Discover how to relax and revitalise in your car this weekend at the Vitality Show courtesy of the Toyota Yaris at the Grand Hall, Olympia, London from Friday 28 – Sunday 30 March 2003. Toyota is pleased to sponsor the Vitality Show with the Yaris for the fourth consecutive year and invites visitors to learn how to relax and revitalise in your car for safer, calmer driving. You can also learn how to transform your mood through colour with a little help from Toyota Yaris.
The show is bigger and better than ever before and houses the seven secrets of feeling fantastic with the UK’s largest collection of health, beauty, fitness, food, spirituality, inspiration and relaxation. So if you are feeling low, in need of a boost or would like to treat your mum for Mother’s Day then The Vitality Show is just what you need.
The show has so much to offer with loads to learn from some of the greatest household names such as Tesco Healthy Living, Marks and Spencer, Scholl and Fructis. This year will see the first ever public beauty show where you can discover the key elements of being beautiful – Beauty and Hair, Image and Style and The Spa Experience with Stila, Fructis and The Spa Oasis.
If you’re in need of a little inspiration take some time out to listen to some of the fabulous speakers. Find out how to lose weight and keep fit with This Morning regular Joanna Hall, find the job you were born for with Nick Williams or discover the eight simple truths to love, life and relationships with Channel 5’s Life Doctor, Dr Brenda Davies.
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