How do you feel, in yourself? The pandemic had a profound effect on the lives of people everywhere, and its impact on our health and wellbeing is rightly a hot topic for discussion.
Join the community for a soothing panel about physical and mental wellness, which will hopefully leave you with practical advice and ideas for boosting your own wellbeing at work and at home.
We’ll discuss the benefits of keeping active and how keeping physically fit boosts your mental health, as well as the rise of mindfulness practices and where to begin when you need to relax and de-stress.
Sheyamali Sudesh (they/she)
Sheyamali works at The Line Art Walk as Engagement Coordinator. They coordinate and deliver various engagement programmes, working predominantly with community groups and local schools. One of the programmes they deliver and coordinate are well-being walks on the route of The Line.
Mike Mair (he/him)
Mike’s a 36-year-old fitness enthusiast and techno music producer hailing from Aberdeen, Scotland, currently residing in London. He holds a degree in Structural Engineering, and has a career in subsea installation engineering and management. An entrepreneur at heart his engineering and passion for fitness have come together in his latest venture PT Pods, mini personal gyms that can be located, booked and accessed via the app.
The most important reason for exercise in his opinion is mental health, staying in shape comes a close second. Anxiety, depression, generally feeling low can all be improved with exercise. From an hr long HIIT session to simply walking around the block, it will improve how you feel.
Bookings are closed for this event.