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Fantastic one-day health and wellness event to take place in Claregalway

A fantastic one-day Health and Wellness event will take place at Claregalway Castle in Galway this September.

The event, taking place on 15 September, will be an immersive one-day experience that will gather the biggest and best-known names in health and wellness, professional sport and high-level business to share their insights and journeys.

Founded by performance and health couple Gerry Hussey and Miriam Kerins Hussey, Soul Space aims to bring to life their vibrant, passionate and innovative approach to physical, mental, psychological and emotional wellbeing.

The impressive panel of speakers include mental health and sports advocate Brent Pope, Dr. Terry Lynch, Dr. Malie Coyne, Gerry Hussey, Alison canavan, Síle Seoige, Miriam Kerins Hussey, Maev Creaven and many more.

Speaking about this year’s event, co-founder Miriam Kerins Hussey said: “We are very excited to host such an important conversation around the real issues that are impacting health in our everyday lives.

“For too long I have witnessed the rising scale in lifestyle related diseases – it’s now time we address our health from a preventive and proactive approach and use lifestyle as a means of medicine.”

There will also be a chance to participate in experiential classes in yoga, meditation, sound healing and other wellness practices, as well as to sample delicious and healthy food from a variety of independent Irish producers.

Discussing why the west was selected to host this event,  co-founder Gerry Hussey added: “As a west of Ireland person I am more than aware that so many of these important events are held in Dublin which sometimes makes it difficult for people outside of Dublin to attend.

“This is a really important message and will address many of the important health and wellness challenges that we have here in the west of Ireland.”

 

Michael Malone
Email me at editor@galwaydaily.com
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