IT’S just one more night until Lee Strand and the National Dairy Council welcome hundreds of people for a Health and Wellbeing Evening in the Brandon Hotel, Tralee.
The event on Thursday will host high profile guest speakers including: Derval O’Rourke, Irish Olympic Athlete and cookbook author; Aidan O’Mahony, Kerry Football legend and Dancing with the Stars Winner; Paula Mee, renowned Dietitian on TV and radio and Joe O’Connor, Fitness & Performance Expert, RTE’s Ireland’s Fittest Family.
MC for the event will be Deirdre Walsh, a journalist with Radio Kerry for the past ten years, who currently presents their afternoon magazine programme ‘TalkAbout’.
Deirdre herself has a huge interest in health and fitness, and has regular features on nutrition and wellbeing on her show.
Derval O’Rourke, Irish Olympian athlete and now a fit foodie will be demonstrating some delicious dairy recipe ideas to feed an active family at the event.
Derval also has a very successful food and fitness business with the launch of her second cookbook “The Fit Foodie”. Derval is now full time building her Fit Foodie business and works alongside great partners who share the same values.
Aidan O’Mahony will speak about his own journey to Health & Wellbeing. Aidan has had an impressive career on the football pitch for the Kerry senior panel since 2003 who has bagged five All-Ireland titles, ten Munster Championships, three National league titles as well as three All Stars.
A member of An Garda Síochána working in community policing in Tralee, Aidan is also currently studying for a degree in strength and conditioning.
Renowned Dietitian Paula Mee, who has appeared on numerous TV and radio shows and has a clinic in Blackrock, Dublin. Paula will look at the life stages, exploring how – from the young to old – we can make good food choices that can affect our health and wellbeing in a positive way.
Joe O’Connor has featured as the Fitness & Performance Expert for each of the four seasons on RTE’s Ireland’s Fittest Family.
He is the founder of Nisus Fitness and works with elite teams and athletes, as well as those seeking improved performance and productivity in the corporate sector through the use of online training and coaching.
Doors open at 7.30pm and the event will commence at 8.00pm sharp. Tickets for the event are €10 and are available from Lee Strand’s office in Ballymullen, Tralee Tel: 066 712 1084 or online at www.leestrand.ie. All ticket and raffle proceeds will go to the Donal Walsh Livelife Foundation.