The Live Life Well Virtual Weekender 2.0 runs from the 11-13 September and has everything you need to find your footing once again in our ‘new normal’
As we move into the final quarter of 2020, Alexandra Davison and Lottie Keble-Wyatt, the duo behind the inaugural Live Life Well Festival in May this year, are bringing together a plethora of experts once again, to share their advice, professional wisdom and actionable ideas for living healthier, happier lives as part of the upcoming Live Life Well Virtual Weekender 2.0 (11-13 September).
See the full programme and book tickets.
Speakers include the wonderful GP, BBC broadcaster and wellbeing campaigner Dr Radha Modgil, The One Show’s Kevin Duala, founder of #EntryLevelBoss Alexa Shoen, sex and relationship expert Tracey Cox, author, blogger and creative consultant Uju Askia, motivational speaker and female empowerment leader Kemi Nekvapil, and presenter and mentor Johnny Nelson.
The programme includes
Psychologist and Yoga Teacher Suzy Reading will discuss her thoughts on Self Care for Tough Times while Dr Aaron Balick and Dr Claudia Herbert explore the psychological impact of COVID-19 in This Too Shall Pass.
Steph Peltier shares the science backed strategy around how you can find happiness in your life in The No Bullshit Guide to Finding Your Happy.
Uju Asika, a multiple award-nominated blogger, screenwriter and creative consultant, addresses in her new book, Bringing Up Race: How to Raise a Kind Child in a Prejudiced World.
Natalie Costa, child psychologist, and parenting mental health campaigner Suzanne Alderson explore the pressures on children and worries for parents, and how to safeguard your children from difficult times ahead in A Strong Return To School Life For our Children.
Leading relationship expert Tracey Cox talks about everything from the highs and lows of lockdown sex, dating in uncertain times and finding lasting love, to marriage conflict and relationship struggles in Relationship Dynamics in a Pressure Cooker.
Employment and managing financial changes are addressed by Alexa Shoen in How To Cope With Redundancy, and Clever With Your Cash founder Andy Webb, financial wellbeing expert Darren Laverty and Money Mindset coach Cat Plummer will show you How to Beat the Money Blocks.
And much, much more…
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As we prepare ourselves to head into a new week, we wanted to give you a little spark of pre- Monday Motivation and share another of our wonderful speakers ahead of the Live Life Well Weekender. Introducing international motivational speaker, coach and author Kemi Nekvapil @keminekvapil , who will be talking ‘Meaningful Goals for Fragile Times’ – to leave you feeling empowered to fill your own potential even in these uncertain times. ⠀ . ⠀ Kemi has worked in the wellness industry for 25 years. Having studied leadership and purpose at The Gross National Happiness Centre in Bhutan, trained as a yoga teacher in India with a 23-year yoga and meditation practice, Kemi understands there is a process for meaningful, connection to ourselves, our work, our families and communities. ⠀ . ⠀ Today, Kemi speaks all over the world giving powerful and inspiring wisdom that will help you to shape your life and career, and we are thrilled she will be joining us on Friday 11th September LIVE from Australia. ⠀ . ⠀ This is not one to miss if you’re looking for a little career and self-guidance help and support so BOOK your tickets today via www.livelifewell.uk – apply for FREE tickets if you qualify – limited spaces available. ⠀ . ⠀ #workplacewellbeing #wellness #lifestyle #wellbeing #insight #inspiration #goalsetting #goals #lifegoals #workgoals #impostersyndrome #careersupport #careercoach #author #speaker
In addition to the broad range of expert talks, attendees can also take part in morning workouts to get the blood pumping – with barre, bodyweight boxing, huddle Hiit and much more on offer.
Get your tickets, support others
This fantastic festival is a not for profit event, and a nominal fee of just £12 per household provides unlimited access to the entire programme of content.
What’s more, free tickets are available for all frontline and key workers, school, university and college students and those who are unemployed or on low incomes.