Lacking a little oomph? This may be just the thing you need

Picture yourself sipping on a coconut, tasting the best of Melbourne’s food scene and listening to six of Australia’s most successful women. Like what you see? Visit The Wellness Festival.

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Do you ever feel like you’re merely going through the motions of life? Like you’re stuck in a monotonous nine to five job, seven days a week to have two days of “rest”, usually spent doing jobs, attending obligatory events and drinking too much?

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If your answer is yes, chances are you’ve never been to an inspirational conference and perhaps it’s time. Time to invest in yourself at the Coachella of the health world, The Wellness Festival.

If you’ve never heard of The Wellness Festival, rid your mind of a henna-drawing, hula-hoop dancing séance. Instead picture yourself sipping on a coconut, listening to six of Australia’s most successful women share their advice for success, tasting the best of Melbourne’s food scene and treating yourself to the most on-trend fashion and beauty products.

Aside from being a great day out, The Wellness Festival will nurture and inspire you to lead a more wholesome life, focusing on a range of aspects including health, wellness, self-love, wealth, career and relationships.

Feel like you’re lacking a little oomph or direction? Here are three reasons The Wellness Festival may be just what you need.

3 reasons you’ll be thankful you went to The Wellness Festival

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1. You’ll leave more driven, inspired and confident than you arrived

There’s no better way to learn about success than to hear from those who’ve experienced it first hand. The Wellness Festival boasts a killer line up of some of our favourite, fierce females including:

  • Lisa Messenger, editor of Collective Hub
  • Sarah Wilson, author of I Quit Sugar
  • Melissa Ambrosini, author of Mastering Your Mean Girl
  • Julie Stevanja, co-founder of Style Runner
  • Carla Oates, owner of The Beauty Chef
  • Sarah Holloway, co-founder of Matcha Maiden
  • And of course, the beautiful host, Rachael Finch.

A day spent absorbing the expert advice of these seven inspiring ladies is guaranteed to leave you with a chest full of confidence and a mind full of ideas.

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Image credit: @colourandcoconuts

2. You’ll get to experience some of the best of the wellness world

Save the café crawl and visit all your favourite hotspots at the internal Wellness Market. Sip on a Matka matcha tea, refuel with a Greene St. juice, try the protein balls of a Health Enthusiast and sample the best from Melbourne’s Combi café. With over 25 exhibitor stalls, each handpicked from Australia’s best food, beauty and health services, you’ll be able to peruse the latest fashion and beauty products, treat yourself to a Mukti hand massage and test taste your way to a healthy coma. Check out the full list here.

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3. You’ll meet hundreds of like-minded people

Aside from the successful six, expect to meet and connect with over 500 like-minded souls with a passion for health and wellness. Share your ideas, discuss the latest trends and expand your career. With that much aspiration and inspiration in the one room, you’re sure to finish the day with the tools for success… it’s physics.

Still not convinced? Sarah Wilson has made 1.8 million people worldwide quit sugar, which is enough to get us to buy tickets.


The Wellness Festival

Where: Laurens Hall – 183 Laurens Street, North Melbourne, VIC 3051, Australia

When: Saturday, 30 April 2016 from 9am – 4pm

Purchase tickets here.