A WELLBEING event held in Lymm raises nearly £700 for children’s charity while offering tips on how to improve mental and physical health.

The new wellbeing event, called ZenAM, was held on Saturday, June 22 at the Jolly Thresher on Higher Lane.

The event showcased a range of wellbeing tips and activities for guests all while raising money for Brainwave.

Brainwave is a charity that delivers specialist therapy sessions to families across the UK and provides aids to help children communicate independently.

“It was a wonderful morning and a pleasure to take part,” said Joanne Freeman, Brainwave’s fundraising manager.

“We’re thrilled with the funds raised which will have a meaningful impact in our work supporting children with disabilities and additional needs.”

ZenAM took place inside a tipi at the Jolly ThresherZenAM took place inside a tipi at the Jolly Thresher (Image: Supplied)

A total of £650 was raised during through the event, which will help the charity continue to deliver its specialist therapy sessions.

Those that attended enjoyed a sound bath from Sound Sanctury, followed by a talk from So Nutrition and tips on how to feel calm from Sarah Hall.

Guests also took part in a raffle, that included prizes such as a personal nutrition plan, an hour of coaching and top-of-the-range skincare and beauty products.

Those that took part enjoyed sound baths from Sound SanctuaryThose that took part enjoyed sound baths from Sound Sanctuary (Image: Supplied)

“It was a fantastic event and I loved being part of it,” said Claire Brennan, a sound healing therapist from Sound Sanctuary.

“Movement, sound and nutrition are so important to our health, along with the right mindset, so it was the perfect combination of the key things to improve wellbeing on a physical and mental level.”