FLINTSHIRE fitness coach is set to host her first ever fitness festival next month to inspire the community.

Paige Phillips, 26, is a women's only personal trainer and coach based at Fervid Fitness, Flint.

After six years in the industry, she will be hosting Flintshire's first ever fitness festival which will be held at Edith Banks Hall in Northop on Sunday, December 10 between 8am and 5pm.

The festival will feature a huge variety of fitness classes and taster sessions for people of all ages and abilities, which is something Paige continually promotes through her own brand and fitness community 'Paige Fitness.'

Paige, from Hawarden, said: "I wanted to put a day together with lots of different taster sessions, talks and stalls so people can try something new. 

"I know starting a new hobby, exercise or sport can be so daunting so I've got the very best instructors and coaches for the job to share their knowledge and passion.

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"I want to inspire the local community to get active in new and fun ways for both their physical and mental health and to give local exercise, sports and nutrition coaches their chance to showcase the great work they do around Flintshire."

Paige will host a 30-minute HIIT Circuit class for £2, while SASS Dance will present a taster session of their sassy dance school where you can learn fun routines.

There will also be an exclusive 45-minute workshop discussing all things related to nutrition and female-focused training which will end with a Q&A session.

Anyone can join in but spaces for classes are limited. No booking is required to access the stalls or the food and drink available on the day. Tickets can be bought here.

After achieving a BSc in Sport & Exercise Science, an MSc and launching her very own 'Paige Fitness' app, Paige is embarking on her next chapter as a PhD student. 

Paige said: "I am so passionate about women's health and my pre and post natal clients.


"I can't believe I get a chance to do what I love within academia and hopefully make a huge difference to the training, nutrition and overall care of pregnant women."

Paige will be joined by local vendors and sports and fitness clubs who will run stalls between 10am and 3pm.

There will also be a Christmas treasure hunt for children with maps available for £1.

The festival, which will be sponsored by Fervid and Boardroom, is a  way to explore the fitness world without the pressure of committing to classes before you're able to try them out.