Wellness Week March 19th – 24th
Spring into Wellness with Weight Watchers this March 19th to 24th. Not a member ? As part of our Wellness Week try a class for free. Come along and discover more about Weight Watchers new Flex® plan and how Weight Watchers inspires healthy habits for you and your family. You can sit in for the talk and have the option of a BMI (Body Mass Index) check and free 7 day meal planner after the meeting.
We’ll come to you
We bring the message of health and wellness to where you are whether that’s at your place of work, your college, at your local club or group setting. Wherever you are, we’d love to drop by and tell you more about what we do, and how with our new Flex® plan, we’ll help you build powerful habits, rooted in science. If you’d like to book a Coach for an informal chat or information session free-of-charge for your workplace, or for further information, call us on 01-8703900.
We believe in a ripple effect of change. When one person chooses healthy habits, their family changes too. They inspire their colleagues and friends. Person by person, community by community, health spreads. With this in mind we will also be hosting pop up events in communities throughout the country. Keep up to date on the week’s events below and on www.facebook.com/WWIrelandofficial/
Wellness Week Event Diary:
Monday March 19th
Weight Watcher pop ups in Newbridge, Kildare at:
Mangans Pharmacy, Piercetown
Moorefield Pharmacy, Moorefield Road
Cosgrove Pharmacy, Edward St
Tuesday March 20th
Personal Change and Mindfulness Talk with Coach Declan Conlon at the 9.30am WW Edenderry Class .
Talk will include learning about mindfulness, wellness and learning a relaxing breathing technique.
Ballygall Women’s Event
Pop up in SuperValu Palmerston, Dublin
Wednesday March 21st
Mindfullness Talk with Joanne Feeley at The Longford Arms Hotel, Main Street, Longford, 7am-8am
Firhouse Community Centre, Dublin – Wellness session with Geraldine Johnson & Deirdre Byrne
Thursday March 22nd
Maria Assumpta Hall, Ennis, 10am – 2pm:
Inspirational leaders stories
12pm Yoga instructor
12.30 cooking demonstration
1pm Bowka talk with short introduction class.
Friday March 23rd
Pop up in SuperValu, Ballymote, Co.Sligo
Style and Wellness Event from 4pm-8pm in the Weight Watchers Centre, 104 North Main Street, Cork Centre (beside the Gate Cinema – use entrance from Bachelors Quay)
Wellness Event at Unit 5, Mount Kennett, Dock Road, Limerick, 11.30am – 2.30pm:
11.45am Rework your wardrobe with Zip Yard
12pm Introduction to acupuncture
12.20pm Cooking demonstration
1pm Expert talk on the importance of toning
1.30 Cooking demonstration
Inspirational leader story
Break until 4.30pm
4.30pm – 5pm Rework your wardrobe with Zip Yard
Inspirational leader story followed by a cooking demonstration
6pm Try some Fulfill vitamin and protein bar samples and learn about this Irish snack.
6.30pm Cooking demonstration
Saturday March 24th
Pop-up stand in Supervalu, Moycullen Village, Co. Galway from 12–4pm.
Find out about Weight Watchers, get weighed, check your BMI, and meet new WW Coach Valerie Leahy, starting classes in Moycullen on 10 April. Pick up a free 7-day meal planner.
Raheny Open Day 2-5pm at All Saints Church of Ireland Hall, 403 Howth Road, Dublin 5, Raheny, Dublin (on the corner of Watermill Road and the Howth Road opposite Ulster Bank). Here are just some of the participants:
Ciara Browne, Personal Trainer
Irish Centre for Cycling
Margaret Sinott, Aromatherapy and Craniosacral Therapy
Renew Physio and Health
The Knitting Rooms
Ballina Wellness Walk
Pop up in SuperValu, Ballisodare, Co. Sligo
Pop up in SuperValu, Castlebar
Pop ups in Bangor & Belmullet
What to Expect at a WW class:
- Weekly in-person group sessions
- Welcoming check in followed by 20 minute class talk.
- Learn and discuss new topics each week
- Confidential weekly weigh-ins
- Get support from others just like you
- Trained coaches with personal experience in weight loss
Not every company has the opportunity to impact the lives of millions.
We do. For years, we’ve inspired millions to come together and begin a journey of positive, lasting change. To move more. To eat well. To connect with others. To celebrate their victories. To overcome their challenges. To reach what they never thought was possible.
Today, wellness has become a social phenomenon. Even though people are thinking in healthier ways, they aren’t getting healthier. Worldwide obesity has nearly tripled since 1975.
We can help solve that paradox.