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London Wellbeing Festival: 8 things not to miss PLUS how to get £2 off tickets

The London Wellbeing Festival is less than a week away so here are our top 10 things to do while you’re there. Plus, find out how to get £2 off your tickets

1. Aduna

Aduna_Cacao_Energy_Bar, london wellbeing festival, by healthista
Aduna’s new cacao energy bar #CACAOLICIOUS

Stand: B4

Aduna is an Africa-inspired health and beauty brand and social business. Their mission is to create demand for under-utilised natural products from small-scale producers in rural Africa. Their award-winning range of African superfoods include the vitamin-rich superfruit Baobab, the protein-packed green superleaf Moringa and brand new Super-Cacao – the first cacao powder with an EFSA-approved claim for heart health. Available as 100% natural, organic powders for super-charging food and drinks and delicious raw energy bars.

2. Hello Fresh

Jamie Oliver and HelloFresh, london wellbeing festival, by healthista

Stand: E29

At HelloFresh, they make home cooking easy. They deliver healthy, delicious, easy recipes to your door every week. Along with all the ingredients you need to cook them with perfectly. They have recently teamed up with the one and only Jamie Oliver, who has created step-by-step recipes for you to follow.  They say that they will find that there is no feeling more rewarding than hearing from their customers about their HelloFresh experience. That’s why they’ve grabbed their camera and headed to some of their customers’ homes to hear what they have to say about their HelloFresh journey.

3. Forever Living

Forever living products, london wellbeing festival, by healthista

Stand: A18

Shop for your favourite Forever products including best-selling weight management, nutritional supplements, Flawless by Sonya colour cosmetics, iconic Aloe Vera Gel and many more. Founded in 1978 in Scottsdale, Arizona, Forever Living Products is the largest grower, manufacturer and distributor of Aloe Vera products in the world. For over three decades, they have dedicated themselves to seeking out nature’s best sources for health and beauty and sharing them with the world. With a commitment to quality and purity, they are passionate about helping everyone around the world look and feel better.

4. InSpiral Café


Stand: D13

The infamous vegan InSpiral Café, which was based in Camden, has now closed. But don’t panic, because the InSpiral Café will grace us all with its vegan deliciousness at the London Wellbeing festival this year. Indulge yourself with their amazing veggie burgers with homemade gluten-free buns, raw snacks, raw chocolates, and other raw food options. Don’t forget to try the gluten-free vegan cheese, and wickedly yummy cashew based ice cream. It’s unbelievable.

5. In-Fusion tea

in-fusion tea, london wellbeing festival, by healthista

Stand: F10A

Teas inspired by Ayurveda, one of the most ancient systems of wellness and healing. Wellness and good health is thought to be controlled by a balance of the mind, body and spirit. Each of these is called a Dosha, also known as a life force. Each life force and each person is a combination of 5 elements forming the Doshas. These elements are space, air, fire, water and earth.  Each person has their own personal measure of each Dosha. Therefore it is important to know which Dosha is most influential in each individual. In Ayurveda, a person’s ill-health may be a disharmony of the mind, body and spirit combining one or more of the elemental groups. Try their teas to help balance yours.

6. Kefir

kefir, london wellbeing festival, by healthista

Stand: B8

Kefir is a fermented milk drink, cultured from kefir grains originating in eastern Europe. It’s a rich source of calcium, protein and B-vitamins and incredibly high in nutrients and probiotics which are super beneficial for digestion and gut health. Kefir is in fact a more powerful probiotic than yogurt, has potent antibacterial properties and has been proven to improve bone health and lower the risk of osteoporosis and it’s also been known to help with a variety of digestive diseases.

Even though this kefir is fermented in cow’s milk, it is generally well tolerated by people who are lactose intolerant due to the good bacteria breaking down the lactose in the milk. It has a delicious fizzy taste and having a little bit before each meal is the perfect way to maintain a strong healthy digestive system.

7. Light Therapy Revolutions

Light therapy, by healthista

Stand: C4

Light Therapy Revolution is a Quantum Healing practiced based in luxurious premises in Paddington in Central London. The practice, run by international energy healer and self-development teacher Simon Hinton and features cutting edge healing modalities including Natural Frequency-Quantum Light Therapy with Scalar Wave, Rife Frequency Healing and Advanced Tachyon Technology.

Quantum Healing is fast gaining popularity in the UK as a safe, natural and highly effective way to reduce pain and inflammation, relieve stress and trauma, strengthen the body’s immune system and reduce the effects of ageing. At Light Therapy Revolution they incorporate a number of ‘Quantum Tools’ including Natural Scalar Wave Lasers,’Super-Reiki’, Lightbody Technology and Psychic and Tachyon Healing to provide a phenomenal ‘Quantum Combination’ that has the potential to help the body recover naturally.

8. Wellbeing Festival Spa


The London Wellbeing Festival have teamed up with the top therapists in the UK to offer festival goers the perfect oasis of tranquility inside the festival hall. Find sanctuary, relax and unwind in our dedicated Spa Area.

Treatments available:

Reflexology – Reflexology is performed clothed, by applying gentle pressure to areas of the feet, hands or ears (according to your preference) to stimulate all of the body systems. It is a relaxing and effective treatment for stress, physical ailments, on-going problems and general energy rebalancing. a 30 minute taster session will work upon 1 or two specific issues, a full hour long treatment will rebalance all of the body systems for the best overall effect.

Swedish Massage – A stimulating and relaxing massage treatment to relieve knots and tension throughout the body with gentle and consistent massage strokes. A 30 minute treatment will be performed either on the back or legs as required by the client. A full body massage can be performed in an hour long session.

Aromatherapy  the use of essential oils chosen specifically during your consultation to create changes in our bodies and energy fields. It can be performed as a back massage or via the blending of oils, creams, lotions or products to be used after the treatment at home. A 30 minute session can be a consultation and blending session including the making of a product specific to your needs or a 15/20 minute back massage. A full hour long session can include a blending consultation and a full reflexology or back massage treatment using the blended product.

Holistic Facials – A 30 minute facial will determine your correct skin type and products to create radiance and positive skin health via a cleanse, tone and moisturising routine suited to your skin type – with the application of a deep tissue nourishing serum and toning eye gel. A full hour long facial will also include a detoxifying face mask and facial massage with lymph and sinus drainage to reduce fine lines or puffiness.

Book a treatment here

HEALTHISTA TICKET OFFER: Get £2 off each ticket you purchase by clicking here and quoting ‘Healthista2’ to claim your discount

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