Women of the 21st Century: Stop Surviving - Start Thriving
Saturday 30th January 2016 - 9:00 am to 4.00pm at the Tabernacle, Notting Hill
We’re committed to getting London moving! Our goal is simple – to get 1 million people healthy over the next two years.
Each minute 73 people die of cancer and heart disease worldwide. By simply engaging in high intensity exercise for 30 minutes three times a week, you’ve halved that risk.
Every year since 2012 we’ve funded over £20,000 to provide 200 free boot camps for more than 15,000 people. Following this great success, we are ready for the next step – join us in our first event aimed exclusively at women on the 30th January at the Tabernacle in Notting Hill, London.
We are a team of doctors passionate about empowering individuals to promote their health and help prevent disease; we’ll talk you through how fitness, lifestyle, mind-set and even sex can impact your wellbeing (read more: "Find Your Posture & Change Your Life").
Celebrated designer Julian Macdonald will be speaking on the profound effect that nutrition and exercise have had on his mind, body and business. We will finish with some inspirational career insights from renowned Professor Alex Edmans.
We want to inspire change and put wellbeing back in your hands – join us for this event to boost your health, your relationship and career.
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John Bell & Croyden of Wigmore Street has been looking after London’s health and wellbeing for over 200 years and has recently undergone a major refit. Steeped in history, this business can be traced back to 1798.
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