Summer is over but no point in licking your wounds about it! Instead, let’s look forward to a host of wellness-inspired events taking place. Wondering what’s on this weekend? Wonder no more!
What’s on in Dublin?
Image x Deliciously Ella @ Medley Dublin
There’s no doubting that Ella Mills is a powerhouse of a woman and as she launches her fourth book (Deliciously Ella The Plant-Based Cookbook) join her for an evening of Champagne, canapes (vegan obvs) and chats! Learn more about Ella’s career path from food blogger to successful entrepreneur. Ella will share her amazing story as well as her wealth of knowledge on healthy eating and veganism. One not to be missed
Tuesday, September 4 @ 6.30pm. Tickets are priced @ €45 and are available here
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There was a moment last year where I genuinely thought about stopping Deliciously Ella. We got caught up in such a negative conversation and the whole idea of eating well seemed to be so confused. I realised at this point there was only one way forward if I wanted to keep our mission to make veggies a little cooler going, and that was to be ok with everyone having an opinion on us. As long as we were still helping broccoli and lentils become part of our everyday then it was worth it. So few of us manage to eat our five a day (barely more than 1/4 of the UK) and the only way to change that is to change the preconceptions of these kinds of ingredients is to make them beautiful and delicious, and I believe that’s important for our health and for the health of our planet. I’ve spent a long time working on building that inner strength to not mind what anyone thinks and eighteen months later I’ve never ever felt happier or more excited about what we do. We need more plants, more love, more happiness, more joy and more community. Seeing the podcast hit #1 and you guys fall in love with the book honestly makes my heart want to explode with love and pride for this community. Thank you thank you thank you, happy book day and happy cooking ❤️ The book will be in all bookshops from today and online on Amazon too (link in our bio), I hope it helps everyone in your life get a little more excited about their veggies 🤗
Patrick Beach Weekend @ YogaHub Castleknock
WellFest alum Patrick Beach is back for a yoga weekend like no other at YogaHub Castleknock. Over the course of two days Patrick will teach workshops on everything from handstands to inversions and backbends to the complete practice. Are you even a yogi if you’re not at these workshops?
Saturday, September 1 & Sunday, September 2 from 12.30 – 3pm and 4pm to 6pm. Individual workshops are priced at €49 or €179 for the weekend and are available here
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sometimes life is like a dark tunnel, you can’t always see the light at the end but if you keep moving you will come to a better place. a gem from uncle iroh (again if you haven’t watched avatar get to it!) and while your at it, keep moving forward. change is the most constant thing there is and figuring out how to ebb and flow with it has given me more freedom than any constant ever could. wearing @aloyoga #asana #yogainspiration
India Day @ Phoenix Park
For a free day of fun and cultural immersion for the whole family head to the Phoenix Park this Sunday for the third annual India Day. India Day in Ireland started in 2015 since it has grown into a largest Irish-Indian celebration in Ireland. India Day celebration plays an important role in bringing all Indian communities together and also plays a significant role in bringing the Irish and Indian community at one place to experience Indian Culture, Heritage, Music, Art & Craft, Meditation along with Indian & Continental Cuisine with exciting entertainment. It is also a huge amount of fun!
Sunday, September 2 from 11am- 5pm. Tickets are available here