Developed and run by Keito Evans, this inaugural festival will be held in Rundle Park on October 17. Along with an amazing health food market, it will also feature yoga and fitness classes, nutrition talks and cooking demonstrations.
“Nourish Festival will not only be a healthy day out, it will also provide visitors with the tools to build on their health and fitness focuses throughout the year,” Ms Abraham said.
“It will also offer people a retreat in the city, where they can escape the hustle and bustle of everyday life, unwind and enjoy a healthy day out.”
Wellbeing-seekers will be able to learn all there is to know about health and nutrition through talks and cooking demonstrations from industry experts including Nourish Fest Ambassador Lola Berry and international motivation and health advice speaker Damian Kristof.
There will be endless ways to get involved on the day, from Ashtanga yoga classes with Youngblood Roche, to fitness classes held all around the parklands.
The health food market will be a one-stop-shop for a smorgasbord of healthy food. A large array of Adelaide's most-loved health cafes and stores will be serving up healthy goodies including the ever-popular green smoothies, raw delights and organic coffee.
A long table brunch degustation will be the feature event, as well as a pop-up day spa where visitors will be pampered from head to toe.
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