festive period.
“With Delapré Abbey as the backdrop, we’re hoping to help people uncover new ways to relax and improve both physical and mental health in ways they may not have thought about before. These sessions are perfect for beginners and those wanting to give something new a go. The talks offer something for most people whether it is using arts & crafts to unwind or to learn something new. There is even something for kids!”
Classes and activities:
This festival is part of Delapré Wellbeing, a wellbeing hub designed to empower people across the county to take control over their health and wellbeing through cultural experiences, events, classes and more. Crucially, all activities the hub hosts are suggested, designed, and led by members of the community.
Delapré Wellbeing was one of 37 projects from across the country to receive funding from the Thriving Communities Fund. The fund was set up to support communities to address the issues that they face as a result of Covid-19.
This Wellbeing Festival has been programmed by Northamptonshire Sport and the Abbey, partnering with Space2Talk, Aligned Pilates, Action for Happiness, Curvy Asanas, Mandala Moon Therapies, Clubbercise Northampton, The Curator-Educator, IAPT Talking Therapies Northants, and the Frank Bruno Academy.
See the full programme and find out more at delaprewellbeing.co.uk.