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Gwyneth Paltrow is under fire from attendees at her $5,700-a-head 'In Goop Health' wellness summit who say the event was nothing more than a two-day advertisement for the lifestyle brand.
The star-studded summit in at Hammersmith's Re:Centre in London was billed as 'a mind-body-soul reset' where guests would hear health wisdom straight from Paltrow, including tips about 'hydrating mindfully' in a sound bath, 'channeling God' through creativity with your hands and a workout with her trainer Tracy Anderson.
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However, some attendees have complained that the useful information and experiences were drowned out by relentless promos that extended beyond the designated Goop store.
The actress herself, known as GP in the Goop community, reportedly made very few appearances at the summit, and when she was there she was hidden behind a wall of security.
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Paltrow hosted one seminar in which she offered helpful tips such as 'creativity with your hands is like channeling God,' how to 'hydrate mindfully' along with a sound bath, and a workout with her trainer Tracy Anderson.
'Gwyneth acts like she's a health goddess, but actually she's a pretentious, greedy extortionist,' a source told Page Six.
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'She had a ton of security . . . She was unapproachable. She did the minimum — a few fireside chats with Twiggy and Penelope Cruz, then she put on her Birkenstocks and snuck out . . . I was a huge fan of Gwyneth; now I feel like I have lost my faith in God.'
A Summit Pass for the main Saturday event cost £1,000 ($1,259) and a Wellness Weekender Package went for an eye-watering £2,500 to £4,500 ($3,148 to $5,667).
Some attendees who...
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