Fife’s first health and wellbeing day hailed a success

Organisers have hailed Fife's first health and wellbeing event a success. Pictured from left: David Stockwell, Jenny Robertson, Sharron Meade. Pic: George McLuskie.
Organisers have hailed Fife's first health and wellbeing event a success. Pictured from left: David Stockwell, Jenny Robertson, Sharron Meade. Pic: George McLuskie.

Rest and relaxation was guaranteed at Fife’s first outdoor health and wellbeing event in Kinghorn at the weekend.

The Ecology Centre, in association with Holistic Scotland Magazine and Mind & Body Studio, Kirkcaldy held their first outdoor health and wellbeing day – ‘Your peace, our place’ - on Saturday and it was a roaring success.

Yoga and fitness classes were held at the event. Pic: George McLuskie.

Yoga and fitness classes were held at the event. Pic: George McLuskie.

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From left: Susan Simpson, from Mind & Body Studio in Kirkcaldy,  David Torrance, town  MSP and Shannon Watson from Mind & Body Studio. Pic: George McLuskie.

From left: Susan Simpson, from Mind & Body Studio in Kirkcaldy, David Torrance, town MSP and Shannon Watson from Mind & Body Studio. Pic: George McLuskie.

Attendees came from all over Fife and beyond to enjoy inspiring talks covering a host of health and wellbeing topics; including the menopause with author Ruth Devlin.

There were shamanic drumming sessions running all day with Liz Harris, massage therapies, yoga and fitness classes, treatments and live music all day.

David Stockwell, general manager of The Ecology Centre, said: “It was a wonderful occasion at the centre – it was our main fundraising event of the year and it’s been a great success!

“We’re delighted so many people have joined us and enjoyed everything on offer. “We would like to thank everyone for coming along, especially to all the providers for supporting this event and everyone around Kinghorn Loch.

A number of relaxing activities took place at the event on the banks of Kinghorn Loch. Pic: George McLuskie.

A number of relaxing activities took place at the event on the banks of Kinghorn Loch. Pic: George McLuskie.

“We enjoyed it so much, planning is already underway for another one next year!” Carolyn Bell, who attended the event, said: “I had a fabulous time. Congratulations to all who were part of it and organised it.

“I loved doing sun salutations to a blue sky and beautiful lochside setting. The chocolate brownies from The Roasting Project were divine and the goodie bags were wonderful!”

She added: “Great atmosphere with gorgeous people. Thank you all!”

A number of activities took place at The Ecology Centre in Kinghorn. Pic: George McLuskie.

A number of activities took place at The Ecology Centre in Kinghorn. Pic: George McLuskie.

Nine year old Grace Mathewson was just one of the attendees at the event. Pic: George McLuskie.

Nine year old Grace Mathewson was just one of the attendees at the event. Pic: George McLuskie.