Kick Start your Year with the Edinburgh Wellbeing Festival

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To celebrate Edinburgh’s first ever wellbeing festival, we’re offering five lucky readers the chance to win a pair of all-access weekend tickets to help kick-start your year in style.

Enjoy a weekend packed full of feel-good activities and self-improvement talks as the city’s Assembly Rooms transforms into the home of the Edinburgh Wellbeing Festival on Sat 27 and Sun 28 Jan.

Be inspired by some of the biggest names in health and fitness, from Michelin starred chef Tom Kerridge to David Beckham’s yoga instructor Shona Vertue, through a range of stimulating discussions and interactive sessions, and indulge in the latest wellbeing products at the exclusive Marketplace.

The inaugural Edinburgh Wellbeing Festival not only encourages people to get more active, but to look after their mental and physical wellbeing with a focus on health, fitness, mindfulness and nutrition.

For more information and to buy tickets visit:

Assembly Rooms
54 George St
Edinburgh EH2 2LR
Sat 27 and Sun 28 Jan 2018

To be in with a chance of winning a pair of tickets, simply answer the question below;

Edinburgh Wellbeing Festival

A weekend devoted to health, fitness and wellbeing. Activities include yoga classes, guided meditations and talks on nutrition, mindfulness and emotional health. Guests at the debut festival include chef Tom Kerridge, PT Chloe Madeley and Dr Rangan Chatterjee of BBC1's Doctor in the House.

Assembly Rooms

54 George Street, Edinburgh, EH2 2LR

One of Edinburgh's largest, multi-use venues, the Assembly Rooms is located on George Street, a short walk from the train station, the Scott Monument and the Castle. Throughout its years as a venue, the Assembly Rooms has seen two world wars, hosted…

Terms & conditions

Competition closes 17 January 2018. The List's usual rules apply. 5x winner will receive 2x weekend tickets to the Edinburgh Wellbeing Festival 2018.
There is no cash alternative. The prize is non-transferable. The prize cannot be sold on for financial gain. The winners will be drawn at random and the judges’ decision is final.