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First major city wellness event set for autumn

A GROUP of experienced and passionate wellbeing practitioners have come together to create a unique event in Liverpool this autumn.

Wellness In The City, taking place on October 7th at The Spine in Paddington, is aiming to educate and raise awareness of all the options available in the Merseyside wellness arena.

Founder Clare Ellis said: “My colleagues and I had this vision during the height of the pandemic of bringing together the full range of wellness options in the Liverpool region under one roof so we’ve compiled what will be a unique event for the sector. 

“We’ll be working with providers across the industry, hosting a day-long event at The Spine, educating, inspiring and raising awareness of what is available.

“I’ve already spoken with numerous companies and organisations about collaborating, along with many of the innovative practitioners who are looking to participate in the event.”Clare’s partners in the initiative include Margaret Bell, an experienced gut health expert, Claire Morton, a well-known wellbeing specialist in the region for more than two decades and event management specialist Rachel Riches.

Margaret said: “A lot of people I work with are looking for hope, inspiration, knowledge and awareness around their health and this day-long initiative will give people some more control over their well-being, inspire them, help them to connect and create trustworthy links across all the advice being given by experts taking part in the event.”

Claire said: “We always wanted to make the event inclusive because it’s about working together to make a real difference to people’s lives, tell them what’s available, perhaps for the first time in their experience and do so by bringing together practitioners in the industry all in one space. We have doctors and therapists already on board, working in both conventional and complimentary medicine to help those who for example, feel like their own experience of the medical profession has failed them. We know this is all too common from our research and feedback.”City wellbeing advocate Joel Jelen, part of the marketing team behind the event believes the programme on the day is a genuinely exciting prospect and builds on previous city and regional discussions around hosting such a project that never previously transpired.

He added: “I know the organisers both personally and professionally and they are driven to make this work, have great connections in commerce and wellness, and I’m really looking forward to seeing Wellness In The City come to fruition. No doubt, many benefits will be created for future events in 2023 to build or what will be achieved in October.”

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