The all-rounder week­end

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There is so much on across the Achieve week­end, it’s un­der­stand­able if you’re not sure where to start. Why not take the chance to get out of your com­fort zone and try some­thing new.

If you’re look­ing for a broad taste to kick­start a health­ier hap­pier life, give this line-up a go.

SATUR­DAY

» Head to the ex­hi­bi­tion to pick up a healthy en­ergy boost to start the day. The Big Juice stand will be on hand with their tasty nu­tri­tion­packed blends in­clud­ing the ex­clu­sive Achieve Smoothie. If they win you over, Big Juice can de­liver per­son­alised blends straight to your door.

» Per­haps you’ll want to check out their in­no­va­tive juice ‘shots’ menu with amaz­ing health ben­e­fits in a down-in-one.

» Ready and rar­ing to go, head to The School of Strut with Zoe McNulty in break­out room two from 11 to 11.30am. Zoe will give a talk ex­pos­ing the ma­nip­u­la­tions of diet cul­ture and dis­pelling myths about weight. Then see a demon­stra­tion of Strut de­signed to em­power peo­ple to feel com­fort­able in their bod­ies.

» Be in break­out room one by 1.30pm to hear Carl Ver­non’s 45 minute pre­sen­ta­tion on Anx­i­ety Re­bal­ance. He had to find an­swers to crip­pling stress that once upon a time made him house­bound. So for the last decade he has been help­ing peo­ple over­come their con­di­tions with best-sell­ing books and talks such as this.

» We all face heart­break at some point in our lives, and that’s where Sara Davison, aka The Di­vorce Coach comes in. The best-sell­ing au­thor will share How to Sur­vive a Break-up and Move on to Cre­ate the Life You Want to Live in break­out room one from 2.30 to 3.15pm. » Feel­ing in­vin­ci­ble, rush to the main stage to hear the mas­ter fire­walk in­struc­tor Lot­tie Moore on Why Not You? Why Not Now? From 3.15 to 4.15pm. Lot­tie be­lieves in walk­ing the path less trav­elled and is all about sup­port­ing oth­ers to do the same. SUN­DAY

» Have a go at HIIT Park­our, high in­ten­sity in­ter­val train­ing, with Our Parks in as­so­ci­a­tion with Lu­cozade Sport at 11 to 11.30am.

» Af­ter cool­ing down, try some laugh­ter ther­apy with He­len Led­erer on the main stage from 12.30 to 1.30pm pre­sent­ing Odd One In. Her ap­pear­ance at Achieve comes af­ter she wowed crowds at the Ed­in­burgh Fringe with her au­to­bi­o­graph­i­cal stand-up.

» With her ap­pear­ances on some of the top com­edy shows in 1980s, and more re­cently spend­ing time in the Big Brother house, she’s bound to have hi­lar­i­ous sto­ries to share.

» Then on the main stage for an hour from 2pm where ITV’s Love Your Gar­den celebrity David Domoney will share The Power of Plants for Bet­ter Health. David will show you the tricks of the trade and how you can turn your gar­den into a re­lax­ing and in­spir­ing oa­sis of colour and hap­pi­ness.

» Spend the af­ter­noon en­joy­ing the range of ex­hibitors at Achieve. For a Sun­day af­ter­noon treat head to Avery’s, fifth gen­er­a­tion wine mer­chants. You’ll soon find that shar­ing their pas­sion for wine is at the heart of what Averys do – and their ex­per­tise is un­ri­valled.

» With a lit­tle bit of Dutch courage on board, check out the Divine Di­vas stand. Their highly so­phis­ti­cated boudoir pho­tog­ra­phy is all about mak­ing women feel their most beau­ti­ful, re­gard­less of age or body type.

Try some wine from Avery’s and share their pas­sion

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