The Ness Fest, a two-day health and lifestyle festival scheduled for Oct. 20-21 at Fluor Field, has announced a lineup that includes former Clemson University linebacker Ben Boulware, the Greenville Triumph and Adidas.
The community-driven festival is teaming up with local businesses and partners who represent the festival’s four pillars, according to a news release. The pillars are:
- Fitness: Four fitness stages will feature classes from Greenville gyms, studios and trainers, including Adrenaline Dance Fitness, Anytime Fitness, Barre 3, Burn Boot Camp, Club Pilates, CycleBar, The Flow Depot, Gold’s Gym, Greenville Gymnastics, Iron Tribe Fitness, The Junkyard, Maya Movement, Pure Barre, Southern Om and Strong Mamas.
- Goodness: Cooking demonstrations, meal prep seminars and healthy food and drinks will be presented by Blush Nutrition, Cocobowlz, Creative Living Wellness, Farm Fresh Fast, Feed and Seed, Grits and Groceries, Happy and Hale, Kuka Juice, Seedlings and Table 301.
- Wellness: Workshops and demonstrations will be hosted by Fuel Physio, GHS Cancer Institute, The Health Dare, Jay Haas Jr., Michelle M. Wilson M.D., Optimal Self MD, Upstate Continuum of Care and United Housing Connections, Upstate Esthetics and Upstate Spine and Sport.
- Wholeness: Tools for achieving a full heart, mind and soul connection will feature organizations like Canterbury Counseling Center, Design to Connect, Downtown Yoga Greenville at Studio 17, Generation Kid Strong, iTrust Wellness and Sharp Brain Consulting.
“We’re creating an event to bring the community together and truly make a difference in people’s lives,” said Brenda Luginbill, CEO and founder of the NESS Fest, in the release. “Our ultimate goal is to inspire people to become the best versions of themselves by providing tools and resources that will last a lifetime.”
Additional information and activity schedule are available online.