Following on from a successful pop-up event at Groove Festival in 2018 – Thrive is the newest event from the organisers behind Taste of Dublin!
We want to send you and a friend along to Thrive Festival in The Convention Centre Dublin for a weekend filled with fitness, food and wellness!
With some of the biggest names in health and fitness including Gemma Atkinson, Dr Hazel Wallace The Food Medic, Kobox, Ballet Beautiful, POUND®, Jasmine Hemsley, Indy Power, Laura Thomas PhD and many more, this is something you won’t want to miss!
Thrive is the ultimate event for fitness fanatics, foodies and wellness warriors! What makes it unique is that the day is built by YOU, tailoring your experiences and matching to your goals. Choose up to 5 experiences per session over 20 stages of fitness, talks, demonstrations, nutrition, mindfulness and wellness!
With Thrive – you pre-book in advance all the sessions you want to attend. This ensures you have an authentic workout or wellness experience. Every session is 40 minutes in length so you get to enjoy each activity to the fullest! You can also enjoy the THRIVE Marketplace which will host over 50 fitness, wellness and foodie brands.
KOBOX Boxing Club, London’s original HIIT boxing class, debuts exclusively at Thrive Festival
Irishman Shane Collins, the founder of KOBOX Boxing Club, brings his team outside of London for the first time to give you an exclusive, first-hand experience of the boxing studio that’s taken the fitness world by storm. Founded in 2015, it has led the way with its unique ‘Fight Club Meets Nightclub’ class experience – teaching the fundamentals of boxing alongside a host of heart-pounding exercises –and now Collins is bringing KOBOX home for the very first time, exclusively for Thrive Festival.
To be in with a chance of winning two tickets to Thrive Festival, answer the question below. Closing date is March 25.
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