Huddersfield Entrepreneur Launches Regions First Yoga and Wellbeing Festival
Kelly Thistlethwaite, owner of Yorkshire Yogi brings physical and mental health together with yoga and wellbeing festival to be held on August 11th at Standedge Tunnel and Visitors centre in Marsden, Huddersfield.
The first of it’s kind and scale, Huddersfield will be welcoming the #huddswellfest on Saturday 11th August at Standedge Tunnel and Visitors Centre, Marsden. The full day, family event is being brought to life by Owner and Founder of Yorkshire Yogi, local entrepreneur, Kelly Thistlethwaite.
Founded in Richmond, North Yorkshire, Yorkshire Yogi has been offering wellbeing, mindfulness and yoga workshops to school children of various ages. She also offers Corporate Wellbeing packages as well as retreat days and workshops across Yorkshire.
Kelly has a degree in Sports Rehabilitation and has worked within sports clubs, private injury clinics, at the Military’s Centre of Excellence for Rehabilitation- DRMC Headley Court and Help for heroes.
Kelly is a Wellbeing Coach, Yoga instructor and has a great depth of knowledge and understanding of both physical and mental health. Kelly’s aim is to inspire people to learn and to understand themselves. To give them the tools to nourish their mental and physical well-being and empower them to use them. This is the essence of what the festival is all about.
Kelly has some amazing instructors and professionals from across Yorkshire on the programme that are going to deliver quality, inspirational and honest workshops to help with this goal.
The festival is a full day out for the whole family, running from 11am-9pm. The locations grounds are peaceful and sit in the valley bottom alongside the water. The grounds will be lined with chill out areas and stalls such as vegetarian and vegan food vendors, Including Punch Bar and Tapas, The Suns of the North Coffee shop and BLOC.
There will be woodwork specialists, holistic therapists, health products, yoga clothing, essential oils, arts and crafts and much more. There will also be various charities present throughout the day to inform you of the wellbeing support that is available including Help for Heroes, the Samaritans and Kirkwood hospice just to name a few.
The festival workshop programme is impressive with over 60 sessions to try including Yoga, Pilates, CrossFit, circuits, nutrition talks, mediations, dance and Zumba. Specific sessions are being held for children, teenagers, parents and children 50yrs plus as well as lots being open to all.
A huge part of the programme is being dedicated to mental wellbeing with talks covering topics such as anxiety, stress, men’s mental health, menopause, exam stress for teenagers, the worries of parenthood for new parents/parent to be, confidence, understand our emotions and much more.
Kelly is taking advantage of the location and offering sessions in the surrounding woodland and nature reserve too including mindful walks, forest bathing, mindful drawing, arts and crafts and meditation.
All sessions will operate on a first come first served basis. Children U16 get free entry into the festival and adults tickets are £5 online and £7 on the door. VIP tickets are also on sale now for £10 and include a gift bag.
With a capacity of over 2,000, the event has 85% of their online VIP tickets already sold so be quick and general online ticket sales (£5) are now on sale.
There is an opportunity to sponsor the event and Kelly will be reaching out to business's in the area. Local companies that have become Event Sponsors so far include Precision Tool Design, Safe Environmental, Pip to Grow Strong, Qwik Graphics and Sons of the North.
If you would like to know more about the tiered sponsorships options available and how you can help enhance the event whilst gaining brand mentions and publicity via the Yorkshire Yogi PR and social media pages, then please head to the website listed below or email Kelly.
For more information, to book your tickets, and to know more about sponsorship opportunities head to www.yorkshireyogi.com or email Kelly at firstname.lastname@example.org