GOOD Fest Philly Pop-up

Sunday, September 22 2019, 9:30 AM-2:30 PM

Location 215, 990 Spring Garden St, Philly, PA

what to expect at [good]

We’re shifting the conversation, and we are here to prove that wellness is not one size fits all. It is about going beyond the physical - finding balance, finding yourself, and learning to relax into shameless enjoyment. [GOOD] creates real, welcoming experiences that expand the definition of wellness.

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Event Vendors & Sponsors to be announced soon!


** Ticket transfers available - NO REFUNDS**

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Writer, speaker, and the founder of WANT: Women Against Negative Talk - a platform that gives women tips, tools, motivation, and inspiration to move forward in their lives by shifting their negative self-talk patterns.

Katie brings to the table over a decade of experience in the wellness lifestyle editorial space, and almost two decades in public speaking and performance. She has spoken across the country - about self-confidence, self-image, and shifting “learned negativity.” She is also the host of the WANTcast: The Women Against Negative Talk Podcast. Follow: @katiehorwitch

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Trained in Vinyasa Krama yoga and finds expression and healing in her work as a Transformational Breath Work facilitator. Her own challenges with anxiety and depression as a queer woman of color prompted her to look further at the mind and its influence on our physical health and wellbeing. It wasn’t long before she realized that an exploration of mind, spirit, consciousness and human potential was beckoning her. She began working closely with two Shaman in the Americas while developing her love and understating for the medicine. She is in the process of creating a Psychedelic integration Sanctuary where individuals can receive guidance and education while shifting the dialogue around Plant Medicine. She aims to create public conversation to go along with an evolving drug landscape. Follow at @aubreybhoward



Political strategist turned eco-lifestyle journalist and TV personality - and the author of the recently released sustainable living book, Give a Sh*t: Do Good. Live Better. Save the Planet (Hachette, 2018). She's a regular contributor to Allure, Refinery29, Washington Post, NY Mag, BuzzFeed, Women's Health, ABC, CBS, Glamour, and MSNBC, among others. Piper holds a BA from Brown University and an MSc from the University of Oxford, UK. She lives in Chicago with her shelter dog, Banjo. Follow at and @ashleepiper



For more than 10 years, Jasmine has taught ballet, jazz, lyrical and hip-hop dance to students ranging in age from 3 to 21. While at college at Penn State University, she majored in Dance and co-founded a school-run dance organization for those with varied levels of dance ability. After college, Jasmine joined forces with older sister Anastasia to open Vitality Meditation Studio.



While a student at the University of Pennsylvania, Anastasia pursued a degree in nursing because she became increasingly interested in health care and quickly realized that total health care included mind, body and spirit. Now, as a full time RN at CHOP, she sees the urgency for mental health coexisting with physical health. She has recently founded Vitality Meditation Studio with younger sister, Jasmine.

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Jenny is a Financial Planner backed by one of the top financial firms in the country. After serving as her firm's Director of Development, she wanted to get closer to the front line. Having led over 400+ women in her previous leadership role, she knew no one was starting the conversation with women about money. In her mission based practices she helps women, families and women owned businesses to gain financial strength. In 2014, Jenny created the Lifestyle Blog Chocolate & Lace which serves as a platform for inspiring women and mothers to create the life they desire. Through motivation, empowerment and strategic story-telling, Jenny works as a freelance writer, content creator and influencer.



Remy is a vegan recipe developer and food photographer, specializing in recipes inspired by healing plant based ingredients and herbalism. What began as a food accountability log while in treatment for an eating disorder and her struggles with addiction and mental health, her blog Veggiekins has become a resource for health and wellness tips with a holistic, mind body approach to well being. Today, Remy is an advocate for self love, healing and inclusivity in wellness. Outside of the kitchen, she is a yoga teacher, mindfulness coach, holistic nutritionist and professional chocolate chip cookie eater.



As professional athletes, Matt and Kevin pushed their bodies to the brink for the joy of sport and the thrill of competition. But the aches and pains from being that active came with increased stress and sleepless nights. Throughout the years, they've diligently searched for a natural remedy for their ailments that met their personal wellness standards—natural, non-toxic, and high-performing. To put it plainly, CBD changed their lives. But the road to finding a CBD product that met their standards was frustrating. After struggling to find a product that was high quality, transparent about ingredients, and effective, Matt and Kevin decided to create our own. Today they’re constantly working to create better CBD products that meet your needs and expectations.