Free day focusing on health and beautyBy Laura Herbert
September 25, 2012
Two Wokingham businesswomen are hosting a free health and beauty day inspired by London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic athletes.
The owners of Box Bell Fit and Pure Bliss are hosting the event at their Stokes Farm base in Binfield Road, on Saturday, September 29.
The event, which runs from 1pm to 5pm, will offer free mini-manicures, sports massages and teach visitors about new health and fitness techniques.
Charlotte Osborne, owner of Pure Bliss, said: “One of the hottest trends at London 2012 was nail art.
“So many athletes wore their country’s colours in metallic varnish to ensure they looked super-glamorous while competing – so it just goes to show that working out doesn’t have to come at the expense of looking good. Inspired by the likes of Victoria Pendleton and Rebecca Adlington, we’re offering a complete mind-and-body approach to health, beauty and fitness.”
Anna Plumridge, owner of Box Bell Fit, will be on hand to demonstrate and talk through the range of kettlebell, boxercise, circuits, personal training and boot camp fitness sessions on offer at the Stokes Farm training centre.
She said: “Functional training and high intensity interval training are becoming increasingly popular as people look for something more stimulating than spending an hour on a treadmill trying to get fit – and this is exactly what we offer at Box Bell Fit.”
A yoga taster session is also on offer, along with arts and craft stalls and refreshments.