£16.32 – £28.98

Clean Living: A Dirty Trend?

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Type in the #cleanliving hashtag on Instagram and you’ll find over 900,000 images, portraying everything from colourful smoothie bowls to gym selfies and carefully styled flat-lays of bath crystals and luxury skincare products. It is without a doubt a powerful movement that was born as a result of the hot media craze ‘clean eating’, but is that power in danger of becoming another fad?

In line with national campaign ‘Organic September’, Join panellists Annie Clarke, Kate Arnell and certified organic beauty and wellbeing brands as they explore and unpick the integrity of the clean living movement, share personal stories and offer top tips to achieve a balanced lifestyle with the help of organic alternatives; a wholistic way of life that transcends fads. Learn how to enhance your long-term health by listening to your body and practising self-care rituals such as yoga, meditation and even your skincare routine.

After the discussion, speak to brand founders, meet Annie Clarke for an exclusive book signing opportunity, shop with an exclusive discount voucher and treat yourself to the delights of the Rebel Kitchen cocktail bar, delicious canapes and a goody bag to take home and cherish.

About the Speakers:

Lauren Bartley, Soil Association Business Development Manager in Beauty, Wellbeing & Textiles

Lauren Bartley, business development manager at the Soil Association Certification, has worked on numerous projects highlighting the controversial ‘greenwashing’ of the beauty industry and spearheading events such as Organic Beauty and Wellbeing Week. Lauren will be chairing the discussion and be on hand to answer any questions you have surrounding the subject of organic.

Annie Clarke, Yoga Instructor and Founder of Mind Body Bowl

As a leading wellbeing expert, Annie explores the close connection between the mind and body and how that can impact our wellbeing. With ‘clean living’ in danger of becoming another overused and misunderstood term, Annie will discuss the role meditation and yoga plays in the work/life balance and why it’s so relevant today.

Kate Arnell, Soil Association Ambassador and Eco Blogger

Pioneering the organic and zero-waste movement, Kate shares her personal story of discovering an organic and zero-waste lifestyle. Kate shares her tribulations and top tips to achieving Zero Waste, shattering misconceptions and proving that the Zero Waste lifestyle is both achievable and beneficial for our health.

Callan Taylor, Founder of EcoCare

With entrepreneurial spirit, Callan Taylor has worked with over 200 brands, from start-ups to luxury retail over the past 14 years. His esteemed experience within business has led to him discovering a passion for organic ingredients and innovation in cosmetics.

Tanya Hawkes, Founder of Therapi Honey Skincare

Born out of her love for nature and all-natural plant-based skincare, Tanya Hawkes, founder of Therapi Honey Skincare has practised beekeeping for over 25 years. Throughout that time Tanya has turned from beekeeper to skincare formulator, harnessing the incredible therapeutic and rejuvenating properties of honey for all skin types.

Charlotte Dorman, PR Consultant for Pukka Herbs

Working with one of the UK’s leading wellbeing brand, Charlotte shares her knowledge of organic ingredients and herbs and how they have both nutritional and therapeutic benefits for the mind and body.


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