Developed by the Nashville Health & Wellness Magazine, the exposition will open with a high-octane demo by Erin Oprea, fitness trainer for Carrie Underwood and author of “The 4x4 Diet”, plus other industry speakers, interactive workshops and more than 200 exhibitors.
Main stage events and workshops will include a variety of fun wellness topics, such as a Puppy Pilates session by the Nashville Humane Association. Other workshops will be led by Thistle Farms Founder Becca Stevens; Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Registered Play Therapist-Supervisor Paris Goodyear-Brown; Chef Charity Morgan; Yoga Instructor Lauren Zoeller; Motivational Speaker Cortney Edmondson; the Alzheimer’s Association; the Heimerdinger Foundation; Harmonized Brain Centers and more to be announced.
“Nashville has quickly become a health-conscious city, and my team saw a gap in the health and wellness industry for an all-encompassing wellness event that goes beyond just working out,” said Paul Rowney, Owner PHR Media LLC and creator of the event. “The Health & Wellness Fest will incorporate interactive workshops and educational seminars across a broad range of topics—from mental health to nutrition to exercising and much more.”
The event will cover all areas of alternative, holistic, functional and traditional treatments and therapies, plus spas, fitness studios, wellness centers and more.
Exhibitor booths are available for the event starting at $220. Additional speakers and a list of workshops will be announced leading up to the event on the magazine’s Facebook event page.
For more information about the Nashville Health & Wellness Fest, including sponsorships, workshops and tickets, please visit nashvillehealthandwellnessfest.com. Tickets will go on sale in 2019. Admission is $10 in advance and $15 at the door. Ages 12 and under get in free.
Nashville Health & Wellness magazine is middle Tennessee’s longest established magazine for those interested in pursuing their healthiest life. More than 20,000 copies are distributed every month in over 1,000 high-traffic locations in and around the Nashville metro area. To read more from the magazine, visit healthandwellnessnashville.com.