The GOOD Fest, a traveling wellness event, will stop in Charleston on Saturday, January 26th to host a Self Care Saturday featuring inspiring speakers, informative content, and a wellness marketplace. This is the first GOOD Fest event held in South Carolina.
GOOD Fest Self Care Saturday at Cannon Green will include a keynote self empowerment workshop, guided sound bath and meditation, self-care panel made up of female entrepreneurs, wellness swag bag, healthy lunch, and plenty of time to mingle with like-minded women.
“We recognize that wellness is not one size fits all, and finding what works for you is key in becoming the best version of yourself,” GOOD Fest founders said in a press release. “We create experiences, with informative and inspirational content, relatable speakers, and an unbelievable sense of community. Our events are rich with thought-leaders and change makers who seek personal growth, but more importantly, hope to raise the vibration of the world and community around them.”
Featured speakers include:
- Alexandra Roxo – Artist, Writer, and Transformational Coach
- Elli Richter – Holistic Life Coach
- Jessica Murnane – One Part Plant
- Jessica Morse – Bare Beauty Blog
- Sarah Frick – The Works
- Dr. Carrie khoLi – Khafra & Company
Tickets to the event can be purchased here.
All GOOD Fest events benefit I AM THAT GIRL, an organization helping girls to transform self-doubt into self-love by providing a safe space to connect and have honest conversations about things that matter.
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