The health and wellbeing event of the year is back!

28th May 2018 | Dave Leverton | Unlimited Wellbeing News

The health and wellbeing event of the year is back!

Thousands of people from all over the country enjoyed a day to remember at Pride Park Stadium in Derby when The Unlimited Wellbeing exhibition and conference came to town. With 100 exhibitors , 9 workshop rooms and a host of classes and activities to join in with including yoga, laughter therapy, mindfulness and even a gong bath, there truly was something for everyone. The Unlimited Wellbeing team are planning events all over the UK but have chosen to return to the East Midlands to stage their flagship event with an even bigger and better show for 2019 at the Motorpoint Arena in Nottingham.

Unlimited Wellbeing Chief Operating Officer, Dave Leverton explains why UW have chosen to stage next years show at the East Midlands premier venue.

"We set out last year to put on a health and wellbeing show like no other and we like to think we not only achieved that but exceeded people's expectations. For 2019 we are raising the bar even higher with more exhibitors, more classes, more workshops and more activities. By taking the show to the Motorpoint Arena we have a huge space to work with which allows us to do so much more and ensure a fantastic day for everyone who attends."

7000 tickets will be available and demand is expected to be high when tickets go on sale next month. "Many people came to have a quick look round at Pride Park and ended up staying all day and with even more going on this time we are expecting a sell out," explains Dave. "There will be something for absolutely everyone and a few surprises along the way as well. The Motorpoint Arena not only allows us make sure as many people as possible get to attend, it also allows us to improve certain things including the pamper zone and catering offer. We will also be offering VIP hospitality packages with exclusive access to a number of treatments, therapies and classes within the VIP suite."

Unlimited Wellbeing are keen to showcase as many local practitioners as possible at the show and welcome interest from anyone who would like to hold classes or workshops. Many of those who did so at Derby are keen to be involved again with almost everyone reporting an influx of new business following the event. "We want to put on a great show," says Dave. "But we also want to educate and inspire people, and show just how much is available out there. We have some incredible health and wellbeing professionals in the East Midlands and this is a great way for them to boost their profile and attract new clients."

Anyone looking to get involved can register their interest here

Plans are already well underway for what promises to be a day to remember!

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