5 best fitness festivals in London

Sportswear becomes more and more common for London, a healthy lifestyle becomes not just an individual choice of a person, but a nationwide movement, perhaps, that is why the great news is that this year the city will host a wide variety of fitness festivals. If you plan to stay happy and healthy this summer, include one of these fitness festivals in your to-do list. And pay attention to the fact that some of them will pass already during the next weekends.


If you do not like to meet the morning with a hangover after a holiday, then we offer an excellent alternative. In early May, during the first weekend, go to Islington, where a three-day festival of health and fitness will be held. Most part of its activities will be oriented towards women, but male participants are welcome. The price of an adult entrance ticket starts from £25. The entrance ticket includes an unlimited number of visiting sessions and entrance to all seminars. There will be a lot of seminars, and many activities imply carrying out a certain educational program, so they will take place in the form of a question-and-answer conversation. And if you like active pastime, we recommend you to attend dance workshops with a demonstration on the screen, and at this festival you will also be able to participate in the first joint project of Be:FIT and Ministrу Does Fitness, which will include live fitness sessions with DJs, a variety of games, and much more. 4-6 May. Business Design Centre, Islington. Ticket price starts from £25.

Balance Festival

Wellness is the concept of a healthy lifestyle that is based on a harmonious combination of physical and mental health, healthy nutrition, reasonable, and therefore useful, physical exercises and rejection of bad habits. Food, fitness, wellness and travel are the four pillars on which Balance Festival is based, held in mid-May. A three-day event includes yoga classes, a high-intensity interval training HIIT, as well as numerous stalls with proper nutrition and a meditation zone, for mental training. Take part in seminars about nutrition or careers in the health services industry. If three days are not enough for you to learn things ta Balance Festival, then in September, in Amsterdam, one more Balance Festival will be held. May 11-13. Old Truman Brewerу, Shoreditch. Tickets from £28.

Virgin Sport Hackney Festival of Fitness

If you were inspired by the London Marathon 2018, then this fitness festival will definitely be able to make your muscles move. On May 19th, there will be race for 5 kilometers, followed by a half marathon, held on May 20th. During this event, the participants will compete in Hackneу. The second day also promises us the world's largest boxing session, which promises to be a "total knockout" for the audience. May 19-20. Hackneу. Tickets from £20. Some events are free.

The Mind, Body, Spirit Wellbeing Festival

Western London welcomes Wellbeing Festival at the end of this month. You can with confidence expect to participate in several events. These events will take place everywhere, both on a live stage and in a specially designed space for yoga and well-being studio, plus, pay special attention to the market, salons, spa and more. For those who like to dance, there is even a quiet disco. Expect the appearance of many familiar faces, as well as a diverse mix of speakers on topics such as healing, social networks, Ayurveda and many others. May 25-28. Olуmpia, West Kensington. Tickets from £6,50.


250 diverse classes, formed and working during one weekend. You definitely will sweat when you visit Sweatlife. Creating a brand Lululemon, this festival invites energetic Londoners, for cycling, boxing and yoga. Day tickets cost £30, and the ticket for the weekend is £50. If you want to lighten your wallet for a little more, you can purchase the "essential baggage", which costs £100 (or £120 for both days), in addition you will receive equipment that is released in limited edition and some other "delicacies". June 23-24. Tobacco Dock, Wapping. Tickets from £30.

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