Today I am speaking to Rohan Mascarenhas, Sales Enablement Specialist for a leading technology company operating in the fitness and wellbeing sector, about men's mental health with reference to his involvement in a recent "Calling out the Men Campaign" with RISING VIBE – who are consultants aiming to "bring emotion back to business" .
The information in this podcast about Men's Mental Health and Rising Vibe is copyright and courtesy of Rising Vibe, https://rising-vibe.com/
Rise IQ believe that Physiotherapy should be essential part of life, just like going to see the doctor, for optimum daily movement and preventative action for when we get older.
We are in an epidemic of fast paced life, always being connected and demands on our time from work, family and life. Our bodies were not designed for this constant over attention and stimulation, this constant medium level of stress
Simon is a highly sought-after practitioner with over 18 years experience helping drive a busy clinic in Marylebone before creating an exciting partnership with Matt Roberts in Mayfair.
We love him!
World Kindness day was celebrated recently with many wonderful initiatives led by workplaces, schools and charities.
One act of kindness can change a life -Many such acts can create a movement.
I had the pleasure of meeting the inspiring and award winning Premila Puri, Founder of the Be Kind Movement.
The Be Kind Movement was set up in 2015 to empower women and children with education that uplifts and transforms hearts and minds!
Today's podcast is focusing on what employers can and are doing to integrate mental health initiatives into the workplace and the challenges that these can also bring.
We are speaking to Zoe Sinclair - the owner of Employees matter & Co-founder of This Can Happen, an award winning Mental Health Conference
Employees Matter specialises in providing seminars and initiatives for employee networks. They are dedicated to delivering information from experts to assist employees in better managing the demands of both their personal and professional lives.
This Can Happen is an innovative and solutions-led conference for companies who recognise that staff need support to deal with mental health issues affecting them, their colleagues or their families.
This Can Happen returns on 25th November, attracting over 1,000 delegates from 150+ companies to share, learn and discuss the solutions for dealing with workplace mental health.
Today’s podcast is on women's health- specifically PERIODS
The reason I am creating a series on periods is that I have found within workplace environments that if you have an issue with you periods you simply have to carry on as normal and are way to embarrassed to mention it.
For centuries, there has been a stigma surrounding periods: Periods are still in many cases a taboo, so Moody Month is here to change that.
Founded by Amy Thomson, Moody Month is a mood and hormone cycle tracker designed to help women better understand their bodies, filling the void of female produced, female-focused technology. The tech company built by women, for women, was created with the idea that our moods should not be suppressed or seen as a taboo, therefore reclaiming what it is to be “moody.”
We have the pleasure of speaking with Becks Armstrong the Founder of Clarity.
Becks has created a mediation app with an emphasis on addressing symptoms of menopause through the power of breath and mindfulness,
She has worked for many years in women's health and is on a mission to change the conversation and experience for women over 40 - specifically for this group of women because they are so often forgotten.
The Clarity app features specific content and mindfulness practices for situations that may arise in menopause like hot flushes, sleeplessness, night sweats and improving a low libido. Such exercises improve the quality of life for users – from better mental health, relationships to performance in the workplace.