Strathclyde Country Park is set to come alive this September with M&D’s first ever Holistic FSTVL
M&D’s Scotland’s Theme Park is shaking things up this Autumn by hosting its first ever Holistic FSTVL on 28 and 29 September 2019.
Scotland’s Theme Park will play host to Lanarkshire’s first full weekender dedicated to health and wellbeing.
Top names including Gina McKie, James McCourt, David Hamilton, Angel Anne Smith, Holistic Scotland Magazine, SoundSphere Scotland and Sober Clubbing will take centre stage in the M&D’s events field at Strathclyde Country Park in Motherwell – all culminating in a holistic event set to blow your mind!
Expect yoga, mindfulness, crystals, raw chocolate, herbs and oils, kids’ activities and plenty of Kombucha across the two-day programme, which will also include talks, therapists, crafters, readers, live entertainment, Botanical drinks, plant-based food and Holistic Scotland Magazine’s very own Zen Zone.
Holistic FSTVL falls on the new moon, adding magic and mystique to an already exciting event. On Saturday evening at 8pm, as dusk falls and the fire pit is lit, Sober Clubbing will take to the main stage. This is clubbing like never before, under the new moon in Scotland’s Theme Park’s events field, set within the grounds of Strathclyde Country Park.
“It’s going to be a fantastic event,” says Siobhan Moore of Source Management, which is helping to organise Holistic FSTVL.
“We’ll have workshops on the hour, every hour, covering everything from Kombucha, raw chocolate, fermented foods, and Face Yoga to sound healing and essential oils.
“We’ll have stage talks and music, a fire pit at the new moon, and plenty of activities and workshops, as well as Muddy Adventures forest school, to keep the kids amused.
“We’ll have non-alcoholic botanical drinks, teas, vegan and vegetarian food, including food for the kids, and lots of healthy treats such as natural cakes and raw chocolates.
“We’re delighted to welcome a range of readers, including mediums, psychic, tarot palm, and angel, as well as a whole range of therapies and stalls selling crystals, drums, singing bowls, and handmade angel and Wiccan crafts.
“Saturday evening, which falls on a new moon, will have a really cool vibe from 5pm. There will be lots of different music, dancing and, of course, people can gather around the huge fire pit and soak up the ambience.
“Earlier in the day, kids can take part in the fairy trail, dress up, do some arts and crafts and join in a few workshops before toasting marshmallows and making some wishes.
“We’ll also be doing a series of live podcasts, in which anyone can join in.
“Overall, the theme is fun, magic and nature.”
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