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Jillian Michaels & Jewel Dazzle At Exclusive Wellness Your Way Festival

Jillian Michaels and Jewel Dazzle At Exclusive Wellness Your Way Festival
Source: Tom Cooper/Getty Images for Wellness Your Way Festival; Agar

Aug. 20 2019, Updated 3:14 p.m. ET

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The final day of the Wellness Your Way Festival, hosted by its cofounder, the singer-songwriter Jewel, came to a close in Denver on Aug. 18.

The Wellness Your Way Festival, presented by Kroger, is a premier weekend experience that promises to kick-start attendees’ journey on a healthy lifestyle, which includes everything from working out with celebrity fitness experts and listening to inspirational speakers to gathering cooking tips from world-renowned chefs.

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The roster at the three-day Colorado event featured, among other notable names, fitness guru Jillian Michaels and influencer Perez Hilton, as well as chef and author Georgia Pellegrini and Joy Bauer, host of NBC’s Health & Happiness.

During the final day of Wellness Your Way, Atz Kilcher talked about his life during a Healing A Parent-Child Relationship discussion with his daughter, Jewel.

Other memorable moments included magician Justin Flom performing for festival attendees at the Johnson & Johnson stage, Ervin Johnson of the Denver Nuggets shooting hoops at the at 5-Hour Tea booth and Denver-based fitness and nutrition influencer Emily Schromm hosting a cooking demo, “Full Macro Friendly Meals from Scraps,” on the Upfield Cooking Demo Stage.

The Wellness Your Way Festival will also be celebrated in Cincinnati, Ohio, this fall, running from October 11 to the 13.

More info on the Wellness Your Way Festival can be found here.

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