Bath Voice business promotion: after a successful ReBalance Bath wellbeing festival Bath BID announces date for 2024

This is a press release from Rebalance Bath.

By Emma Frayling: Improvement District, founder and organiser of ReBalance Bath, celebrates the success of the city’s first wellbeing festival and announces dates for its return in 2024.

With over 150 events and activities on offer as part of the 3-week programme, more than 70 businesses and wellness practitioners taking part, over 1000 participants booking and attending the events along with over 15 pieces of national press, the inaugural wellbeing festival was deemed a huge success and will be back next year from 25 January – 18 February.

BID Chief Executive, Allison Herbert, said “Our main priority was to support businesses at a normally quiet time, but we have been absolutely delighted with the response and interest in the festival not just from businesses but also from residents, workers in the city and visitors coming from much further afield to experience ReBalance Bath. We’d like to thank everyone who took part creating events and helping spread the message about the festival, especially Amy Williams our ambassador. We look forward to reviewing and developing the programme for 2024, while we will continue to promote wellness events organised by Bath BID levy payers across the rest of the year via the BID’s digital channels:  the welcometobath website, social media, and Rebalance Bath’s Instagram.”

Highlight and sold-out events included Aqua Sana at The Thermae Bath Spa, hand massages at Molton Brown, bath bomb making at Lush, a Voya Skincare evening and kitchen garden tours at The Pig near Bath, spiritual meditation at Bath Abbey, yoga in The Chapel at The Gainsborough Bath Spa Hotel, Amy Williams Talent to Triumph book talk at Topping Booksellers, the Rebalance Bath gym and spa package at The Royal Crescent Hotel & Spa, Dance fitness at Komedia, Ayurvedic Facelift at Neals Yard Remedies Bath, and a launch event which looked at an imaged vision for Bath’s future as a spa city with Bath based Architects Stride Treglown.

Feedback from businesses has been extremely positive:

Lisa Brooklyn Fuhres, Director of Operations, Sutton Hotel Collection said:

At The Francis Hotel, we were delighted to create a special package in partnership with Thermae Bath Spa as part of Bath’s first ReBalance Festival. Our wellbeing breaks package resulted in some great exposure for the hotel, as well as an increase in bookings along with some great feedback from the community. We were so pleased to be a part of Bath’s first ReBalance festival, and our wellbeing package was a wonderful opportunity to showcase The Francis Hotel as a wellness hotel.”

Kate Bessant, Marketing Manager Royal Crescent Hotel & Spa said:

“We’re very happy to have taken part in Bath’s reBalance festival of wellness. It’s been such a welcome start to the year, especially for everyone that finds the festive period busy and demanding – the perfect re-set! We’ve really enjoyed introducing new guests to the tranquillity of our Spa and Bath House.”

Siobhain Archer, Fuze Dance Fitness and Dance Fit Bath said:

“What an absolute treat to be part of Bath’s first wellbeing festival! There are shortcuts to happiness and dancing is one of them, so when I was asked to put together another Dance Fitness Fiesta at Komedia, I immediately said yes.” 

Maizie, Lush Bath store said:

“We wanted to say a big thank you for helping promote our bath bomb making event through Rebalance Bath. It’s been a huge success! We can’t wait to see what the future holds.”

ReBalance Bath will take place again from 25 January – 18 February 2024. If you have any feedback or would like to get involved, please email

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