Good turnout for Norwich health show
- Credit: Bill Smith - Archant
Yoga and pilates mats were rolled out in the Forum in Norwich at the weekend for a day-long event to put a healthy spring in people's step.
Organisers hailed the success of the second Really Good Health Show, which aimed to encourage people to think about how they could improve their health this spring.
More than 30 stalls were open at the free show on Saturday and the event was split into five zones for the body, mind, baby, good life and fitness.
There were also a range of demonstrations, including postnatal yoga, massage, body pilates, raw chocolate making and cooking for kids.
Jackie Heffer-Cooke, co-owner of the Orange Grove Clinic, who organised the Really Good Health Show, said she anticipated the event to grow alongside the development of a Healthy Norwich initiative.
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She added that the show aimed to coincide with the start of spring.
'We started last year on a very small scale with ten stalls and this year we have 35 stalls and we are hoping to improve and get bigger and better. The demonstrations went down so well,' she said.
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