San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
417 Magazine Live Well Fitness Fest & Expo
Saturday, April 13
8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
Advanced tickets: $15
*$20 at the door
O'Reilly Family Event Center
935 N Summit Ave, Springfield, MO 65802
Join the fun at an interactive fitness expo for women!
Here's what you can expect:
• Choose from 8 invigorating fitness classes
• Get advice from the regions’ experts
• Attend a healthy cooking class
• Enjoy a complimentary power lunch
• Educate yourself at a wellness seminar
• Shop for fitness apparel
• Visit with health-focused vendors
• Enjoy a relaxing massage
• Get a mini consultation
• And more
Ticket price includes access to all fitness classes, educational sessions, the marketplace and a complimentary power lunch provided by Infused Catering.
Live Well Fitness Fest & Expo gives female 417-landers an opportunity to sample a wide range of healthy options to improve their fitness level. This is not a static event where you just get your cholesterol checked, although those kinds of screenings will be available, Live Well is more of a chance to actually learn how to improve your fitness profile whether it’s sampling an exercise class, getting a health screening or attending a healthy cooking class.
Women are encouraged to come in workout clothes with their girlfriends and have a girl’s day out. This is a fun, non-threatening environment. Instead of having to pay for an exercise class that you may or may not like, at Live Well, you can sample a variety of activities to find one that suits you…and that you’ll stick with.
A Marketplace area on the gym floor, seminars in the private rooms and healthy cooking demonstrations with Price Cutter’s Chef James Clary in the mezzanine of the O’Reilly Events Center is where most of the Live Well events take place. Exercise classes are held in the Weiser and Mabee Gyms.
Also announcing the winner of our first-ever Wellness Warrior Comptetition! Know a Wellness Warrior? Nominate them now!
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