Spring is on its way, and to celebrate the arrival of longer days and (hopefully!) warmer weather, Bridge Health & Wellbeing has brought together a range of experts to help local residents focus on their wellbeing.
Louise O’Connell, Pilates teacher and co-founder at Bridge Health & Wellbeing, said, “We hosted our first Wellness evening four years ago, which was a huge success. But thanks to COVID, we haven’t been able to hold once since. We are delighted to finally be able to run our second event, even if it is four years later! The clinic has come a long way since then. I am pleased that we have managed to bring so many brilliant local businesses together. Visitors can explore a range of options to improve their health and wellbeing over the coming months.”
The free event will run from 5.30 pm – 8 pm on Thursday, 16th March, at the Bridge Health & Wellbeing clinic on Bridge Street in Christchurch, Dorset. Visitors can enjoy taster sessions of Yoga, QiGong and a grounding workshop led by Erica Johnston in the wellbeing class studio. Around the clinic’s treatment rooms, guests can talk to experts, including Becky Allen of Coast Reflexology, sports massage therapist at Bridge Nathan Noble, a nutritionist and skin therapist Kirsty Campbell of Christchurch Derma Spa. Kate Freemantle will also be on hand to offer advice on the wellbeing benefits of acupuncture.
Local suppliers, including The Beaulieu Candle Company, will be on-site, enabling visitors to purchase wellbeing products to take home or give as gifts. There will also be a raffle on the night to support the clinic’s charity of the year, Dorset and Somerset Air Ambulance, with some great prizes available.
Booking is required for the studio taster sessions, so get in touch with the clinic on 01202 473800 to secure your space.