Live keynote presentations with a managed Q&A towards the end of each session

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How to use your understanding and knowledge of the people around you to develop healthier outcomes

This session will help you identify and understand the many different ways in which we all ‘tick’ . From communication, to values, to priorities – being able to recognise what’s important to an individual in your network will help you navigate better relationships.

Eating well in your 30’s, 40’s and 50’s

Our bodies, lifestyles and minds have different needs at different stages of our lives. Feed your age more effectively and healthily by understanding what you need when.

Food choices to reduce the risk of chronic disease and illness

Research shows that the food choices we make influence our risk of falling ill with the key western world life limiting and changing diseases and illnesses. Learn more about why this is so you can make informed choices for yourself and your family.

Healthy eating: sorting fact from fiction

With so many hacks and fads, diets and advice coming at us from all angles – this session will use the science of research and unbiased knowledge to help you understand what’s what.

Mens health: Reducing the risk of key conditions through diet

Taking the main diseases to affect the male body in the western world, this session will highlight what can work to reduce and increase the risk of contracting these, and how to manage conditions you may already have.

The psychology of stress and anxiety, and techniques to manage and control your stress levels

An ever popular overview of stress and anxiety, explaining the mental processes we go through and experience, and showing ways to manage stress and anxiety more effectively.

Understanding how neuroscience can influence organisational leadership

Brain imaging technology shows that social experiences elicit the same neurological responses as physical threats and rewards. This workshop covers the social domain that elicit these responses in the brain and offers tips on how to engage with more positive communication styles.

Experiential Mindfulness

Research shows that mindfulness can be a great tool to improve emotional wellbeing, stress and sleep. This seminar will introduce the concept of mindfulness, briefly explore the neuroscience behind it and provide opportunity for guided mindfulness practices.

Working from home successfully

Studies are showing that whilst people prefer working flexibly, they feel their sleep, stress levels and fitness are adversely affected. Find out why this occurs and how to protect your mental and physical wellbeing by managing your day, your tech, food, breaks and environment.

Making the best of you

The ‘what’ and ‘why’ of health and fitness numbers and the impact of exercise, weight, nutrition and sleep on physical and mental wellbeing and resilience.