You’d be forgiven for getting a little down as Monday January 25 approaches.

Blue Monday – claimed to be the most depressing day of the year – has prompted Belfast’s Victoria Square to host a Wellness Weekend on Saturday and Sunday, January 16 & 17 to help customers combat the January blues.

The centre will be the location for various activities including spin, dance and yoga classes, mini health checks and the chance to sample nutritious food from Yo! Sushi and Slim’s Healthy Kitchen.

One of the highlights of the weekend will be the energetic spin class hosted by Ireland’s leading sporting charity, The Mary Peters Trust, Victoria Square’s nominated charity from 1pm to 5pm on Saturday and Sunday.

Mary Peters herself will be there to offer advice and coaching along with former two time World Boxing Champion and gym owner, Brian Magee.

Personal Stylist, Katherin Farries, will also be on hand giving tips on how to dress according to your body shape and what colours suit your skin tone and hair colouring. She will also be giving her expert fashion advice on what’s new for the Spring Summer season ahead.

Table Tennis players Sophie Earley (9) and Zak Wilson (17) from the Mary Peters Trust, Konrad Pawlaszek from The Crescent Arts Centre Outreach & Education Department and former world Champion Boxer Brian Magee who are gearing up for Victoria Square’s Wellness Weekend on Saturday 16 and Sunday 17 January.

Table Tennis players Sophie Earley (9) and Zak Wilson (17) from the Mary Peters Trust, Konrad Pawlaszek from The Crescent Arts Centre Outreach & Education Department and former world Champion Boxer Brian Magee who are gearing up for Victoria Square’s Wellness Weekend on Saturday 16 and Sunday 17 January.

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