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Mind Body Spirit - The Wellbeing Festival WIT Arena Waterford this weekend

Feed your Mind, Body and Spirit at The Wellbeing Festival, WIT Arena Waterford, 28-30 October. Come along and experience a selection of stands to inspire and educate. The Festival provides something for everyone in the holistic arena, including an interactive area for children. Experience an exciting range of free talks, dedicated spaces for both Yoga and Meditation and a Live Stage in the exhibition area. Expand your knowledge with our selection of mini-workshops and demonstrations over three days. Join inspirational teachers and exhibitors from Ireland, the United Kingdom and beyond.

The festival runs over the whole weekend on:

Saturday, 28 October 10am to 6pm

Sunday, 29 October 10am to 6pm

Monday, 30 October 10am to 5pm

Tickets for the event are now available through our website and at the door.

Single day entry is €10 with under 16's going free.

Online only specials - 2for1 on Saturday, 28 October and a Weekend Ticket at €20 for all three days. See

Feed Your Mind, Body & Spiritwide range of speakers, exhibitors & demonstrations, Dedicated Yoga and Meditation Spaces, children’s area.

As the nature of Irish wellbeing evolves, a unique collaboration between Mary Sheridan of ‘Mind Body Spirit Dublin’, and Elaine Woods Clarke of ‘Wellbeing with Elaine’ is born. "The Wellbeing Festival" (incorporating Mind Body Spirit Dublin) has emerged from Mary's many years of experience with the Mind Body Spirit Festival and Elaine's extensive corporate and holistic background. Mary and Elaine are transforming Mind Body Spirit Dublin into a unique Wellbeing Festival with the intention of amplifying the light consciousness, and heart centred nature of Ireland and our planet.

This Festival will take Mind Body Spirit Dublin very firmly into this new era of light consciousness and heart centred living and is designed to bring together leading authorities from Ireland and the Globe, to showcase the diversity of natural health, complementary medicine, spiritual healing, and the human potential movement. The current rapid expansion of healing phenomena, requires an event in Ireland that provides a high quality, trustworthy environment for people of all backgrounds to share. We are confident that The Wellbeing Festival will celebrate the wisdom of the Irish people as Global Citizens, in collaboration with representatives of other nations.

In keeping with this new vision, we have moved outside Dublin for the first Wellbeing Festival to Waterford and the fantastic purpose build facility WIT Arena. This facility offers 2000 sqm of exhibition space with high ceilings and natural light. Along with this fantastic light filled space there are several break out rooms to facilitate talks and workshops, along with dedicated areas for yoga, meditation and the like. There is also the huge bonus of over 400 free car parking spaces and a convenient edge of town location.

The venue is well served by the road network and Waterford also has good public transport facilities including bus and rail, along with the wonderful Waterford Greenway bike system which has a station at the Arena.

The Festival runs over three days, with a large array of talks, workshops and demonstrations, along with a dedicated meditation space and a dedicated yoga space. There is also a children's area offering mini-workshops (including fairy door making and mandala colouring), along with face-painting and nail painting.

The unique purpose built venue that is the WIT Arena, along with the vibrant and growing holistic community in the region the South/ South-East and Waterford in particular the perfect location for this amazing festival.

Mind Body Spirit - The Wellbeing Festival comes to WIT Arena Waterford this weekend for three days of holistic wellbeing bringing together, the best of Mind Body Spirit Dublin with new and exciting themes and initiatives.


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