Just a quick one to tell you about this charity event that I’ve booked on with MumBoss Nina of Rock Beam Yoga – would love to see some of you there!
Where: Cheltenham Martial Arts, 50 Winchcombe Street, Cheltenham
When: Saturday, March 23, 2pm-5pm
What: A charity wellbeing and fitness festival in aid of the Gloucestershire-based Longfield Hospice.
There will be a juice demo and taster protein power balls to kick start the day from Jay Halford, The Raw Chef. The event includes a fitness kickboxing blast out with Matt Rudman, owner of Cheltenham Martial Arts, and a Flow & Glow yoga class with Nina Lane-Jenkins, owner of Rock Beam Yoga. Beginners very welcome!
All equipment will be provided and their friendly classes are suitable for absolute beginners and those wishing to increase their wellbeing.
There will also be a cupping demo with Purelands Acupuncture whose owners Paolo William Nicosia and Ellie Louise Bradshaw will also be providing massages throughout the day for all wellbeing guests.
Nafia Harding from Upraw Foods is kindly donating an organic, healthy cake from Upraw Foods, the perfect ‘cake recovery’ during the Grand Raffle and recipe cards will be given out to all guests.
A wealth of prizes worth up to 3k have been donated to the grand raffle, including a karate party for up to 20 children at Cheltenham Martial Arts, along with a six month membership for adult and child, a yoga course from Rock Beam Yoga, acupuncture treatments and an organic and cruelty free product hamper.
Nina Lane-Jenkins, one of the organisers of the event, said: “We only have 30 tickets for sale so this is quite an exclusive event, first-come-first-served! The afternoon and ticket price of £37 is amazing value as you are getting over £60 worth of fitness and wellbeing goodies on the day, the experience will leave you feeling empowered, revitalised and fantastic.
Our aim is to try to raise as much as possible for the Longfield Hospice.
She added: “My father sadly passed away last April and they were a lifeline to helping and supporting him and our family. I wanted to create a charity event to raise awareness about this amazing charity and give something back to them. And to organise something in honour of my dad’s memory. He was an amazing man.”
“100% of our proceeds are going to this charity. We have been in touch with Longfield who are really behind our festival, which is great.
“It’s also a great chance to bring all the local businesses together along Winchcombe Street to collaborate and raise the local business community vibe.”