Keep shining! Jewel recently partnered with Kroger Co. to bring the very first Wellness Your Way Festival to the masses, with the hopes of inspiring a healthy lifestyle that’s perfect for you. On Oct. 4, a three-day celebration kicked off at the Duke Energy Convention Center in Cincinnati, OH, and several celebs are showing their support.
Gavin DeGraw, Nick Lachey, and NBC Today‘s Joy Bauer are just a few of the stars in attendance. The mission of the festival is basically to provide accessible wellness for all and a platform for those starting, continuing, or taking their health journey to the next level.
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Hope to see all my Cincinnati #EDA’s tomorrow @wywfestival. Being happy, healthy and well is the most important aspect of my life and I’m impressed that one of the worlds largest retailers, @krogerco, is willing to step up and make this their priority. And I’m excited to share more of what I share on www.jewelneverbroken.com… tomorrow (Friday) I will be doing a panel on Growing Up Strong from 12:15-1:15pm & a book signing from 4:30-5pm. ・・・ General admission is FREE to the public for all three days of the festival expo! Don’t miss this amazing event co-founded by @jewel!
According to the press release, their mission is also “rooted in providing an affordable platform to innovation, education and unprecedented entertainment, the WYWF was designed to inspire transformation of the mind, body and spirit — while celebrating the great American city of Cincinnati.” The festival combines four stages essential to reaching your health and wellness goal: Know Yourself, Nutrition/Hygiene, Fitness, and Inspiration.
From discussion panels to meet and greets, cooking demos, group workouts, and more, there’s plenty of entertainment every day. On top of that, there are nightly concerts. In regard to Jewel’s Never Broken Foundation and Program, its goal is to “help children and adults to remember they are never broken, giving them tools to become whole humans using: health and wellness, nutrition, mindfulness, emotional quotient, meaningful connections.” Keep up the good work!