WILDFIT in Cardiff
THE WILDFIT PROGRAM WILL TEACH YOU THE BEST PRACTICES
WILDFIT is an affordable monthly programme designed to help you stay healthy, connected and on track. Wildfit provides you with the tools you need to maintain and enhance your transformation and overall quality of life.
Your WILDFIT 90-day experience will help you make significant changes in your life and ensure the impact on your health lasts forever.
As a Living WILDFIT member through Kind Evolution’s expert coach, Ioan Kinde, you’ll get the clarity you need to get the life-long results you want.
WILDFIT UK is for those looking to create the very best version of themselves and change their relationship with food. Here at WILDFIT UK we work with clients across the world including England, United Kingdom.
Many people find WILDFIT courses through the USA website, or through Mind Valley. But you can purchase WILDFIT direct through Kind Evolution, based in the UK and Europe.
We all know what it's like to try and fail to start a new lifestyle, whether this is in relation to losing weight, or feeling fitter and healthier. You may have tried over and over again already but just aren't getting there. Maybe you can see that you've got the willpower to lose weight or get fit, but simply aren't able to stay on track - the WILDFIT programme is here to help...
Ioan Kinde has been a certified WILDFIT coach in England and Wales since 2019.
Cardiff has many landmark buildings such as the Principality Stadium, Pierhead Building the Welsh National Museum and the Senedd building, the home of the Welsh Parliament.
Cardiff is also famous for Cardiff Castle, St David's Hall, Llandaff Cathedral and the Wales Millennium Centre.
Cardiff Castle is a major tourist attraction in the city and is situated in the heart of the city centre. The National History Museum at St Fagans in Cardiff is a large open-air museum housing dozens of buildings from throughout Welsh history that have been moved to the site in Cardiff. The Civic Centre in Cathays Park comprises a collection of Edwardian buildings such as the City Hall, National Museum and Gallery of Wales, Cardiff Crown Court, and buildings forming part of Cardiff University, together with more modern civic buildings. These buildings are laid out around the Queen Alexandra Gardens, a formal park which contains the Welsh National War Memorial and a number of other, smaller memorials.