FAAF is a festival of fitness and wellness, founded in 2017, with its first festival held in West Sussex in May 2018 and in proud association with MOVE Charity, which is run by cancer survivor Gemma Hillier-Moses. MOVE supports young people living with cancer through treatment and beyond. It is safe to say that FAAF 2018 was a positive success and raised a lot of awareness for MOVE whilst enabling all guests to relax, learn and connect with each other. 

FAAF 2019 will be from 6th to the 8th September in Warwickshire. 

FAAF has plenty of group running, all genres of yoga, pilates, strength and conditioning, aerial hoop, dance and sessions designed to aid rest and recovery such as myofascial release and meditation. This year there will be the chance to learn how to lift weights and the positive benefits of resistance training; dispelling the myths surrounding strength and power, two fundamental facets of fitness which are often misunderstood and less accessible for beginners. 

As always there will be plenty of seminars and workshops led by the most relevant and interesting professionals in the fitness and health industry. There will be deluxe yurts and bell tents, with brand new decor, a restaurant area and a fully serviced bar. Again, there will be panoramic views and our very own moonlit cinema under the stars. This year, there will be an all inclusive ticket which means that all of your food will be included, breakfast, noon and night. 

FAAF is your festival if you crave high intensity training and meditative relaxation in equal measure; your festival if you love running, love the outdoors, believe in holistic living and natural remedies but don't get enough time to practice; and it is definitely your festival if you want to connect with people in real time and learn new things including how to empower yourself and your loved ones to feel completely nourished. We believe in living life to the full and never, ever giving up. 

Check out our pictures from 2018 and save the date for 2019.